The UFO Mystery Of The Welsh Triangle
n the 1970s, a Welsh seaside village found itself at the heart of one of the biggest UFO media “flaps” of all time.
Broad Haven, on the corner of St Bride’s Bay in Pembrokeshire, was the scene of several unexplained sightings of cigar-shaped flying machines. The most widely-reported incident involved 14 children from Broad Haven Primary School, who noticed a space ship parked in a field near their playground. They even sketched the object, as shown in the featured image above.
It was dubbed the Broad Church Triangle, the Welsh Triangle, and the Dyfed Triangle by various members of the press, with the Sun running the headline “Spaceman Mystery of the Terror Triangle.” One witness claimed to see two “humanoids” inside the strange craft.
The mystery has never been convulsively solved, although theories include local pranksters, that the aliens were local oil workers dressed in protective suits, and that the grounded space ship could have been a sewage tank.