"This amazing piece of footage was shot at night above Overton, Basingstoke, Hampshire, United Kingdom 28/09/09. From his lounge window, witness Derek Bridges saw a strange lightform take-off from a nearby farm field when he rushed to grab his handicam in the bedroom and began filming the episode as soon as he could from his window. Apart from the little crescent of houses that you can see at the beginning of the film, and some residential roads to the left of where he lives, Overton is very rural and is comprised of a huge farming complex which contains many field animals including bison, cows, horses and sheep. What caught Derek's attention is that usually this area is extremely dark and these lights were most unusual indeed. \r\n
\r\nAt first, he wasn't sure exactly what he was zooming-in on, but realised after a while that this was a glowing, hovering object of some sort with what appeared to be a farm animal being hauled upwards into the lightform, before it vanished from sight.
\r\nLook closely and you can even see the poor creature wriggling! There was no noise or flashing lights coming from the aerial object, yet a strange 'trilling' sound is audible on the resulting video, similar to that which is sometimes heard inside crop circles, or just before one is is formed... Witness reports that next day state that there was quite a bit of helicopter activity over this area...as if they were searching for something. The farmland over which this was filmed contains water buffalo, one of the largest herds in the UK. There are no streetlamps or pylons in or near these fields...usually the scene at night there is one of total darkness. This footage is absolutely genuine, (I will stake my reputation on it as Chairman of BEAMS), and it has nothing whatsoever to do with CGI. The witness is nearly 70 years old, doesn't own a PC and knows nothing about them,...neither does he WANT to know anything about them! Nor is this Chinese lanterns! ...
Ken (BEAMS Chairman)"\r\n
Thanks to B.E.A.M.S. for this intriguing video and report! For updates as the investigation continues, please visit their web site: http://www.beamsinvestigations.org.uk/Overton,%20Basingstoke,%20Hampshire,%2028.09.09.htm \r\n
(LTP Editor's Note: The "trilling" noise can be the sound of the video camera's own motor. With the camcorder pressed up against the glass of the window and the camera's sensitive built-in microphones located on the front of the camcorder, the camcorder's motor noise can reflect back into the microphone. I've experienced this myself and reproduced similar results. ~ James Peters)