So today me and my wife managed to capture a couple of strange objects flying around. You will have to excuse the quality as it was filmed on my
iPhone, I didn't have time to grab my other camera.
Anyway, so my wife was outside having a smoke and she spotted an object doing strange manoeuvres. She's usually very skeptical but she got quite
excited by this and ran to get me. At first I brushed them off as being a plastic bag flying around (lol). But after watching it for a few minutes and
judging by the movement, height, speed and lack of wind I changed my mind and decided to film it (quite badly.. sorry). At this time it turned out
there was two of them.
Now, don't get me wrong, I'm not saying it's aliens. But they are flying objects and they are unidentified. You be the judge
Oh and before I started filming them, one actually appeared to drop all the way to the ground and then shoot back up into the sky. Very strange
Let me know what you think!
PS: I have not edited this, but I added a bit of zoom to make it easier to see in the video. It looked much better IRL!
Thanks for the reply. This was a thought of mine also. It's hard to see in the video but they actually appeared almost flat when looking up at them.
They were also quite reflective. If it was a balloon, I can't imagine it all of a sudden dropping and then shooting back up again. It's a shame I
missed that bit..
I have seen balloons before but never flat shiny ones..
Look, I have no idea what these are or whether they are balloons or not but I thought it was interesting which is why I posted it. These things were
very high and when it dropped it dropped very quickly almost to the ground (although it was hard to tell because it went behind some trees and houses
in the distance).
Don't be disheartened mate. Take from this experience what you will. Not everything in life can be explained by "swamp gas" and "balloons".
People choose to believe and see what they want, so go with it.
I bet with almost 100% certainty that you seeing those UFO's, because they are unidentified, has somehow enriched your life and kick started your
curiosity of the unknown to new heights......keep looking up mate, you never know.
I hear you mate, you could well be right.
It's a shame the video doesn't do it any justice as they really did not look like balloons. It's hard to make out the shape of them in the video, they
didn't look like "balls" when actually looking up at them.
I have had two "UFO" experiences in my life, this one being the less extravagant of the two. Unfortunately I had no camera the first time, man I wish
I had... I'm trying not to jump to conclusions here and welcome any theories people may have
Here's my take . (and I've seen similar but real objects)
1: things are pretty slow.. as in air current slow
I see two levels of air current. The clouds move right while the balloons move left. . visually this messes with normal understanding of relative
object speeds seen from ground to air. Especially without size facts.
2: the stationary stance of said "balloon # 2" is a bit odd at the halfway markish point... While following the first it stops.. then hovers with a
slow Z axis movement (vertical) and seemingly no X - Y movement[Horizontal in whatever direction). . . I think it was caught within a thermal which
halted X-Y and elevated the balloon on Z..
Terrestrial but coolish
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flat in answer to someone else, but not a match to the video.
These coukd be just plain white balloons Rather than a flat sided chrome finish balloon. . same conclusion which means "FAKE" , but reality wise I
think they were white balloons far enough away to seem like a solid illuminated object.. white against a solid blue sky could appear "luminous".
edited to add that a flat side chrome balloon would "flicker" according to rotation
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