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For forty years it's been a mystery in the small Welsh town of Broad Haven.
In 1977 a class of pupils at the local primary school rushed in from the playground, hearts pounding with fear.
They claimed to have seen a strange silver object hovering just beyond the playground.
The Headmaster, Ralph Llewellyn, thought their claims were just a practical joke.
But the pupils stuck to their story and even handed a petition in to the local police station demanding the incident be investigated.
One of the pupils, David Davies, still clearly remembers what the craft he saw looked like.
He told the Mirror: 'It was pearlescent silver-grey, approximately 40ft-long, torpedo, cigar-shaped, with an upper domed section that covered the central third of the vehicle which was topped with red pulsating light.'
The spookiest part of the story came when the headmaster decided he'd try to catch the children out.
He sat the classmates down, in exam conditions, and had them draw out the 'craft' they'd supposedly seen.
Remarkably, the drawings were near-identical.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4215534/The-story-class-claimed-seen-UFO.html