I havn't seen this one yet. sorry if it's old.
So what do you guys think?... looks like the "fleets" above Mexico. Unfortunately I don't think we can rule out birds or balloons. I'm sure seeing
these things in person would be more impressive.
I'd be interested to see what the weather / wind was like at the location. Also if anyone else got footage so we could maybe range these things to
get an approximate diameter, distance, and velocity.
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ARCHWAY UFO VIDEO: YOU DECIDE
09 February 2007
The mysterious lights
WE HAVE extraordinary video footage giving first-hand evidence of the Archway UFO phenomenon which brought the area to a standstill.
Here's YOUR chance to decide whether aliens were actually hovering over Archway - or whether there was a more innocent explanation.
Amateur camerman John Zimmerman, of Bredgar Road, Archway, filmed the spectacle from a vantage point in Holloway Road.
The "squadron" of around 15 orange lights spread panic among passers-by who witnessed it at around 5.30pm on January 31.
People screamed - some fearing it was a terrorist attack. Police received 999 calls within minutes.
The lights moved in a southerly direction then hovered above Archway before disappearing and appearing again. The eerie display lasted about 10
Mr Zimmerman, 50, said: "I was watching from Holloway Road. I realised I had my camera and started filming. They moved steadily and slowly, all at
the same speed."
Experts from the Royal Astronomical Society and Met Office weather centre were at a loss to explain the lights.
UFO sceptics insist it was no more than a group of "sky lanterns" or "UFO balloons" - one-off miniature hot air balloons.
But all the eyewitnesses who contacted us are adamant the lights were NOT lanterns - because of the way that they moved.
Designer James Zafar, from Palace Road, Crouch End, who witnessed the scene from Bredgar Road, said: "It is something I can't explain but I'm sure
it wasn't lanterns."
Now YOU can judge for yourself... watch the film clip by clicking below.
Then email us at email@example.com or ring the newsdesk on 020 8342 5777 to let us know what you think.
[edit on 16-2-2007 by Stale Cracker]