Check this video just uploaded to Youtube by the user TheUFOmaster and it's already causing
some stir. A UFO fleet of several red bright objects changing the formation, this is a long video 9
minutes and very clear with zooms out for reference. TheUFOmaster subscribed to YouTube
yesterday and uploaded this video wich suggests it's his own video.
According to his testimonial the lights were over the Lake Ladoga located in Sortavala wich is a
town in the Republic of Karelia, Russia, located at the northern tip of Lake Ladoga, the date was
March 16, 2010. I find this footage very interesting because it reminds me of the Germany videos
from 1990, the UFO fleet from Greifswald, Germany on August 24, 1990 and the Berlin 1990 fleet
both with similar formations like this one from Sortavala.
Unfortunately the Sortavala footage has no audio and the source still remains anonymous unless
he decides to reveal his name wich would be important for the research. If these lights are real
UFOs then I think this is a spectacular footage wich I hope so.
now i just want to make it clear that im not a skeptic when it comes to ufo's but i'll run the risk of being called a dis-info agent and say that
they look a hell of a lot like tetherd lanterns to me if they were fixed seperatly by indvidual strings as the wind blew it would look like they
change formation. again just my opinion.
My initial reaction was some sort of chinese lanterns tethered together. Of if not lanterns, then a couple of LEDs inside helium balloons.
Especially with how slow they were moving, which could have easily been the wind
But after watching the whole thing, I don't see how any tethering of balloons could account for all the different formations those lights adopted.
Any string would have gotten hopelessly tangled in no time at all, and any separators like a drinking straw over the string wouldn't have allowed for
the variety of formations.
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