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Mysterious object in night sky

Korinne Stewart's photo.
Korinne Stewart's photo.

“THERE has got to be something out there,” Lismore woman Korrinne Stewart said after capturing with her camera a mysterious object in the night sky at Evans Head.

There have been several reports from around the region of mysterious bright lights in the skies in recent weeks.

Ms Stewart contacted our sister paper The Northern Star after reading a report about a UFO sighting by two Evans Head men.

The men were on their way home from the pub when they saw moon-like objects in the sky.

They were the same size and brightness as a crescent moon, but vertical.

Ms Stewart was fishing at Evans Head the week before when she began taking photographs of the moon.

Some time after 10.30pm a strange object, which she could only see through the lens of her camera, appeared beside the moon.

Ms Stewart said she did not know if what she had captured was a UFO.

“I thought it might have been some kind of shadow,” she said.

Ms Stewart said she had taken photos of the moon earlier that night in Ballina, but the object did not appear in any of those images.



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