Leaving aside the strange assumption this witness makes–“The only thing that made me think it was fake was that it was wobbling a bit, and making a humming sound, like a microlight.” (What, it didn’t behave like a REAL alien vessel …? Seen lots of those before, have you …?)–tell me, how the heck do you disguise a microlight (I’m presuming an ultralight aircraft, in US terminology) as a 40-foot, seemingly solid flying saucer? Because either
(a) it was some non-conventional aircraft, not an ultralight, which is huge news
(b) it was an actual ultralight, just disguised as a flying saucer, which is cool. And I want one. (Either way, I want one, actually.) I’ll get a pilot’s license just so I can fly one.
(And try to keep discussion of 1920’s-style death rays to a bare minimum, please. This isn’t the place for it–we’re discussing a 1940s-style flying saucer.)