I probably say this in every single post. I’m a skeptic when it comes to alien visitation. Which is why it’s so much more exciting when I find evidence of things I can’t easily explain. I recently found a video of what appear to be UFO swarms. And I can’t explain this one away…
UFO Swarms in YouTube Video
Check out this video – I have no idea what any of these are.
From the video thumbnail, I thought it was definitely a bunch of seagulls flying overhead. But after watching the entire video, it’s clear they aren’t seagulls. You can’t see any flapping wings and seagulls typically don’t fly super high anyway.
The UFOs are white and don’t seem to stick to much of a formation.
There is one clip at around 1:34 which highly resembles migrating Canadian Geese and I’d be pretty comfortable saying it’s a likely explanation. But as for the rest of the clips on the video, who knows.
This video of UFO swarms is pretty cool because, with the one exception at 1:34, there isn’t really much of an explanation available. We must still tread lightly though, the absence of an explanation isn’t proof that these are alien-controlled flying devices either.
There could still be other, more likely explanations. One viewer on YouTube pointed out this could have been a mass release of Mylar balloons:
We must also consider the possibility that these objects are man-made. They could be military-related. The clip at about 2:00 shows a large group of helicopters.
Some of these clips go back to the early 2000’s before drones were popular. That doesn’t mean, however, that the military didn’t have drone technology.
While at least one of the clips is probably migrating Canadian Geese, the rest of them appear to be legitimate mysteries. They kind of remind me of the older sightings in Lubbock, TX. But even in Lubbock, one could have easily explained them as some type of aircraft (given the proximity to an airport).
This video, on the other hand, is a different story altogether.
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