ALIEN UFO SHOCK: Crystal clear flying saucer captured on camera by father and son

The two amazing pictures of the circular metallic-looking object were snapped by father and son Roy and Ralph Keane when they were in their back garden in Kilsyth, Melbourne, Australia.

The pair sent them to veteran British UFO investigator Philip Mantle to examine.

A letter alongside the snaps read: “The darker picture was hurriedly taken at approximately 1pm using an incorrect light setting during overcast weather conditions.

“The other photo was taken at approximately 1.30pm after the camera setting had been adjusted to obtain a lighter picture and, by that time, the weather had greatly improved.”

They said that each time it was photographed, it appeared to move on a trajectory to their right as they looked up.

The father and son added: “Almost immediately after each picture was taken, the flying object seemed to momentarily hover, then dip and move to the left.”

Eventually it disappeared behind trees.

Mr Mantle, who is retiring from the UFO conference scene, has revealed the images as part of an upcoming talk on his most memorable cases.

He said: “UFO photographs worth further study are rare but to receive such photographs from the other side of the world was a first for me.

The expert enhanced the pictures to look for any evidence of a hoax.

His report said: “Using extreme gamma adjustments and edge detection algorithms – no supporting wires or other linear edge features were found… so the object is not suspended by wire – as the cloud contrast is good, this would have been found.

“This does appear to be a solid reflective object that is unsupported in mid-air.

“Due to the high shutter speeds used, it may well be moving at reasonable speed without any discernible image blurring.”

Mr Mantle had an associate photography expert Winston Keech examine the pictures.

He said Mr Keech prepared a report that ruled out the objects being hung from strings.

The expert enhanced the pictures to look for any evidence of a hoax.

His report said: “Using extreme gamma adjustments and edge detection algorithms – no supporting wires or other linear edge features were found… so the object is not suspended by wire – as the cloud contrast is good, this would have been found.

“This does appear to be a solid reflective object that is unsupported in mid-air.

“Due to the high shutter speeds used, it may well be moving at reasonable speed without any discernible image blurring.”

Mr Mantle will recount this and a number of other UFO cases at the Outer Limits Magazine UFO conference in Hull on September 9.

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