A really interesting video from a few years ago has recently surfaced on YouTube, and it shows many different UFOs - resembling white and gray masses (?), perhaps oval-shaped - zipping across the sky, and blinking on and off (or disappearing). One UFO clearly originates from the ground - perhaps a local airport or the water? Watch the video below, which was filmed by someone on board a ferry in Galveston, Texas:
Screenshot #1: Large object appears (seemingly out of nowhere)
Screenshot #2: UFO glides across sky
Screenshot #3: One UFO originates from the ground
Screenshot #4: One of many white UFOs to zip through sky, disappearing occasionally
Was riding the ferry from Bolivar and spotted 3 lights flying through the sky too fast to be an aircraft. Fast forward to 3:25 and the first one appears at 3:30 midway up the horizon starting on the left and flying all the way to the right side. The 2nd appears 5 to 10 seconds later, is even more obvious, and seems to originate from land. The 3rd is maybe 10 to 15 seconds after the 2nd. Was thinking shooting star or meteorite but when you consider the 2nd one originating from land (even in front of a building if you look closely)
While the UFOs go unnoticed by the many people below them, who are looking out at the water, neither do other things in the sky, like passing birds. As well, the UFOs disappear when they pass in front of the peoples' heads, so these are definitely off camera.
What's also interesting about these UFOs, is they are very similar to UFOs seen in Japan during and after disastrous earthquakes, as well as into and out of volcanoes all of the world:
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It appears this case is still unsolved! If you witnessed these UFOs as well, help crack this case once and for all and report your sighting.
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