4. Dropping Orbs, Phillipines
This startling footage was taken in an unknown part of the Philippines in 2014. At first it’s difficult to tell what’s happening as the footage only shows two glowing objects on a dark background but you can see smaller orb like objects falling to the ground. A night vision lens is used to clarify the image and what it captures is very striking. It’s clear that this UFO is dropping numerous balls of light down on the ground. Are there any plausible explanations for this footage?
3. Hong Kong Protest UFO
In October, 2014 the BBC was reporting on pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, what they inadvertently captured on film is startling. You can see above the sea of protesters, between the two buildings, a flying object moves towards the right of camera. It pauses for moment, then flies straight up at an accelerated rate.
It’s very hard to explain this footage as the BBC captured it live, making it impossible for anyone to tamper with or alter it in any way.
2. Mexico City UFO, 1997
This piece of footage caused quite a stir amongst both the scientific and conspiracy theory communities. Taken on August 6th, 1997, this hefty flying object was filmed flying over Mexico City. The community has divided almost in half on whether the footage is real or fake. Some say there are dubious digital artifacts hidden in the still frames of the clip, others have noted that back in 1997 there were no programs available to the public powerful enough to fake this footage. Other perplexing evidence is the 12 or so witnesses from across the city that reported seeing the craft flying through the air.
What do you think? Real or fake? If you’ve got any information on this clip, leave a comment below.
1. Tucson Lights
On July 4th, 2016 a strange light was seen hovering in the night sky over Tucson, Arizona. You can see a large white orb that blinks on and off sporadically. At the 1:20 mark, a second object appears then flashes brightly before disappearing.
Many skeptics have noted that July 4th is a common night for firework displays. But what do you think? Does this look like ordinary fireworks?