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Remember the saucer-shaped craft that hundreds, if not thousands of Houston, TX residents witnessed recently? Looks like it's making a comeback...
Or a hoaxer is up to no good!
A really ridiculous video featuring a saucer-shaped craft hovering and spinning has hit YouTube. It's so obvious and silly that your first thought is "fake." Or... maybe "toy."
However, the video is not being actively promoted on the web, the YouTuber who uploaded it does not have a history of trolling UFO researchers, and I can't really see any evidence of CGI or video editing (then again, it's super dark).
I hate sharing anything that could end up in "joke" land, but I'm going to go ahead and share this one today. If you know of remote-control toys that look like this or see evidence the footage was manipulated, please share your insights in the comments or on the Facebook page. Another suspicious element of the video is the witness stops filming for no apparent reason and does not share details on what happened after - did the craft take off, stay there, etc?
Anyways, check it out for yourself:
This was taken in a neighborhood at approximately 4:20 - 4:40 AM on September 2nd.
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