Christian Nash is pictured with his night vision goggles. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY
The founder of a unidentified flying object (UFO) watchgroup in Cromer is searching for answers after he claimed more than 50 objects appeared in a photograph he took of Norfolk’s skies.
Christian Nash, founder Ufo Cromer Watchgroup, is searching for answers after he claimed more than 50 objects appeared in a photograph he took of Norfolk’s skies. Picture: CHRISTIAN NASH
Christian Nash, of St Mary’s Road, started the group two years ago because of his “interest in the subject for a number of years”.
Since then he claims to have seen a number of unusual things, such as witnessing black triangles - a class of UFOs which have reportedly been observed from the 1940s to the present.
And earlier this month, while observing geoengineering - the production and use of subsurface earth resources - Mr Nash believes he discovered a number of objects within a photograph he took in Thorpe Market on July 8 at around 8.30pm.
“I was photographing chemtrails - the white lines planes leave behind,” he said. “The photo highlights over 50 UFOs surrounding aerosol disbursement.
““Obviously they could be anything. At the end of the day they are UFOs but that does not mean they are aliens.
“I’ve come across people taking pictures of geoengineering before and had other things come up in the pictures. For me, it was coincidence getting that picture and I think there is some sort of connection there, but it is down to people to decide.”
For more information or to join the group search Facebook for Ufo Cromer Watchgroup.