Results from forensic analysis have returned, and it appears that collision with a UFO has been ruled out in the destruction of a wind turbine near Lincolnshire, England, last month.
The news had initially broken in the area Louth Leader who reported that several locals had seen “strange lights in the sky in the vicinity of the wind park.” Now, the turbine component manufacturer, Enercon, has today announced that collision with any sort of flying craft is no longer a possible cause. According to Enercon, bolts securing the blade to the hub of the turbine failed as a result of what they called ‘material fatigue’, citing that the samples had “exhibited classic signs” of such.
So perhaps the official explanation removes strange flying craft from the situation as a genuine cause for the ruined turbine. However, what are we to make of witness reports around the time, which describe these brilliant “octopoid” manifestations in the area? Even if the destruction of the turbine itself has become a coincidental event in the midst of the UFO sightings that were being reported, this certainly doesn’t mean that they can be removed from the investigation altogether; merely removed from any official relation to the windmill accident. The sightings of anomalous lights within the vicinity remain, and their cause, at present, remains unexplained.