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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Triangle UFO recorded over Dulce, New Mexico

This triangular-shaped formation was seen and recorded in the sky above Dulce in New Mexico on February 8, 2016.


Dubbed As The Best UFO Catch

An image of an extraordinary doughnut-shaped UFO has been considered as one of the world’s best-flying saucer on photos.

Argentinian media published pictures of the strange-looking object, which was allegedly captured on film unintentionally by a photographer who was taking pictures of the location.

The unknown camera operator is reportedly a professional, but the great apparent UFO capture has led to claims of a hoax.

The picture was taken last week with a mere intention of snapping the characteristics of the place. However, the photographer was surprised to spot an unidentified flying object in the picture.

The image was allegedly taken in the countryside of La Aurora, close to Daymán Salto, the area where multiple UFOs were sighted in the 1970s.

Some UFO enthusiasts dubbed it as one of the best doughnut UFOs ever caught on film. They believe it is an outstanding capture. The UFO appears to be round with an opening in its bottom that, according to UFO enthusiasts, goes to its top.

Some even claim that they can see the ring is made up of many small sides as the object’s shape is like an octagon doughnut.

But others think it is a hoax with poor photoshopping as it has conveniently been dropped into the top-right corner.
 
 

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

UFO over Las Vegas

Here's one new daytime footage of a slow craft flying over Las Vegas in Nevada.

What was that strange object that was flying really slow?


Monday, February 1, 2016

Amazing Video Shows Glowing UFOs Hover Over Skyscrapers

Mysterious objects were caught in a fascinating 5-minute video hovering and flying above Santiago, Chile. The video, titled Fantastic UFO sighting in Santiago, shows a girl becoming surprised by the sight of four glowing UFOs consisting of lights hovering high above skyscrapers.

The UFOs appear to be in a formation at the start before they each move away from the formation. The footage then cuts to eight singular balls of light floating in a circular motion.

It was posted to YouTube and has already got thousands of views. However, it gets divided opinion over whether it’s a hoax or an evidence of alien visitation.

One YouTube user says the footage is real, complete with pixel density and atmospheric flickering. Another one says that it could be real UFOs or military planes and helicopters.

Meanwhile, a believer says that those who are saying it is fake, need to get a life and come to reality.

Another skeptical user says that it is fake when the camera keeps going in and out of focus just like a Michael Bay movie.

Another one writes that he doesn’t think UFOs would use strobe warning lights, and they could be domestic aircraft.