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Residents seek help after Alien spacecraft spotted spying on beachgoers

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By Mirror | Feb 23rd 2015 | 1 min read

Cornwall: A mysterious alien object has been snapped in the skies above Cornwall.

The UFO was caught on camera above a beach in Bude on Tuesday.

Now experts want help identifying the strange aerial craft.

Dave Gillham, founder of the Cornwall UFO group, told the West Briton : "It looks triangular - but I have no idea what it is.”

Until December 2009, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) had a dedicated line for people to report UFOs, but ditched it to save money for other things.

A statement read: “The MOD has no opinion on the existence or otherwise of extra-terrestrial life. However, in over 50 years, no UFO report has revealed any evidence of a potential threat to the UK. MOD will no longer respond to reported UFO sightings or investigate them.”

Now UFO data is collected by independent organisations such as the British UFO Research Association or UK UFO.

John Wickham, from BUFORA said: “Since the MOD line has shut, we have seen a massive increase in calls. Most things can be explained with a little bit of research, although if it’s a military craft the MOD are happy to call it a UFO to keep their secrets. But we always respect everyone’s beliefs.”

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