A very strange meteor-like light or pair of lights was seen over the US, according to a recent MUFON report (case 99832). Although the witness described the UFO(s) as looking like a meteor, they still were ultimately perplexed by what they saw. The picture they submitted along with their testimony is fascinating, indeed. But it's definitely worth nothing that there were many other meteor/fireball reports from April 7th and April 8th, including Californi, Europe and, you guessed it... Georgia!
What do you think of this recent UFO sighting? As always, you be the judge:
Was this object just a meteor? Compare this photo to video from April 7th of a meteor over the US:
Two very similar MUFON reports (cases 99733 and 99737) detail a dark, square-shaped UFO over Ohio. Could this just be a plane carrying a banner, or something far more mysterious? Are these cases connected? As always, share your take on these UFO sightings and more in the comments, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram:
April 11th, 2019 in Cincinnati:
I saw a large black square object hovering over the southern Cincinnati Ohio , northern Kentucky area. It was stationary for about 30 minutes.
April 1st, 2019 at 5:42 PM:
On 4/1/19 at 17:35 and in the area of 12120 Springfield Pike, my family and I observed a dark grey/black object in the sky. We were heading south on Springfield Pike and the object was to the south east. We continued heading south until we turned right on Glensprings and into the parking lot of 415 Glensprings. While in the parking lot, I was able to take two photos and one video. We continued to watch the object on what appeared to be a northerly flight path until it was out of sight. The object made no noise and did not have any lights.
A really intriguing testimony, set of photos, and YouTube video link were all submitted to MUFON (case 99717) and they reveal a UFO flying past the sun.
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If you were in Sweden or Norway a couple of nights ago, you saw more than just the beautiful Northern Lights - but an unexpected and extreme "natural" fireworks show! And you may have even thought aliens were invading! According to Forbes and other news outlets, however, NASA and the Andøya Space Center were just doing an experiment. They apparently sent two rockets up into the Northern Lights, releasing a metallic powder or gas intended to measure and "investigate" the atmosphere.
The Auroral Zone Upwelling Rocket Experiment (AZURE), as captured by Chad Blakley's Aurora Web Cam between 12:24 a.m and 1:04 a.m on Saturday, 6 April. www.LightsOverLapland.com https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamiecartereurope/2019/04/08/strange-blue-lights-seen-over-arctic-circle-were-not-aliens-says-nasa/#3961f1b524d1
What do you think of this recent news story? Do you think that aliens really did visit the Lapland, and this is just a convenient cover story? Do you think that this is a reckless experiment for NASA to do (polluting the air, affecting the way the Northern Lights appear, etc.).
As always, share your thoughts on this story and more in the comments, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Amazing videos showing glowing lights hovering and forming a line over New York have been uploaded to MUFON (see videos here: cases 99636, 99596, and 99572). Check out the footage yourself and as always, you be the judge on this recent UFO sighting:
Here's one of the videos that has been uploaded to YouTube:
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