Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Eerie footage has emerged of a possible UFO spotted over Cambridgeshire. The video shows a bright red light hovering in the sky and was captured this morning July 10 at roughly 3am. The light is accompanied by a high-pitched noise for 15 minutes, before sounding like a generator winding down. Max Tomlinson of Caxton Gibbet shot the footage in the fields surrounding Cambourne. It's summer and baking hot so I've had the window wide open in my room.
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History and architecture[ edit ] The spire of St Mary's church viewed from the west Whittlesey appears in the Cartularium Saxonicum A. Excavations of nearby Flag Fen indicate thriving local settlements as far back as BC. At Must Farm quarry, a Bronze Age settlement is described as "Britain's Pompeii " due to its relatively good condition. Roman artefacts have been recovered at nearby Eldernell,[ citation needed ] and a Roman skeleton was discovered in the nearby village of Eastrea during construction of its village hall in
Victor Watson , children's writer and academic, born in Littleport Andrew James Page , famous physicist, academician, member of London Institute of Physics World War II[ edit ] On 16 December , British double agent Eddie Chapman was flown on a mission to Britain by the Germans in a very fast and manoeuvrable small fighter plane, that took off from a forward Luftwaffe fighter station on the Dutch coast. The purpose of the mission was to monitor the accuracy of V. After following the bombs to London, Chapman's fighter rerouted to East Anglia to enable him to bail out over flat ground. The fighter had been specially converted for parachuting by German mechanics to enable his exit, as they had cut a small trap door in the floor. The low flying fighter was picked up by a British night-fighter and was attacked over the dropping zone.