On Monday we reported that Andrew Cochran had seen a bright white and blue light off the coast of Cromer at around 8.30pm on Saturday, which appeared to rise into the sky and then flash green and red.
Then on Wednesday we reported that Vanda James had been woken up three times this week to see a “bright, golden light” hovering over the sea to the east of her home in Southtown, Great Yarmouth.
The 53-year-old first spotted the light in the early hours of Sunday morning and then again on Monday and Tuesday.
Ms James said she was home alone each time the UFO appeared but was so compelled by what she saw she listed her encounters on a website for UK-wide UFO sightings.
Both stories have provoked some lively discussion about these sightings and UFO sightings in general.
Leaving a comment at the bottom of the Great Yarmouth story, neil298 was not convinced by the claims, simply saying: “No she didn’t cos UFOs don’t exist.”
Cyril The Canary was more diplomatic in his response however, saying: “Don’t be silly neil298, people are always seeing things flying in the sky that they cannot identify.
“They are inevitably clouds, birds, aircraft, meteors, planets, weather balloons, satellites, fireworks, flares, Chinese lanterns et al.
“But because the people who see these things don’t know what they are, the phenomena are, by that very fact, Unidentified Flying Objects!”