Wasn't expecting much, but am glad to have seen the video now, thanks for sharing. There's another great one near an airport, someone caught these
objects quite a bit lower zooming over, but no idea what to search to show you that one.
Seeing your link to that older night vision video, my thought was "I hope this new video could help prove that the old video isn't showing a solid
craft" and the new video clearly does, the shape changes and makes the "dots" look like individual objects (which I believe they are).
Furthermore, depending on their height, I don't think this "thing" is necessarily "invisible to the naked eye". When it's (or they) are high up (like
in the two videos above) they are probably impossible to spot, but I am damn near sure I've seen these things when they've been lower and they CAN be
seen. They are dark, egg shaped objects that will only illuminate if they are a) lower than these vids and b) passing over a lit area.
They are fantastically mysterious and, since my personal sighting, have become one of my favorite types of UFO. What are they doing flying around
silently? Why do they remain clumped together? I know it's only my opinion - but I have no doubt these are a non-terrestrial "thing" or things. And I
urge people to look up and look out for them but do NOT expect to look for something that is "lit up" as many normally would (me included, I'm usually
scanning for lit up objects). These things are dark, egg shaped, silent and definitely not birds. These videos only go to prove that they ARE out
there, whatever the heck they are...
Just to add, when I saw them (about two years ago) they were heading in the direction of South Wales. Spooky!
PS. Also makes me a little sad because these are (IMO) amongst the most genuine of types of real "alien" phenomena. These and the objects that zoom
across the sky at lightning pace (as seen by aviators).
Really hoping more videos of these objects come to light, hoping we can get a clearer view of them - so please 5 strange blob things, can you fly a
bit closer to the ground?
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