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Kent skygazers have reported a series of unusual objects in the county's skies over the last few days.
The Paranormal Chronicles website, which specialises in sightings from around the UK, has been given two accounts of unusual objects in June.
In one, on June 7, the observer reports seeing two bright white lights over an un-named area of the county.
The report says they at first believed the lights were from an aircraft, but they had a blue hue around them.
This lasted for around 10 seconds.
The report adds: "I then noticed at the same elevation coming in from the south, another light. This light appeared to fly up toward the first light I had seen.
"The movements of this smaller one were on par with a fighter jet.
"I kept watching and I believed that it was a jet intercepting an aircraft which had taken off from Heathrow. I then saw movements from this smaller one, like nothing I have ever seen before.
"It was sporadic, extremely fast and in no way continued to resemble a fighter.
"I know that if it was a fighter, I would only be seeing these lights when the back of the aircraft would be facing my direction; i.e. seeing the afterburner.
"This light was constant; it looked like a fly in the way it could instantly change direction."
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The report said the speed at which the aircraft was going would have meant it was destroyed if it was an earthly object.
But, around five minutes later, the original light appeared - staying where it was in the sky, then going off altogether.
The sighting comes just two days after a similar reporting over Tunbridge Wells.
It was of a brilliant white light and two smaller objects - seen at around 11.10pm on Thursday, June 5.
It was around the same time as several sightings over Wales.
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