Gatwick Airport drone could have been ALIEN UFO – shock claim after flight chaos

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Gatwick Airport drone could have been ALIEN UFO – shock claim after flight chaos

Around 1,000 flights were cancelled or diverted across three days after drones were spotted inside the perimeter of the UK's second biggest airport on December 19. The police are still on the hunt for whoever was flying the drones, but some believe it could have been extraterrestrial. With no leads, UFO hunters are calling for an investigation into alien interference.

Prominent conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring says a UFO using a cloaking device could be the cause of the chaos which has shrouded Gatwick this Christmas, and the reason why it has been so elusive.

Mr Waring wrote on his blog UFO Sightings Daily: “Here is an important question; were UFOs seen over the Gatwick Airport down played as drones to control the situation?

“I cannot find any photos of a drone or UFO over the Gatwick Airport, which is strange.

“I believe that people at the airport did not see the UFO. That it was only seen on radar zooming around the airport.

“That would cause them to panic, especially if it was cloaked causing them to panic from not being able to see it.”

However, this conspiracy theory has not deterred authorities who remain on the hunt for the culprits who flew the drone, or drones.

Gatwick Airport has offered a £50,000 reward, through Crimestoppers, and another £10,000 has been put up by the charity's chairman Lord Ashcroft to catch the culprits responsible for the chaos, which affected around 140,000 passengers.

Sussex Police admitted that they still do not know who is behind the drone disruption but were following up a "number of persons of interest".

They believe more than one individual and more than one drone are involved, with more than 50 sightings of the devices in 24 hours.

Sussex Police Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry said: "We are keeping all options open in terms of what the motivation might have been."

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