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If you believe one conspiracy website , the oddest thing that took place Saturday at Notre Dame Stadium weren't the hundreds of lightning strikes that caused a pair of long weather delays or the fact that the Fighting Irish got worked by a second-rate team from a third-rate conference. It was the presence of extraterrestrial life hovering above the stadium.
Here is a video of a mysterious object seen in Indiana over the Notre Dame stadium on Saturday. During the Notre Dame football game on Saturday the stadium was evacuated due to severe lightning strikes and during this time people spotted a possible UFO in the clouds above. The unidentified flying object was tube-like in shape. There were no reports of any odd sounds or lighting coming from the object.
The UFO may simply be ball lightning some think but it seemed to be self propelled. This was the first time in history the stadium had to be evacuated due to lightning guidelines. Here is the video footage of the Notre Dame UFO for you to take a look at and decide for yourself what it may be.
The sports reporters began talking about the lightning, getting the cameraman too [sic] focus on it," writes Scott C. Waring, who created the website. "As they looked at the lightning, other objects (whitish) were flying about in the clouds. One of these objects was recorded going straight then suddenly made a sharp curve disappearing into the same cloud that a few seconds earlier shot lightning out.
"These three questions come to mind," according to the blog:
"1) Did the UFOs cause [the thunderstorm] by accident?"
"2) Did the UFOs cause it on purpose?"
"3) [Were] they just hiding in the clouds and had nothing to do with it?"
This clip, taken from NBC's broadcast, proves beyond a reasonable doubt that wacky conspiracy theorists are proficient at uploading video to the Internet: