This case interests me especially because it's a local one from my home. Last Wednesday night the overcast sky was lit up by a bright blue blob of light, although I did not witness this personally. The blue light moved eastward from Bicester and Thame in Oxfordshire to
Several "rational explanations" have been proposed such as lights
from a train or a novelty spotlight from a party. An astronomer said:
"It's definitely not aliens!"... Aliens? Who said anything about
aliens? Another expert thought it might be landing lights from an aeroplane
coming into RAF Brize Norton, however no aircraft engine noise was heard. The
colour can apparently be explained by the filtering effect of the clouds,
turning the usual white lights blue. I've never seen that happen before and I'm
not sure normal clouds can do that. Source: http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/16139878.What_was_the_strange__blue_glow__moving_across_the_sky_last_night_/.
The strange thing is that the week before this happened somebody wrote to me to
tell me about a similar event in a distant part of the world. In the
the sky turned purple, see: https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/weird-news/681485/Alien-news-onlookers-terrified-by-purple-sky-Prince-purple-rain-camera-Philippines-video.
I don't know what this could be. Is it the aurora, caused by solar activity?
Maybe it's something to do with HAARP or chemtrails. Philippines
See here for background: https://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/oxford-martin-school-and-geoengineering.html.