UFO Video Shows Large Craft Over An Airport Filmed By Witness

UFO flying over a busy airport does seem a bit cliché and the ultimate in trying to get you to believe it's real - but after watching this I don't know what to think...



For real. I'm drifting in and out of believing it and not believing it. I really need your help and advice and opinions, I know that you guy's see thing's from every angle that there is, so don't hold back because I never made it so you can't offend me.


It's a strange thing though, that it was uploaded to YouTube but without any information whatsoever? Would you agree with that? Not even the names of the eye witness or let alone the airports name it was filmed outside of...








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Yet it looks real, it definitely comes across as real and as far as UFO sightings go, it looks legit. That's what is throwing mea curveball.







Someone definitely caught this on their camera phone but it's almost certainly not genuine - is it? Is it possible that a UFO this Gaudy looking with bell's and whistles on it and "as bright as a lighthouse" can be trying to be discreet but be failing miserably at it? Are they stupid!


I don't think Aliens or future humans are that stupid though, do you? Because if it's Aliens then you can bet it's a matter of time before they're back in Area 51.


To figure out what it is, who made it, flew it, put the lights on it and drove it like a moron, we'd have to have a bit of a head start with at least the name of the airport but who do we look to for that kind of information?









Do airport tower's personnel give out radar information anymore to anyone asking them or is it still a freedom of information request? Because I'd like to know if the radar information tallies up with the UFO being there, also the time it was there, where did it go and why they did it, why did they falsify a UFO account?






Although if we had more information we'd be able to get, well, more information from the airport maybe. Or from the eye witnesses themselves or anyone else for that matter who knows more about it than we do right now.


It's frustrating to know nothing about what looks a good UFO video. It even looks like a possible UFO sighting...


Sometimes it's that way for a reason for instance because it's an airport employee that doesn't want their identity revealed because of repercussions or if they'll be singled out and treat differently from their colleagues - oh, believe me, it happens more than you think.












Life's like that sometimes, something amazing like a UFO literally hovering right above your head and you film it, only for the total lack of decent people around you that you know will turn what should be a great UFO event into the worst event you wish never happened!



If you can help guys, how about this:


Let's look at the words on the plane, the way the airport looks, and the other pieces that will jog someone's memory so that we can at least discover where this took place and put history right?


Here's the YouTube video:









We don't need to be discovering who is the eye witness obviously. It's a UFO event so what we need to document it for is so we can put the Aliens on trial for cattle rustling and they can't deny that they wasn't there!



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Here's a snapshot of the UFO while zoomed out.


UFO evidence caught on camera flying past an airport.

Silver, Large Round UFO | Definitely Real

The reason why I am writing this post is because I'm really confident that this UFO is real.




Do I want to get to the bottom of it, of course I do! I'm proper nosey when it comes to Aliens and UFO Sightings.












I'd like for this UFO to be "the one", to be the first one that I've proved myself to be real, legit and genuine.



Silver metallic looking Flying Saucer UFOs over Mexico.



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I think most UFO enthusiasts hope to achieve this or at least something similar to this in their lifetime? It'd be a good thing especially for Ufology itself but I think also it would be a personal boost to the researcher and the people who read and follow researchers.



The underside of the UFO in Mexico.



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Am I easily swayed by a silver, metallic looking UFO, well, just look back at my earlier post's and you'll see that "yes" of course I am.



I'm a sucker for a silver, metallic looking UFO especially one that is seen by multiple people. The eye witness is definitely talking to someone else in the video so from that alone we can assume that this is a multi witness UFO sighting? That's exactly what I'm talking about when I mention using common sense.



Mexico eye witness filming a real UFO.



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Although it's only an assumption, an opinion but it's based on the regular behaviour by a person that talks about what they're seeing through a cameras lens. More often than not, they are talking to someone, just like in this great video.




They could also be talking to an imaginary audience because they will be uploading it to a YouTube channel or to Facebook for instance. Like for instance, when you go live on Facebook or Instagram, you innately or otherwise go into a sort of narrators voice over, mode.



Okay, having "a feeling that it's real" isn't exactly science or enough evidence to make a difference to Ufology but for me personally it's enough and that's why I'm writing about it.



Im going to point out what I think should be noted for you to make up your own mind up:




The video is real, the eye witnesses reactions are genuine and the shadows, plus the reflections and the lights all point to this being a genuine video. Obviously that doesn't mean that the UFO is real, but it gives me a reason, in fact more than just one reason to believe in this evidence put forward "anonymously".



That's not a bad thing you know, many people have real justifications as to why they are not willing to add any personal details to the UFO evidence. That's a no brainer to work out, what with all the idiot's, trolls, sarcastic and nasty comments that routinely get posted. So, can you blame them for wanting nothing to do with the after effects of posting a UFO video especially from coworkers and colleagues.




That's not even mentioning the "self proclaimed, self appointed" crusaders of truth! Because believe me there's a lot of people out there who think their opinions matter. But on the other hand, there's an equal amount of people who know that anythings possible when it comes to Aliens and UFOs.



Nothing in this video tells me where it was filmed and nothing tells me of the size, but in the video at one point I thought I herd the eye witness say "it's ginormous" but it could be a mistake as I believe he's speaking in Spanish and so it could be something else entirely?



But it sure sounds like he's saying "it's ginormous"? If anyone out there can translate it (I've written in the video where it's said) I'd really appreciate it if you could leave a comment, thank you.



I've added this UFO video from my Instagram channel UFO Sightings Footage and my YouTube channel - all link's will be at the bottom of the page.



I've actually got that many UFOs extremely similar to this one that, lot's of these seem to look like they could be from the same place? That's definitely something that should be looked into? MUFON is a good place, but I don't agree with the fee for looking at a UFO video that you give them. Even if you sent one there, you'd have to pay to go and see it. It's not the best practice I must admit, I'd much prefer it if donations were the way they got their research done. It's almost like the UFO videos are locked away until you pay.












Oh silly me, that is what happens! Not good.





Share and share alike, if you want to learn more like I do, then sharing it might be useful as the more people see it, the more we'll learn.



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3 UFOs Right Over The Moon Seen During The Day | Is That A First

So, after seeing this spectacular triple UFO video (possibly only 2 UFOs) which was recorded during the day, I'm left speechless.




It regularly takes a lot for me to become speechless but after giving this a quick glance at first, I swear that I did a double take on it and I didn't even hesitate to go back to check it out again. And, yet again it took my words away, in fact it put them in the loft space and shut the hatch, lol.



Eye witnesses record a few UFOs right above the Moon.




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It's during the day, so right from the get go this is video upside down and inside out! How the hell did the eye witness see these UFOs just above the Moon? How was he or she able to see this triple UFO formation through our atmosphere? And the zoom, omg the zoom is amazing because it's like it's never going to stop. I reckon soon they'll invent a never ending zoom function on telescopes.




Screenshot of the few UFOs recorded during the daytime next to the Moon.




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It's this zoom which I know (from asking some graphic designers) that it's hardly the first choice for hoaxers to fake because keeping the UFO looking right while zooming in is a hard gig. It's probably doable but not for no reason, because it seems like this doesn't have any reason to have been faked... That's how it looks to me!



Trying to apply new elements into a video or add new graphics into an already existing video is probably hard enough already without an additional zoom - but to add graphics in an overlay style, or to add brand new UFO stickers type of graphics like a PNG to build up a UFO video is (I would assume) nearly impossible?



But, I suppose that's all well and good, but this is a UFO video that increases the zoom in incremental steps and I'd hazard a guess that it's near on impossible to do and especially have the correct end result looking flawless. And, to boot there seems to be no reward whatsoever or any sort of incentive for the hoaxers, so what the crazy hell is going on?




The answer is simple, because it's real.




Instagram is teaming with the best UFO videos and UFO Sightings (albeit short videos) because it's where people with existing channels just simply upload them to their followers. That's why I am always coming across "random UFO videos" that are different, genuine looking, interesting beyond words and some of these just ooze UFO disclosure. Like it's written all over them, but between the lines. Common sense goes a long way when it comes to Aliens and UFOs.













Here's the awesome video:







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Because UFOs are everywhere now, and the recent UAP disclosure we're beginning to see thousands of people witness the UFOs and upload them to their online social media sites as they're no longer afraid to say publicly about their own beliefs. But some people don't like it and prefer it if they stayed in the background.



That's understandable.



Uploading the UFO evidence anonymously is a good thing because it's the UFO that's so important so staying anonymous is something that I thoroughly agree with, power to you.




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I agree with it wholeheartedly because people can see these UFO videos and they can change their attitudes on a dime so-to-speak and not agree with the uploader which then becomes a very nasty online situation.




Plus there's a lot of ridicule including sarcasm, racism, ageism, sexist and even homophobia can and does happen, everyone knows that. Loads of people have seen first hand in the comments sections on Facebook and Twitter for instance where people can be very horrible.



That's why I don't have a problem with people wanting to stay anonymous. Anyways, it's the UFO videos or UFO photos that needs to be heard.




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Military Firing at UFO With A Few Hitting it

Supposedly, the Israeli Military was filmed by an anonymous eye witness showing lot's of shots being fired at a Flying Disk or Flying Saucer (splitting hairs).




And with a few accurate hits actually hitting the UFO the video comes to an end. The shots continue to be rained on down as we see and hear two ricochets right at the end of the UFO video blasting off the side of the Disk towards the edge of it with a couple of plumes of smoke blasting away from the aerial vehicle.



Flying Saucer Disk shot at by the Israeli Military.



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I first saw this UFO video and thought wow, this looks like it could be real! You know, like I was watching a real Alien vehicle with humans firing at it trying to bring it down.



Aerial UFO drone used for target practice.



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But after thinking about it and other similar "UFO videos" that I've seen in the past that also seemed to show UFOs being shot at, I remembered that some military forces around the world using drones during live firing tests. They have used drones for a while and during practices.




UK Military Forces uses a drone jet to train pilots and military personnel.



Ryan BQM-34 Firebee jet-propelled drone, used as a target drone.



See also: British unmanned aerial vehicles of World War I Wikipedia.


Not only does the military use traditional targets during their training sessions or just using the static targets but they also use aerial drones because during any battle nobody stands still do they.



With that in mind, I swear that I can't see this as anything else other than a military training aid. It's got individual led lights around the circumference of the Disk spaced out evenly and these can be turned on altogether or separately so that during the night time training it's easier to see and can be turned on and off - all for practice.













Here's the UFO News YouTube video:






Credit: UFO News YouTube.


My verdict here, because I see nothing that definitively tells me that this is an Alien spy craft or surveillance drone from some far away galaxy 🌌, I'm afraid I'm siding with it being a real video yes, but of a real military training exercise using a drone.



Of course I'm gutted, perplexed beyond belief but I won't believe in any old UFO video "wildly" and especially when I have common sense to guide me through which will always be a good thing.



But like always, you guys have a say, you always have a say. So, what do you reckon that we're all seeing here, UFO or something else entirely? Give us your best opinion and leave a comment, cheers.



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