UFO Sighting [VIDEO]: Ghost Glowing Orb Caught After Family Death In China, Security Cam Catches Grandmother's Spirit?
By Staff Writer | February 17, 2014 01:26 PM EST
A recent UFO sighting was caught on a security cam in China, which has some speculating that it actually has a ghostly connection.
Reporting from Qihe County in Shandong, China, a glowing orb was caught on a security cam heading toward a family doorway and then seen coming out.
"The Glowing orb headed toward their pig pens and wasn't seen again. The family saw the orb on the security screen and went outside to check, but saw nothing," writes a rough Chinese translation by Scott Waring from UFO Sightings Daily.
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"The family was highly agitates since 8 days earlier the grandmother died in their home and they were worried that the orb was her returning spirit or some other that took her."
You can check out a video of the UFO sighting below:
"My opinion is that it's an entity caught on infrared cam. IR is well known to catch these orbs, which are not visible most the time with the human eye. These entities get caught often, especially on wildlife forest cams," continues Waring.
In the UFO sighting world, glowing orbs are often reported, but what do you think is the cause of this particular case?
Last August, several reports came in of a glowing orb UFO sighting over the skies of Derby, UK.
This particular sighting, which took place on August 12, has since been identified by several residents in the Derby area.
"I'm so glad that you had posted this! Last night I had seen this exact light (UFO)...we had meteor showers but this came about 10:30 pm. I navigate the sky, so I knew it was unusual," writes abyssdnb on YouTube.
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