UFO Sightings Video Over Volcano Caught On Live Cam, Reignites Theory Of Popocatepetl As Extraterrestrial Hotspot
By Robert Kuang | December 16, 2013 02:21 PM EST
After a UFO sightings video surfaced in June over the volcano of Popocatepetl, another sighting has been allegedly caught via live cam footage.
According to UFO Sightings Daily, the recent UFO sightings video was captured on December 15 over the Popocatepetl volcano in Mexico.
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In the video, you can allegedly make two "orbs" floating around the volcano.
A Spanish translation of first-hand accounts stated that the sighting was captured by two different cameras.
This is not the first time Popocatepetl has come up in relation to UFO sightings.
In June, a time-lapse video showed a UFO apparently circling the volcano before flying into the crater.
Based on these reports, the Popocatepetl Volcano has become famous for UFO sightings and claims of being a "hotspot" for extraterrestrial activity.
What do you think of these UFO sightings? Are the videos real or rake?
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