There's been a buzz in the air this week -- literally -- about a video allegedly showing a UFO flying near a passenger plane over Seoul, South
The video, which has been viewed several million times, has brought out a myriad of theories to explain the strange-looking oval white object viewed
on Saturday. When a passenger on the airline tried to zoom in on the object with a video camera as it moved upward from the ground, pacing near the
plane, it suddenly flew away.
An unidentified object was videotaped from a passenger plane over Seoul, South Korea, on Saturday.
Video of the incident can be seen here, Dont really know what it is, but it does look strange.
It is intresting the more information is coming foward from pilots. This kind of stuff was once a taboo subject, Trained pilots are seeing things and
these incidents are being reported. They have been known to take evasive action as not to have an air collision.
"It's beyond dispute that airline personnel see them and see them a lot," said professional pilot David McDonald, who runs a school for pilots and
aircraft dispatchers and owns charter company Flamingo Air in Cincinnati. "However, to the best of all of our knowledge, there has never been an
incident where an airplane ran into one or was attacked by one."
Some interesting footage worth taking a look at the link.... What these things are I really do not know. They could be military, alien space craft or
something natural. Either way something is there..
edit on 13/12/2012 by ArMaP because: Video link corrected
UFOs in general are a hazard to air traffic and should be taken more seriously by aviation authorities , I believe fitting video cameras in the noses
of aircraft would help them and us try to identify any objects seen and maybe provide evidence of non terrestrial vehicles in our airspace .
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