RHONY’s Dorinda Medley Spots UFO in Berkshires

The Berkshires had its first celebrity UFO sighting over the holiday season. On December 28, outgoing Real Housewives of New York cast member Dorinda Medley posted video of something she could not identify in the sky over her southern Berkshire home.

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“Okay please don’t judge! Did anyone else, staying in the Berkshires, see this in the sky last night?” She wrote alongside the video (below).

“It lowered then hovered, then went upwards laterally. (Sorry for the bad quality but I was stunned).”

” FYI: @hannahdangerlynch saw it too!” She added.

Another local commenter chimed in to say that they had also seen the object overhead. Other commenters pointed out that it may have been a drone.

The Berkshires’ (long) history of UFO sightings have been getting a lot of attention, due to the 2019 inclusion of of one its more spurious sighting reports on the new Unsolved Mysteries.

At least in this instance, though, the witnesses didn’t wait over 40 years to report what they saw to someone.

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Author: Joe Durwin

Berkshire-based writer Joe Durwin's "These Mysterious Hills" has run on a semi-regular basis for over than a decade, first in the former Advocate Weekly (2004-2009) and iBerkshires.com (2010-2015), along with his local history column Sagas of the Shire. His work on lore and mysteries of the region has also been featured in Fate Magazine, Haunted Times, the North Adams Transcript, as well as William Shatner’s “Weird or What” on the SyFy Channel, Jeff Belanger's "New England Legends," MSG Films’ “Bennington Triangle,” and numerous other programs for public television and radio.

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