Tourists witness return of 'UFOs' at Northern Territory, Australia

Northern Territory News

September 21, 2009 07:58am


A black object thought to be a UFO in the sky at the Northern Territory. Picture: Alan Ferguson

UNIDENTIFIED flying objects have returned to a famous Territory hot spot.

Workers and tourists at the Wycliffe Well Holiday Park reported seeing strange lights hovering in the night

Park employee Julie Zanker, 36, said she walked outside on Thursday night and was amazed at what she saw, the Northern Territory News reports.

”We were looking at the sky and there was a white light with red and blue flashing lights around it,” she said.

”It was just sitting there, hovering. It definitely wasn't a plane or a helicopter.”

She said about eight people – staff and tourists – witnessed the strange lights hovering in the night sky.

Ms Zanker said that the scene became even more remarkable shortly later in the evening.

”I went out for a cigarette and there were about 10 of them up there,” she said.

”They were all white with red and blue flashing lights.”

Wycliffe Well, about 380km north of Alice Springs, is a renowned UFO hot spot.

Holiday Park owner Lew Farkas claims to have seen more than 30 UFOs in his time.

Read more at the Northern Territory News.

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