Has 2 UFOs Been Discovered On Google Maps
Google Maps can be an incredibly helpful tool for getting directions or finding local businesses, but it can also lead to some strange and unexpected discoveries.
If you search for the town of Jacksonville, Texas on Google Maps, you might just stumble upon a mysterious floating object that appears to be hovering above the town.
It's a shimmering red colour and in the iconic Flying Saucer shape and most of all it shouldn't be there, it's got shape, definition, it's clear, it's obvious what it is and it's not a reflection of a lampost. There's too much definition to this anomaly.
Is it the McDonald's sign in both New Mexico and Texas that's the culprit?
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Okay, it's not got the look of a car or a house or a tree. Something that you'd expect a reflection to have given the context of a moving car with a camera on the top. The normal suspects can't be because the reference to any of them just isn't there.
You don't even have to put in a street; just Jacksonville, TX., and go to street view, then pan around, and there it is: a thing that I don't know what it is. It looks like something from a low-budget 1950s flick. Andrea Dove
It was even seen over Mexico as you'll see in the video. That's a thousand miles apart from each other and the same flying saucer-type object is there. But is it a lens flare as it's been called?
But a Flying Saucer off-camera or a stealth-cloaked UFO, that's there. We already have a clearly defined look of a UFO which you'd expect to utilise stealth technology that can hide within Infrared just like UAPs can and have been observed and filmed doing so.
This falls to that conclusion which means it can't be ruled out. It can't be concluded as well until further information becomes apparent or available as there could be more to this story that isn't publicly available.
It's got all the hallmarks of something more important than just an apparition or a glare, a reflection inside the lens which is called a lens flare but it can't be ruled out, nothing can be ruled out but the lack of wanting to get involved by scientific researchers could hinder that?
As ever, opinions count but facts lead the way.
This strange object was discovered by Andrea Dove, who was using Google Maps to explore the area around Jacksonville, Texas, US. When she activated street view and panned around, she saw an object with a very familiar shape floating in the sky. It was published on KLTV in the US in September 2012.
That's a UFO.
The object in question appears to be a classic flying saucer-shaped UFO, complete with a dome on top and a disc-shaped body. It's hard to tell from the image alone what exactly the object is or if it's even a real object.
It looks like a UFO.
Of course, with any UFO sighting or unexplained phenomenon, there are plenty of theories and speculations. Some have suggested that the object is an actual extraterrestrial spacecraft, while others have pointed out that it could be a camera glitch or some other type of technical error.
As is the case with everything the truth is there it's just a case of how we get to it if ever.
Whatever the truth behind this strange object may be, it's certainly one of the more unusual things that you can stumble upon while using Google Maps. So, next time you're using the service, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for any strange shapes hovering in the sky above you, especially over Jacksonville, Texas and New Mexico.
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It may still be available on some different versions of Google Maps. This was from the 2012 Google Maps but Maps always switch between different years because of weather. They then stitch together the different versions to get the best version that they can without clouds covering up the landscape, that's what I read about and it makes sense.
Link to video 1 (Slate channel).
Link to video 2 (Dark Effects Studios).
Credit: KLTV/Andrea Dove/Google Maps/UFO Sightings Footage/UFO Sightings/Ufosfootage/Canva.
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