Filming a huge, round and flat silver flying saucer flying right under the plane you’re actually flying in is not fun for everyone. A huge flying saucer flew under the plane, and an eyewitness filmed it
While filming a huge, round and flat silver flying saucer flying right under the plane that you are actually flying in, this is not entertainment for everyone.
In fact, it’s the opposite of what I would call a fun pastime! But that’s if it was ever there, because I have a feeling it’s a very bad fake. The whole video is so weird and it looks and feels like a real UFO sighting (to some extent) but is there something in the middle of the video that the reflection of the Sun on the flying saucer is not quite what it should be? Generally poorly done. It doesn’t mean it’s wrong or that it’s hocus pocus, but it made me a lot of suspicious.
I’ve seen student “just for fun” creative UFO videos, and at least they’re actually claimed to be fake and part of a coursework.
Okay, let’s let our imaginations run wild and let’s dream for a minute or so that you’re on an airplane and you start capturing the gorgeous scenery outside your window.
Then suddenly, out of nowhere, a damn massive flying saucer appears. What do you think it would do? Will it look like it does now, show off to the pilots, or deliberately try to get the attention of the plane’s passengers? Will it slow down and reach the same speed as the plane, or just fly past?
Think about it for a second…
So even though it’s a bad fake, we can still use it as a learning curve for future UFO videos. Let’s turn this hoax, just for fun or whatever it’s called, into a positive and learn from it. Usually UFOs don’t approach people, they don’t flaunt, they don’t put on a show, and they don’t usually want to draw attention to themselves, but this case goes against everything we know about UFOs. First off, it’s not blurry, lol. They (UFOs) are always dodging, they are in shadow and usually so far away from the camera that photos are usually blurry due to zoom.