Someone gazing up at stars in Des Moines, Washington accidentally got a photo of - what looks to be - a giant flying disc (or saucer). The UFO was only noticed when the witnessed look at photos afterward, so it could be a strange camera anomaly or reflection, however I have never seen a "mistaken" photo like this before, so thought it was worth sharing (MUFON case 92688):
Captured image in picture. I did not see ufo at time of pic
What do you think about this flying saucer photo? Could it be a hoax, a camera anomaly, misidentification, or perhaps... an alien spaceship? Share your theories below in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
TexasUFOs.com's UFOJane discusses a recent sighting of a strange, dark flying saucer filmed during the afternoon in Scotland. What do you think this video shows? Share your ideas in the comments here or head over to YouTube to comment, like and subscribe:
April 27th, 2018 Update: The witness has updated TexasUFOs with a new report of these "tiny flying saucers." Wayne Miller of Idaho shared that the UFOs he originally reported to MUFON back in 2016 appear to be back, as of the evening of April 26th, 2018. Have you ever seen UFOs like the ones Miller describes and photographs? Report your sighting! Do you have ideas on what these mysterious objects could be? Share your ideas in the comments below, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
Self-proclaimed UFO photograher Wayne Miller has been snapping photos of tiny discs and orbs for years, and he just sent MUFON his latest batch. He sees strange anomalous crafts all the time, and TexasUFOs is actually not the first to feature his photos. However, Miller's sightings have mostly flown under the radar, not quite capturing the attention of the UFO community like larger UFO sightings. Miller believes he is witnessing "micro machines" that are powered by Artificial Intelligence, and are studying Earth, in particular its wildlife (Mufon case 80884):
I am presently living in Pocatello, Idaho.
For some reason ,there is nothing about this that feels like a hoax to me. Although Miller posts on his Facebook page, there is no place online where he appears to be profiting from this. However, could Miller just be photographing lens flares or standard camera anomalies? Or has he indeed discovered that there are many UFOs all around us all te time, and are actually quite tiny and possibly even robotic? What do you think of Miller's photos and theory?
A shiny, silver flying saucer was reported to MUFON (case 91544). The strange craft was apparently seen over the UK during the daytime. The witness was fortunately able to snap a photo before the UFO took off at a high rate of speed:
It was a sunny day and the sky was clear so I decided to go out and do some sky watching I was hoping to capture something strange and out of the ordinary. It didn't take me long to spot something strange and out of place... I was scanning the sky looking east when I spotted something moving in my direction. I couldn't make it out at first but as soon as it got a bit closer I zoomed in with my Nikon P900 camera and I could clearly see that it was in fact a flying saucer. The flying saucer was very high up in the sky and was directly above the town centre. I quickly took a photograph and watched as the flying saucer then flew off at incredible speed heading north where by I lost sight of it. I see UFOs all the time around here day and night it really is something. I can't wait to photograph more of them. The photograph was taken on the 18th of April 2018, 11:39 AM at Newton Abbot Devon England.
What do you think of this incredible UFO report? Does it provide evidence that aliens are visiting, or that the government is operating futuristic aircraft? Or could this report simply be a hoax? The witness claims to see UFOs "all the time," so some might suggest that the witness is seeing things. As always, you be the judge!
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April 21tst, 2018 Update: Apparently this video from Turkey is not from Turkey at all, but was posted by a UFO YouTube channel back in 2012, a UFO YouTube channel that's considered to post hoaxed content. What do you think? Do you think this video is real? And if it is real, why can't we find the real witness information for it?
A video showing a silver, dark, saucer-shaped craft hovering around the daytime sky for a moment before taking off at at tremendous rate of speed, has been circulating throughout the internet. According to Latest UFO Sightings, the video was originally posted to a Turkey Facebook page (though I could not locate the post). Since then, the video has been posted to other news sites and YouTube channels:
What do you think of this amazing, clear UFO footage? Is it authentic? Or could it be a hoax? Share your theories on this sighting in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you also live in Turkey and can verify that this UFO sighting is real, make sure to share what you know!