Part 1: Highest Strangeness UFO Cases in Scotland

“The witnesses said the small, grey beings were taking boxes and cylinders towards a triangle-shaped craft in the woods, not towards the light beams that were coming up from the ground further back in the woods.”

- Malcolm Robinson, Author, UFO Case Files of Scotland

 In central Scotland where the Firth of Forth bay joins the North Sea, the county of Fife north of Edinburgh (top right red circle) and the small village of Freuchie near Glenrothes was the location of a highly strange encounter with dozens of small, grey non-human beings and a triangular craft on September 23, 1996. Four years before on August 17, 1992, southwest of Edinburgh on the A70 near Harperrig Reservoir near a small town called Tarbrax (bottom circle), two men in a car encountered a disc over the road and lost 90 minutes of time. Residents in the region associate high strangeness phenomena with Bonnybridge (green circle) south of Stirling where UFO investigator Malcolm Robinson grew up and founded Strange Phenomena Investigations (SPI).
In central Scotland where the Firth of Forth bay joins the North Sea, the county of Fife north of Edinburgh (top right red circle) and the small village of Freuchie near Glenrothes was the location of a highly strange encounter with dozens of small, grey non-human beings and a triangular craft on September 23, 1996. Four years before on August 17, 1992, southwest of Edinburgh on the A70 near Harperrig Reservoir near a small town called Tarbrax (bottom circle), two men in a car encountered a disc over the road and lost 90 minutes of time. Residents in the region associate high strangeness phenomena with Bonnybridge (green circle) south of Stirling where UFO investigator Malcolm Robinson grew up and founded Strange Phenomena Investigations (SPI).
Freuchie, Fife County, Scotland, and Falkland Hill.
Freuchie, Fife County, Scotland, and Falkland Hill.

January 28, 2010  London, England - When Malcolm Robinson, now 52, was a young boy in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, he was curious about legends of ghosts and other unusual phenomena. By 18, he wanted hard answers - were ghosts and UFOs real? Malcolm started contacting police, airports, local flying clubs and other authorities about times and dates of specific UFO reports to see if there were logical human explanations for what people said they were seeing.

 

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