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6:01am 16th October 2013

Is this proof aliens are watching Cornwall?

A holidaymaker has snapped what appears to be two UFOs, hovering above a Newquay beach.

Tourist Guy Lucas did not notice anything unusual until he got home and checked his snaps of Fistral.

He told Pirate FM: "I read that a local shopkeeper had captured a beam of light shooting up from the water in the harbour. So with that and the images I've captured I'd like to think there's something a bit more exciting than just a speck of dust or the reflection of a light.

"For all of our future trips we will definitely be taking much more notice of the skies above Newquay. Who knows - we might see something else in the future.

"Do I believe there is life out there? After this weekend, most definitely."

UFOs above Newquay?

6:01am 16th October 2013

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