UFO Transformation from Lights to Disk in U.K.?

“The photos appear to be legit — no photoshopping or other manipulation.” – Photoshop Expert, San Francisco, California

Castletown, England, is about 30 miles southeast of Manchester.
Castletown, England, is about 30 miles southeast of Manchester. Ian Church and his wife on August 7, 2018, at 11:51 AM were driving through Winnats Pass toward the Blue John Cavern beyond their home in Castletown.

 

August 21, 2018  Castletown, England – On August 17, 2018, Ian Church in the U. K. sent me the following email with four image attachments. They were out of order in sequence shot and I have ordered them correctly by camera number/date as noted below each image.

From:  Ian Church <[email protected]>
To:  Linda Moulton Howe <[email protected]>
Re:  UFO pictures at Winnats Pass, Castletown, England
Date:  August 17, 2018

Hi
Please find attached 4 photos I took while me and my family were driving thru Winnats pass en-route to the Blue John Mine near Castleton in the Peak District National Park of England southeast of Manchester on the 7th Aug 2018 at 11.51am.

The sequence starts with the two pictures (20180807_115138.jpg and 20180807_115139.jpg) with light flashes on the right.

Next is the picture with a faint ‘haze’ or distortion where the flashes were. The last shows an object that when zoomed in, looks (in my opinion) solid in the middle and like something is spinning on the outer rim of the object. These were taken by myself while my wife was driving at approx 25-30 mph. I wanted pictures of the pass and didn’t expect anything of this nature to be in them.

It could be nothing but my camera flash was off and although these were taken thru my windscreen using my Samsung S9, which is brand new with no defects there are no blemishes in the area of the screen where the flashes/object are.

If you have any questions regarding these pictures please feel free to get in touch.

Kind regards, 
Ian Church

Image 0138 taken at 11:51 AM local time on August 7, 2018, at Winnats Pass enroute to the Blue John Mine near Castleton, England, by Ian Church.
Image 20180807_115138.jpg  taken at 11:51 AM local time on August 7, 2018, at Winnats Pass enroute to the Blue John Mine near Castleton, England, by Ian Church.
Image 20180807_115139.jpg  taken at 11:51 AM local time on August 7, 2018, at Winnats Pass enroute to the Blue John Mine near Castleton, England, by Ian Church.
Image 20180807_115139.jpg  taken at 11:51 AM local time on August 7, 2018, at Winnats Pass enroute to the Blue John Mine near Castleton, England, by Ian Church.
Image 20180807_115141.jpg  taken at 11:51 AM local time on August 7, 2018, at Winnats Pass enroute to the Blue John Mine near Castleton, England, by Ian Church.
Image 20180807_115141.jpg  taken at 11:51 AM local time on August 7, 2018, at Winnats Pass enroute to the Blue John Mine near Castleton, England, by Ian Church.
Image 20180807_115144.jpg  taken at 11:51 AM local time on August 7, 2018, at Winnats Pass enroute to the Blue John Mine near Castleton, England, by Ian Church.
Image 20180807_115144.jpg  taken at 11:51 AM local time on August 7, 2018, at Winnats Pass enroute to the Blue John Mine near Castleton, England, by Ian Church.


Feedback from Photoshop Expert and Retired U. S. Navy Captain

On August 18, 2018, I sent an inquiry to a Photoshop expert in San Francisco and to retired U. S. Navy Captain Mark Wood, who has helped Earthfiles on several military-related reports. The following in order are the comments I received from each, beginning with the Photoshop expert, who asked that his name be withheld.

Feedback # 1 from Photoshop Expert

Hi, Linda…

These do look anomalous to me for a number of reasons.

The photos appear to be legit — no photoshopping or other manipulation. The timestamps and filenames show that the first two photos (with the bright lights) were taken one second apart. The third (with nothing seen at all except a wispy cloud or haze) was taken two seconds later, and the fourth (with the blurry oval and no wispy cloud) three seconds after the third.

A similar light phenomenon can sometimes be caused by reflections from airplane wings when the plane is making a tight turn or flying at a certain angle to the sun. But I think we can rule that out in this case because the third photo shows no trace of an aircraft or object of any kind, and the “flares” above and below the lights seem to be integral to the lights rather than optical artifacts. (I’m judging this by the shape of the residual wispy cloud in the third shot.)

The blurry oval in the fourth shot is interesting.  The blur isn’t caused by camera motion — the camera’s shutter speed is over 1/1000 sec, and the landscape features are very sharply defined. So the blurry object’s oval shape could be its actual shape or it might be round or spherical, with the oval appearance being cause by some diagonal motion.

Photoshop Expert: "The blur isn't caused by camera motion -- the camera's shutter speed is over 1/1000 sec, and the landscape features are very sharply defined."
Photoshop Expert: “The blur isn’t caused by camera motion — the camera’s shutter speed is over 1/1000 sec, and the landscape features are very sharply defined.”

AP/UFO phasing frequencies from point-to-point travel to here from the “cloud” phase first, then to light and then to a craft?

I’m reluctant to jump from observations to particular conclusions, but I can say with high confidence is that these photos haven’t been faked and that I can’t explain what I see in conventional terms. (Also, the “cloud” phase is seen in the third photo — the two photos with the lights are the first ones taken).

So I am virtually certain that these photos represent a genuine anomaly. Whether the object is a craft, a critter, or something for which we have no language or concepts, I can’t say!

Mark, what say ye?


Feedback # 2 from Retired U.S. Navy Captain Mark Wood

Mark Wood, now 69, is a retired Navy Captain with a quarter century of skills as a U. S. Navy airborne navigation, search and rescue and anti-submarine warfare experiencer. Mark graduated in 1971 from Georgia Tech in Atlanta with a Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Aerospace Engineering. The next year he trained as an overwater navigator qualified in celestial navigation and after being designated as a Naval Flight Officer was assigned to a U. S. Navy P-3C squadron at Moffett Field in California. For the next twenty-five years, Mark flew over 3,000 flight hours in three P-3 squadrons as a mission commander and tactical coordinator ultimately becoming both an Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of two U. S. Naval Air Reserve units.  After earning a Master’s Degree in Ocean Engineering, Mark spent over seven years involved with the design, installation and repair of a variety of U. S. Navy submarine towed array sonars, U. S. Navy fixed array sonars and deep water remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). He has also been on the faculty of Florida Atlantic University where he taught ocean engineering and underwater sound and served as the staff engineer at the Florida Institute of Oceanography.

On Aug 20, 2018, Mark Wood <[email protected]> wrote:

Linda – since I don’t have the technical image analysis experience or equipment that many people have, I typically tend to view things with my eyes to see if something appears out of place. So in viewing the 4 photographs you were forwarded by the gentleman in England, here is what I did.

1. I wanted to be able to look at the key areas of all four photos at the same time since it was obvious that the anomalies had moved slightly both horizontally and vertically from the Image 1.

2. First, I looked at each the 4 images at the bottom of the windshield where I could see objects on the ground (rocks, curbs, plants) on both sides of the car. Since these objects were different, or in different locations, it was obvious that during the three seconds it took to shoot the 4 photos, the car was in fact moving. However it didn’t move far enough between Image 1 and Image 2 to change the perspective of the car with the far ridge line below the anomalies. It is also obvious when looking at the road between Image 1 and Image 2 that the car had not yet reached the curve in the road and was moving pretty much in a straight line between the first 2 images.

3. I then viewed each photo in MS Paint and zoomed in 3 steps using the +Zoom and then cropped each photo
to be able to include the ridge line features and the anomalies trying to keep those features as identical as possible in size and position so any relative motion between the anomalies could be detected.

4. I then pasted the zoomed and cropped images into a Power Point slide and saved the 4 images together as a single jpeg which I have attached immediately below.

5. In the first image we see the pixelated bright spots with a large cloud-like mist surrounding the bright lights. What is also obvious is that the anomaly seems to be further to the right of the ridge line than image number two. It seems that the anomaly in image number two has made a significant translation to the left and slightly below the anomaly seen in the first image.

6. I had originally assumed from looking at the first and second images in their original size that the anomaly was identical in both images, which might indicate it was pasted into the photos but not very carefully. However, upon looking at the zoomed image 2, it is apparent that there is some minor relative movement between the two bright spots when the anomaly is compared to the zoomed image 1. It appears the bright spots are slightly closer together which implies that Image 2 is further away than Image 1. Also the anomaly in the zoomed image 2 has translated to the left when referenced to the ridge line and also appears to be a little lower. It also appears to be a little closer to the horizontal position relative to the ridge line of the misty looking cloud in image 3.

7. In the third image it is obvious that there is some type of narrow vertical cloud like or mist like image above the ridge and the two bright lights are no longer present. If in fact there is something real happening in these photographs then this small misty looking vertical could be a change in the physical environment caused by whatever it is we are watching happen, either a change in pressure or temperature resulting from the disappearance of the bright lights or some other change in the immediate environment related to the disappearance of the bright lights, i.e. in blinking out in just 2 seconds from the time the first image was taken.

8. Finally in image 4 we can see the brown circular looking object which shows no sign of a residual cloud-like mist. However it appears to be approximately the same height above the ridge line as the image in two and behind and higher than image 2 and closer to where the bright lights in image 1 were seen. Is it possible that this is some type of heat effect related to the speed of the motion of the bright lights or possibly the remains of an exhaust “puff”. It surely looks more like a brown sooty cloud than a hard metal object.

9. Since the images when viewed at the bottom of the windshield confirm movement of the vehicle during the 3 seconds the photos were taken, and that the perspective of the features of the ridge line were of sufficient distance from the car to be the same in images one and two and pretty similar to the images in three and four, I don’t think these were images added or pasted in after the fact. I think if someone had faked this they would have been very careful to have all four images of the anomaly remain in the same relative position to the ridge features. This is obviously not the case because there are relative position changes between the four images. However if what we are looking at is real, I have no earthly or unearthly idea of what we are looking at. So the possibility that we are looking at something “blink” in from another dimension or time period is just as good a theory as anything else.

10. In regard to this possibility, now look at the position of the four images where we reference all of them to the peak on the ridge line with the yellow cross. If obvious that there is movement from 1 to 2 to 3 from right to left and down at what appears to be a very high speed. And since image 4 was taken a second behind the misty cloud of image 3, and it is closer to image 1 than anything else, is it possible we are looking at some type of “puff” of sooty discharge or heat energy effect of the “blink out”. Your guess is as good as mine. Hope this analysis is of some help in your review.

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Websites:

The Majestic Documents:  http://www.majesticdocuments.com

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