UFO Sightings: Flying Saucer Filmed Next To Airplane? YouTube Video Made Private For Unknown Reasons
By Staff Writer | July 30, 2013 10:18 AM EDT
A major UFO sightings update comes from Chiba, Japan, with a YouTube video capturing a flying saucer supposedly hovering next to an airplane.
"It appears to be circular, with blinking lights running all around its hull. Its similarity to the classic image of the ship from the Spielberg movie ['Close Encounters'] is undeniable and, although the occupants are speaking Japanese, it's obvious they are looking at something they have never seen before," writes Gather contributor Tom Rose.
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Since the UFO sightings video was posted on YouTube, the video had been made private, forbidding the public to view it, although it is unclear why.
And while some have been alarmed by this unusual UFO sighting, claiming it to be a prime example of a flying saucer sightings evidence, others are less certain about its legitimacy.
"Haha that's burning on the ground; looks like farmers burning the fields like we do here in the south," writes Cito on AboveTopSecret.
"My guess is it simply is the reflection of the sun on a glass building/structure through the low clouds. It really seems it is at ground level. The orientation of glass or reflective material (can also be aluminum for example) is directed towards camera," theorizes Logiciel.
Unfortunately, with the video made private, viewers will no longer be able to assert their own opinion on the UFO sighting, but either way, the image is intriguing to say the least.
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