For forty years it's been a mystery in the small Welsh town of Broad Haven.
A yellow, cigar shaped craft is believed to have landed in a field next to Broadhaven Primary School.
A group of 14 children playing football saw the craft and a silver creature. 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. The headmaster asked the children to draw the craft, and he was surprised how similar the drawings were.
One of the pupils, David Davies, still clearly remembers what the craft he saw looked like:
It was pearlescent silver grey, approximately 40' long, torpedo, cigar shaped, with an upper domed section that covered the central third of the vehicle which was topped with red pulsating light.
But the sightings weren't just limited to the schoolchildren, and the area around Broad Haven soon became known for its UFO activity.
On February 17, 1977, the same craft was claimed to have been seen by some teachers at the school and by some dinner ladies, one of whom saw a creature make its way onto the craft.
On April 18, 1977, the owner of the Haven Fort Hotel in Little Haven claims to have seen an upside down saucer in a neighboring field with two humanoid creatures.
Many suspected that the military might have been involved, as there were a number of high security bases nearby.
Author Neil Spring recently attended a village meeting where they discussed new revelations that there had, in fact, been a military base nearby which could have been launching an experimental airplane.
However, members of that original 1977 class still maintain they saw a UFO.