The Echo has received a number of reports from people claiming to have seen 'bright orange lights' in the sky across Lincolnshire
Stargazers from across Lincolnshire have flooded the Echo with reports of strange, glowing objects in the skies.
Reported sightings have taken place from March 31 to April 6, at various points across Lincolnshire, including Spridlington, North Hykeham, Washingborough and Eagle.
The first report to the Echo came from Lenny Remzi, a 41-year-old disabled man from Sutton.
He explained that he was driving home with his friends from Mablethorpe, when he saw the mysterious orange light coming from Louth.
"Me and my mates were watching the skies at around 11pm on Sunday 4 April," he explained.
"We saw a bright orange light over Louth, going towards Mablethorpe.
"It was just an orange ball that came shooting overhead. An aeroplane went over the top of it while we were watching, so it definitely couldn't have been another plane.
"It stayed over Mablethorpe sea, and just hovered there.
"My mate thought it was a Chinese lantern at first, but it was flying much faster, and going on a level course. It overtook our car, so we stopped and watched it.
"There were no wing lights or anything, just a big, bright, orange one. It just hovered and shot off really fast - faster than any jets we'd seen.
"It didn't even make any noise - so we really don't know what this could have been."
The reports received by the Echo follow the same descriptions - a singular, bright orange or red light, floating across the sky silently, at a speed too fast to be considered an aeroplane, helicopter, or other earthly aircraft.