A bird-watcher believes he may have seen the same UFO spotted in Montrose last week.
Carole Coull contacted The Courier to report “the strangest thing she had ever seen” flying towards Montrose beach.
The apparent UFO sighting occurred at around 10am on Friday morning.
A self-confessed sceptic, Carole is aware there may well be an alternative explanation for the sighting, but remains baffled by what she saw.
Now a separate spotter has added fuel to the fire saying he, too, saw something in the sky he struggles to explain.
The man, who asked not to be named, says he was looking at the skyline above the V&A Museum on Tuesday afternoon when he spotted something “thin and oblong”.
He said: “I do a bit of bird watching so always carry a small pair of binoculars.
“I was looking towards the V&A when something caught my eye.
“I saw this very slow-moving object with white lights which were rotating round it.
“It looked as if it was flying from Fife towards Dundee.”
The spotter does not believe the object was either a plane or a drone, saying it was flying too high to be either.
“It had no distinguishing wings,” he said.
“It was a small thin oblong shape and it was definitely above the clouds.
“A jet flew past at the same time and it was lower down and left a vapour trail — this didn’t.
“It was a decent size.
“A drone I don’t think could go above the cloud base, so I don’t believe it was that.
“It disappeared and I stood for 20 minutes trying to catch sight of it again, but I didn’t see it again.”