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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

More UFO's filmed in Northern California

I had reported last week that several UFO's had been filmed flying over Oakland, CA late one night. More footage of a different craft (or crafts) was shot over the weekend once again in Oakland. This one is different than the one I previously posted as there are only four objects in this footage, whereas the one from last week had five.

It's hard to say what these objects are. Could be just a squadron of planes in a rather tight formation, a (small) flock of geese reflecting light from the city, causing them to show up on a night vision camera, the usual top secret government project conspiracy theory, or could it be a fleet of craft from some other planet? It's hard to say, but one thing is for sure. There's something strange flying around in the California night skies.


Terry the Censor said...

Objects flying: 1) at night without lights 2) in a V-formation 3) but there is no engine noise.
So...could it be birds?
(Note: the fellow who posted the video has banned me from making comments on his youtube channel. I guess my comments were too outlandish for him.)

Anonymous said...

Nice video, saw the exact same thing in broad daylight over Folsom lake in March of 2009, It kind of shimmered appeared out of nowhere flew forward stopped, and they went backwards into a cloud. The wife counted 4, I counted 5.
It's not geese, looked like you say planes in a very tight formation, appears to be able to cloak itself. Probaby belongs to USAF. There were airforce planes all over the sky that day flying in the same area. I only got to see it for about 10 secs before it back into a large cloud/contrail leading over the sierras.

JJ said...

I something similar but not so dramatic. It was dark and the only way I can describe it is like a formation of geese flying backwards (which is impossible). It was a really fuzzy silloutte very high in the sky that I could bearly even see...I would've thought it was birds, except the V formation was backwards! This happened about this time last year... it's been a while and I've never seen anyone report such a thing.