A person living in Erith is convinced that they have supernatural footage of a UFO lighting up the sky filmed from their flat window.

The video shows a bright blue light hovering at the top of a nearby building and was recorded on Saturday, March 4.

In the video, the light appears to be projecting moving blue spots of light onto the sky, giving the appearance of a UFO.

The resident said: “I looked off of my balcony on Saturday evening and saw lots of repetitive moving lights in the sky!

“I do believe in aliens and things like that, so there’s a possibility of them being something to do with UFOs.”

The video was recorded at night meaning that these lights can be seen clearly against the dark sky.

The light in the video looks as if it is a circular shape.

According to the organization UFO Identified, a total of 497 UFO sightings have been reported across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland in 2022.

In comparison, there were 465 sightings in 2020 and 413 in 2021, which means that people saw more unexplained phenomena last year than they previously had.

In fact, there has been an increase in sightings across all countries, with the exception of Northern Ireland.

UFO Identified said: “The most likely time to spot a UFO is between 9 pm and 10 pm and on Saturdays.

“This specific timing could be explained by the fact that most people work during the day, from Monday to Friday.

“Consequently, they only have time to watch the skies in the evenings and at weekends. Also, satellites, drones, and other objects that blink or have any sort of lights are much more visible at night.

“Data also show that the regions where the most UFO sightings were reported in 2022 were the South East with 75 reports, the North West with 68 reports, and the South West with 60 reports.

“The highest number of UFO sightings in 2022 were reported in Greater Manchester – a total of 26 reports described either UFOs or UAPs.

“Greater London ranks second with 20 reports, followed by Lancashire and Hampshire where 19 sightings were reported in each county.

“Another 17 sightings were reported in the West Midlands, as well as 15 in Cheshire.

“The counties of Essex, Somerset, and Staffordshire follow with 14 cases each.”

UFO Identified also found that the most commonly reported shape of a UFO was that of a star, as described by 126 reports.

There were 80 reports of an orb shape and 55 reports of a circular shape.