UFO Sighting During Canadian Baseball Game Goes Viral On Twitter [VIDEO]: 1000's Spot Flying Object, But Opinions Remain Divided
By Staff Writer | September 10, 2013 02:17 PM EDT
A UFO sighting has been confirmed by an entire stadium of witnesses during a Canadian minor league baseball game, but opinions remain divided on the flying object.
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At the Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver, the game between the Vancouver Canadians and Everett AquaSox was interrupted yesterday when the UFO sighting occurred and stunned the crowd.
Check out the video by Jason Fuller, which shows the UFO sighting, with lights and a seemingly saucer-like body.
Since then, the UFO sighting has gone viral on Twitter, causing skeptics and enthusiasts alike to chime in.
Rumour has it the alien spaceship beyond right field is from Everett. #BeatEverett
— Vancouver Canadians (@vancanadians) September 4, 2013
UFO over RF fence @vancanadians #beateverett ... C's lead 2:1 with 1 out in the bottom of 6 with bases loaded! pic.twitter.com/Jeh88dHvNZ — KayDee (@kdkeitel) September 4, 2013
@993thefox spotted at the Vancouver Canadians game!! #CloseEncounters pic.twitter.com/fMVrAVRhHA — Brenden Smith (@Brennnasty) September 4, 2013
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