UFO Sighting Caught On Multiple Cameras [VIDEOS] In Mexico City!

By Robert Kuang | January 15, 2014 12:13 PM EST

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Recently in Mexico City, an individual captured what appears to be a UFO sighting using multiple cameras and footage.

According to English translations from UFO Sightings Daily, the UFO sighting was captured on Sunday January 12 around 3:14pm.

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This UFO sighting appears to be captured by the same individual over the course of the day, and there are three videos on the YouTube channel by Jesus Correa.



The final video appears to be taken at night, presumably later on on that same day. The eyewitness who captured the UFO sighting videos appears to believe that this is the same flying object.


This is not the first time a UFO sighting has been claimed in Mexico.

In August, a UFO sighting in Mexico is causing a stir for the video which seems to show jellyfish type flying objects replicating in the sky.
In the video, two objects can be seen in the sky, but as the video progresses, the UFO sighting becomes bizarre.


"The strange thing about them is it starts with two and then they start making more of themselves. Two quickly turns to four. The person the recorded the video believes these may be angels and in a way he may be right," wrote Scott Waring.

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