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A flying saucer seen by a guest house, a 7ft alien-like figure coming out of a hedge and a “cigar-shaped” UFO near a school yard.
These are just some of the 450 reported extraterrestrial encounters from one of the UK’s largest mass sightings in a remote Welsh village.
The village of Broad Haven has since been described as the “Bermuda Triangle” of mysterious craft sightings and sightings of strange beings.
Residents who reported these encounters across a single year in the late seventies have now told their story to the new Netflix documentary series ‘Encounters’, made by Steven Spielberg’s production company.
It all happened back in 1977, when the Cold War was at its height and Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind – Spielberg’s first science fiction blockbuster – dominated the box office.