[VIDEO] UFO Sighting Above Smoking Ship Raises Alarms: Military Flares Theory Denied As Viral Video Leaks Online
By Staff Writer | September 26, 2013 01:42 PM EDT
Recently, video of a UFO sighting above a large smoking ship has intrigued observers, as multiple UFO sightings can be seen in the photo.
Recorded this month, the UFO sighting has been greatly debated amongst skeptics and enthusiasts.
"Recorded in California from the viewpoint of the beach. You can see a few UFOs flying over or behind this ship which appears to have a large amount of smoke coming from it," writes the official YouTube video description.
"Whether or not this UFO sighting is captured during a fire on the ship is unclear."
The multiple flying objects seen in this footage has been theorized to possibly be military flares going up, especially if the passengers on the ship are in need of help.
However, several people have opined that they could not be flares for several reasons.
"When we first viewed this tape, we thought that the UFOs might be military flares released from a plane at sea, but military flares do not fly up, they float straight down, so we decided to release this interesting UFO sighting here," continues LookNowTV.
"Parachute flares don't hang in position for long periods of time, they always have a downward descent that from time to time can be carried long distances on a parachute, but they do NOT ascend UPWARDS, after floating down for a while, nor even hang at the same altitude for several seconds," writes Rob Robinson after viewing the UFO sighting video.
Currently, the nature of this UFO sighting remains undetermined.
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