Silver Metallic Flying Saucer The Most Clearest Video

This is going to be either dismissed as too good to be true and people will say it's a Photoshop rendering or it's accepted.

Eye witness films silver Flying Saucer near homes.

Close up look at the Flying Saucer over people's homes.

So, now that people are presented with a UFO sighting video that contains a detailed, very clear and high probability that it's a real UFO, let's see what people think.


If a Flying Saucer is filmed and the subsequent video comes up that shows a clear and detailed craft which is exactly what the people have been asking to see, but will people accept it? I hope that people accept at least that there's a decent probability of it being real. Maybe it's going to be dismissed, maybe not? It's a sceptical way to look at things but it's reality.

It's about as strange as the UFO sighting itself if people are going to say it's too good to be true. When people say that they're hoping a clear UFO sighting happens at some point, it cannot be pulled out of thin air. But after years of waiting, one's finally appeared. Give it a chance, let's do more than just take a 5-second look and come to the conclusion it's too good.

I'm being very negative about this because I'm second-guessing what folk will say before it's even been seen. I like to think that I know people and when people wish for a "clear video for once", they are finally and eventually presented with a clear UFO sighting with detailed footage.

All of a sudden it's too good!

Seriously you can't make it up! But people are people at the end of the day, and people understand that they don't have to accept anything. It's a good thing overall and it's what drives improvement in all areas of life. But when is it detrimental to moving forward with information and improving knowledge like in this case, it's Ufology?

I enjoy reading up on UFOs and Ufology, especially UAP disclosure and pretty much the whole Ufology genre. I enjoy bringing you thought-provoking UFO sightings. Add into this mix my own opinions and my thoughts on this and I think people enjoy reading about UFOs too.

Somewhere along the line, I knew that deciding on what was real or likely a hoax, was going to be difficult. But I've got to stick to my beliefs because if I never actually say that I believe a particular UFO sighting is real, then I'm not a UFO believer, I'd be a sceptic.

I think this silver metallic-looking Flying Saucer could be real.

Because it's clear, it's detailed, it's rotating in the video (just the bottom of it) the top section is still, looking in the direction it's flying in and the person who is filming this, they're keeping it in the middle of the viewfinder. That tells me it's an object that's there as they're actively tracking a physical object.

Physical objects above homes.

If you are  sceptic, you'd likely say something along the lines of:

It's an obvious fake and the weather is too warm lol, it's a hoax. It looks too clear, it's too detailed or it's been created in Photoshop. It's too clear. Blah, blah blah.

There's no way that anyone can put forward a UFO sighting that everyone is going to accept on demand, it's impossible to do. We've all got to wait till one occurs, there's got to be one sooner or later and this is the later one.

Before I was sent a fantastic video showing a detailed and clear UFO sighting, it was too good to be true. It's what I'd have called a historic UFO sighting. But there you go.

Lee Lewis UFO Researcher 

But instantly it was seen as a Photoshop rendering of the UFO kind because it was too good! Maybe this is why I'm sceptical about any clear footage myself because of the past when the UFO sighting looked absolutely spot on. But I've learned to trust my instincts, my gut feeling.

We see the silver metallic UFO come into the screen from the left-hand side and it's the main focus of the camera person who is filming this as he or she is following it keeping it in the centre of the viewfinder.

Unfortunately, I've searched for information on this but I can't find anything. That's not convenient or uncanny etc. It would be so easy just to say it was filmed at such and such place. So not having a place isn't a bad thing. I'm regularly sent UFOsightingsg and people mostly don't want to be tagged or mentioned in a post. So it's not uncommon for people to want to remain anonymous with nothing to identify them.

It's flying over the homes of people who are probably oblivious to what's happening right above their heads. We only see a portion of the video and there's more than likely a lot more of the video that shows the silver craft further away from where it is in the part of the video we can see.

For whatever reason only this short 29 seconds long video has made it to social media platforms. It tells me that the original video was posted to a place which can only accept 30-second-long videos. Like Reel's have settings for 30-second long vids, 660-second videos and 90-second long vids.

When you film a UFO but don't have anywhere to post it except for the more popular social media platforms, it's something that you must accept I suppose?

Here's the extraordinary video showing a detailed UFO flying over homes above.

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  1. I'm a life long believer in intelligence on the other bagazillions of galaxies out there. I am also a flyer of remote control (RC) airplanes, & I'm sorry but this suspiciously blurred image could easily be an RC device flown at low speed. Surely someone has better lenses to work with.

  2. It's not"to clear" it's "too clear". I can't say enough how irritating it is when published articles cant-even use the proper words.

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