Personally I do not doubt the authenticity of the video, since I currently live in Sofia and have seen UFOs in the sky on many occasions. Some of them
can be explained as satellites or meteors, but the behavior of some objects cannot be explained by any natural phenomenon. I have seen both red and
white ones. Mr. Yovov claims the objects came from the Vitosha mountain and moved East. I have also seen red, fireball-like UFOs come from the Vitosha
mountain, except the moved to the West, IIRC.
This sighting took place on the 26th of June @ around 22:30.
I had a sighting on the 25th of June @ around 3:04am
Short account of my personal sighting: I was smoking a cigarette on the balcony, watching the sky, as I usually do when a VERY bright white object lit
up in the middle of the sky and shot through at very high speed (to the North) and, disappeared in a random spot. I was quite stunned at what I just
witnessed and as I was wondering if it could have possibly been some kind of meteor that burned out, further down the original trajectory of the
object, it appeared again and in the same manner shot off at very high speed in another direction (NW) and disappeared in thin air. The sky was very
clear.. unusually clear for a large city like Sofia, many starts could be seen, there were no clouds at the time.
I also found a personal report of a UFO over the Borisova garden (central park of the city) from June 24th this year. Will translate it, if there is
P.S. Happy UFO day!
I hope we can "deny ignorance" and get to the bottom of this mystery.
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(Asen Yovov) claims he saw about a dozen of them before he started shooting. Some were white and some were red.
Sound like a typical description of lanterns , though I don't think the light in the OP video is , it looks more like a star or a reflection of a
The movement of the object looks false to me , when it moves to the right the camera seems to anticipate its movement ..... never a good sign .
I'm not sure, but it seems like calling something a hoax because of the way a person looks or how much he weighs or what he is wearing just doesn't
seem like a professional "debunking" method, or is that how it works?
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