Bonnybridge is quite an unremarkable village in Scotland, a settlement with a population of just 6,000, its closest large town that of Falkirk.  

Its high street could be found anywhere in Britain, complete with an Indian restaurant, a Chinese takeaway, a Dominos, a Tesco Express and a Co-op.

There truly isn't anything overtly special about Bonnybridge apart from the fact that it averages around 300 UFO sightings every year.

This is more than anywhere else on the planet and has led to the area being referred to as 'The Falkirk Triangle', a nod to the ever-mysterious Bermuda Triangle thousands of miles away in the North Atlantic Ocean.

The widespread sightings began in the 1990s, and ever since, Bonnybridge has been plagued by a fear of the unknown.

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