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OK, so we're all pretty much agreed that UFOs exist these days, right?
Well, whether you believe in little green men being kept in a shadowy facility in New Mexico or not, there's definitely something going on - even the government of the USA has admitted it.
Maybe - just maybe - the visitors from another planet, if that is where they're coming from, aren't so different to us, and enjoy a lovely trip to the seaside as much as we do.
That's how student Matthew Evans might have come to spot one of their crafts hovering over the seafront at Teignmouth last week.
Evans, 36, noticed the brightly lit object floating in the sky while he was gazing out of his top floor flat last week, and managed to get his phone out quickly enough to snap a couple of shots of the unidentified flying object.
It consisted of four lights hovering in a triangular formation in the night sky, and - Evans claims - after hovering for a short amount of time, the lights whizzed away into the distance, leaving only questions behind.
The mature student said: "I couldn't help but see it.
"My kitchen window gives a great view of the sea so when it came across the horizon
"It wasn't moving like a plane would.
"It was moving a lot slower and went up and down for a bit before hovering a good ten seconds.
"It stayed in one spot long enough for me to pull out my phone and get those snaps."
Lucky that he did, because now we can all see what he saw, and debate whether the aliens really did turn up to Devon for the day.
He continued: "Then it quickly zoomed off at some speed and I couldn't see it anymore.
"The light was really bright.
"I just didn't know what it could be so I decided to take a picture.
"I'm not quite losing my marbles yet.
"But it's hard to place it so I suppose it is an unidentified flying object."
Well, it certainly fulfils the criteria, given that it is clearly a flying object and we've no idea what it was.
It may well have a logical explanation, but that's just not as much fun, is it?
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