This page is where we share stories from locals of confirmed UAP sightings (in order to submit, you must send us a picture of the UAP and the story, however, the picture will not be shared here). If you’ve seen a UAP recently, make sure to get in contact with us. Absolutely no trolls.
I was going for a walk the other day with my wife and our pet staffy, through the hills of North Sydney. That was when I saw a bright flash of light in the sky and a strange dish-like object hovering over us (picture attached to this email). Suffice it to say that I was incredibly distressed by this, especially after the recent announcement by the government that UAPs are real. Obviously we went straight home and locked the doors. That night, when I went to sleep, I swore I could hear the sound of livestock being abducted. Local farmers beware.
So yeah I was like totally out on the playground at school when I heard this weird noise coming from the oval. I don’t like going there because that’s where all the sporty kids hand out and they like to take my lunch money and stuff. But I decided to go have a look anyway. When I got there, the oval was completely empty. I’d never seen it like that during lunchtime. I looked up at the sky and saw a flash of silver, faster than a plane, and then it was gone. Fortunately, I managed to get a photo of it. You gotta believe me, man! And now all those kids have gone missing. There’s something really weird going on around here.
I’ve been closely observing the skies almost my entire life, ever since I got a high-powered telescope for my first birthday. In that time I’ve made countless star charts and maps. I know exactly where every star, planet, satellite and plane is going to be above North Sydney at any given time. That’s why I knew something was wrong last night when I saw a new glimmer in the sky. It was slightly faster than a satellite and matched no previous data on my charts. I took a photo but unfortunately, it’s quite blurry because it’s hard to take a photo through a telescope lens. I’m absolutely certain it was a UAP, though.