Jun 29, 2020

πŸ›ΈπŸ”»πŸ˜¨~ 'Can Anyone Explain?' Mysterious 'UFO' Footage From Miami Puzzles Netizens (sputniknews) ~ | Blogger: All year round, and especially during the boredom dark winter season or at the tail-end of the spooky season of tricks and treats, the web's are flooding with worst attempts to trick us into believing in (real) UFOs. But, most of the times, are made with CGI or blurry and unrecognised pictures and videos, and those, who are "real", are in fact, our own MIC-SSP', US navy & NASA fully operational 'Space Fleet'... Space enthusiasts are captivated by Mrs. Clinton's (and former president Obama's) interest in discussing extraterrestrials and her pledge to declassify government files on X-Files, the secrets of Roswell, Area 51, and U.F.O.s... Well, you don't (really) want Crooked Hillary running the show, unless you like corruption, assassinations, WWIII and fake alien invasion... Nope, Trump says he's heard 'very interesting' things about alleged UFO event in Roswell and will 'think about' declassifying it. Don Jr conducted an interview with Mr Trump as a Father's Day special, and asked jokingly if his father would "let us know what's really going on." "I won't talk to you about what I know about it, but it's very interesting," Mr Trump said. Roswell, New Mexico is infamous for a 1947 UFO sighting and crash. The US Army Air Force claimed the object that crashed was a weather balloon, but the explanation has not dissuaded UFO enthusiasts from treating the city and the broader region as a kind of pilgrimage site. Eventually the US military admitted that the wreckage was part of a top-secret atomic project(yeah right)... |

Source (sputniknews)

Several skeptics suggested that the lights in the video were merely CGI, not UFO, while others claimed that a similar phenomenon had been seen elsewhere.

A pair of videos depicting flying lights of unclear origin that were apparently spotted in the sky over Florida have sparked intense discussion among social media users after emerging online.

The footage in question was uploaded by Twitter user Roger O'Handley who named his "friend in Miami" as the source, and shows some kind of glowing, flying orb surrounded by smaller similar orbs which eventually move apart and disappear.

A second, follow-up video shows a similar sight, with the person recording it apparently trying to provide more context by showing viewers the location the scene was being filmed at.(READ MORE)

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