A clear daytime video showing three bright orbs of light hovering (or possibly sitting stationary on the ground or a mountain) being viewed by two witnesses through an airplane window has been uploaded to YouTube:
Strangely enough, TexasUFOs reported on a similar sighting that occurred not long after this one --- strange lights hovering near a plane over Houston --- but in that case, the lights vanished quickly:
Could these cases be related?
This is the first and only UFO video to be uploaded to this specific channel, and the supposed witness followed up with me with about the location they were traveling over. They were "going from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Oakland, California" and estimated they were probably flying over Northern Arizona at the time.
Pretty amazing footage! What do you think these airplane passengers witnessed? Could they just be viewing mundane building or ground lights from afar, seeing a strange reflection of sunlight, or could they be viewing something rather mysterious, perhaps even alien?
Share your theories in the comments below, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! As well, while you're here, make sure to browse all recent UFO sightings in Arizona.
A video showing a bright white orb or sphere gliding through the daytime sky, and seeming to reflect the sunlight, has surfaced on YouTube and has even been picked by local news outlets:
The witness suggests on-camera that they could be viewing a weather balloon, but otherwise don't know what they are looking at. What do you think? Is this a balloon, drone, or something else fairly mundane? Or could this be a extraterrestrial satellite or craft?
I have yet to really authenticate this report, but I will be following up for more information, so stay tuned!
Two videos were captured of an amazing display of lights over Austria. However, are these lights of ET or unexplained origin, or could they simply be drones, or perhaps even a team of skydivers or gliders? Many in the YouTube comments have suggested such explanations, however due to the curious maneuvers, I think these videos are worth sharing:
Two unique sightings have taken place in the city of Graz above Graz Airport,June 30th 2017, by a Glider display team
If this is a group of drones, it's interesting to note how very advanced they are getting, making it increasingly hard to distinguish the true UFO orbs from the drones.
What are your thoughts on this sighting and others? Share them in the comments below or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
Amazing video showing a bright fireball or meteor-like object falling from the sky and then seemingly splitting into multiple bright fireballs that then hover and make formations before leaving the scene, has been uploaded to MUFON (case 84374):
As astonishing as this footage is, can it be explained? Theories include drones, an air show, military planes flying in formation, as well as nighttime skydivers. Compare this footage of a supposed UFO sighting to footage of nighttime skydivers from back in 2009:
As always, you be the judge! While there are some theories on the table, this video so far remains unexplained. Do you live in Myrtle Beach? Did you see these UFOs as well? Report your sighing!
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A "massive blackout" and accompanying sighting of several hovering mystery lights in Uruguay has been reported by a few UFO news reporting outlets, including UFOCaseBook.com. I am having trouble tracking down local coverage (which is difficult to do, when it is foreign), but in the meantime here is a supposed photo of the mass UFO sighting, in which multiple bright orbs hovered for a long duration of time and even made triangles over a locality in Northern Uruguay:
Do you live in Northern Uruguay? If so, let me know if you saw these lights, or heard about it locally. For the rest of you, what do you think of this case? Is the UFO sighting related to the blackout? Share your thoughts in the comments below or on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook!