Mysterious Object Spotted During Spanish TV Program

Article by Nirmal Narayanan                              May 16, 2020                          (ibtimes.sg)

• Video footage from the Spanish news channel Telecinco, recorded in Rome, shows a blue UFO-like object hovering in the skies as the reporter narrates events in the country. Telecinco claims that it was a seagull. (see 48 second video below)

 

Scott C Waring, a self-proclaimed UFO hunter who currently operates from Taiwan, believes that aliens are visiting the Earth to monitor human efforts to contain the coronavirus. The conspiracy theorist has claimed that aliens are working together with the Pope and the Vatican to find a coronavirus cure.

UFO in Rome Sparks Debate

In his recent website post, Waring analyzed video footage from the Spanish news channel Telecinco. In the video, recorded in Rome, a blue UFO-like object can be seen hovering in the skies, as the reporter narrates events in the country.

Even though the UFO theory was dismissed by Telecinco as a seagull, Waring asserted that the mysterious flying object in the skies could most probably be an alien spaceship from deep space.

48 second video of blue UFO on Spanish newscast (‘ET Data Base’ YouTube)

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Dad ‘Freaked Out’ as CCTV Captures Four UFO-Looking Flying Objects Over His Driveway

Article by Rebecca Shepherd                            May 12, 2020                             (ladbible.com)

• On April 19th, Adam McCann was staying with his family at his country home in Ottery St Mary, Devon, England. He woke to find that his closed circuit television security camera outside of the house was indicating that it had captured movement just before 5am that night. When McCann looked at the video he saw four objects flying in perfect formation across his driveway. (see 43 second video below)

• It began when two fluorescent objects shot from a tree and careered towards the house. The two UFOs then became four and followed an identical path as they zigzagged above the family’s cars. Leaving a sparkling tail behind them, the four flying objects shot through the sky before disappearing in the fields.

• The 47-year-old McCann shared the clip online with the caption ‘the aliens have landed’, and admitted to pals that the footage had left him ‘totally freaked out’. Said McCann, “I just thought ‘what the hell was that’. I’ve watched it back a few times now to try and work out what’s going on but I haven’t had any luck so far.” “We live out in a rural area, nowhere near a main road, so it doesn’t pick up any car lights or people walking around in the dark.”

• McCann continued, “It’s just the fact that they’re all flying in formation with the trails behind them that look like smoke trails. Two of them seem to hit my daughter’s car and the other two appear to fly over the wall and disappear.” “You can see the dots in the tree first and then suddenly they’ve moved and are above our cars. It was all over so quickly.”

• “I’ve never seen anything like this on the camera before,” said McCann. “They haven’t returned, it was just a one time thing.” “I’ve checked the camera every day since and they haven’t returned.”

 

A dad was left ‘freaked out’ after discovering footage on his CCTV of four objects flying in perfect formation across his driveway in the middle of the

               Adam McCann

night – leaving him to quip ‘the aliens have landed’:

Adam McCann was concerned when he woke up on 19 April and his Ring camera flagged there had been some movement outside his country home in Ottery St Mary, Devon, just before 5am.

However, when the dad-of-two checked the footage back he was left confused when a pair of bright lights shot from a tree opposite the house and through the pitch black sky.

As they careered towards the house, the number doubled and the fluorescent foursome followed an identical path as they zigzagged above the family’s cars.

Leaving a sparkling tail behind them, the four flying objects shot through the sky before disappearing in the fields opposite social care support worker Adam’s home.

 

43 second video of UFOs buzzing Adam McCann’s driveway (‘Dogtooth Media’ YouTube)

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Pentagon’s Release of UFO Videos a Big Deal for Believers in Extraterrestrial Life

Article by CBC Radio                            May 1, 2020                           (cbc.ca)

• On April 27th, the U.S. Department of Defense released three short UFO/UAP videos recorded in 2004 and 2015. Those same videos were posted online since 2017 by Tom DeLonge’s ‘To The Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences’. The DoD declassified the clips to “clear up any misconceptions” about whether the footage was real and “whether or not there is more to the videos.”

• Former British Defence Ministry UFO investigator Nick Pope says that “This new revelation, I think, takes us to some very interesting territory and at least lays the groundwork for serious adult conversation about this that goes beyond Sci-Fi memes.” For believers in extraterrestrial life, the Pentagon’s acknowledgement is a big deal. “After years of what they see as government denial, they think that this is a prelude to disclosure,” said Pope. “… the moment when the government formally acknowledges an extraterrestrial presence.”

• While the Pentagon offered no information about what’s actually seen in the three clips, some believe the pilots’ incredulous reactions to what they’re seeing indicates something bizarre. “The U.S. Navy top guns are not easily impressed in terms of things like speed and maneuverability,” Pope said. “So when they get excited, it tells you there’s something a little bit unusual about this, to say the least.” Whatever the videos show, it “doesn’t matter in a sense,” says Pope. “The important point is this subject has now come out of the fringe and into the mainstream.”

• Mick West, author of Escaping the Rabbit Hole: How to Debunk Conspiracy Theories Using Facts, Logic, and Respect, points out that the Navy essentially acknowledged the UAP videos back in September 2019. Says West, “These videos have been out for two years and the Navy has never really said that these are not real videos from Navy planes.”

• West isn’t fooled by UFO theories. He explains that the video of a rotating, potato-like object – indeed, “a whole fleet of them” as one Navy aviator exclaims in the Gimbal video, is simply “the heat signature of the jet engine” as it “flares up in the infrared [camera].” “It’s like if you shone a flashlight into a camera,” says West who is a licensed pilot, “you don’t see the flashlight itself, you just see a bright glare around it.” The rotation is nothing but a moving part in the camera’s lens. “[P]ilots will naturally see things in the sky that they can’t identify.”

• Although there may be logical explanations for the objects pictured in the videos, West says they may be kept confidential for national security reasons, no matter how benign. “The Navy probably has a very good idea of what types of things these are — that they’re drones or balloons or aircraft or whatever they are — but they’re not going to tell you about it because that’s part of a classified investigation,” he said.

• The Department of Defense said the objects in the video remain “characterized as ‘unidentified.'” Pope agrees that the government likely has the required intelligence to shed more clarity on what’s in the videos. West acknowledges that even when offered alternate explanations (ie: “drones or balloons or aircraft or whatever”), die-hard UFO believers won’t give up hope that the videos show proof of extraterrestrial life. West sees the UFO crowd’s interest as benign, so long as it veers into anti-government conspiracy that could prevent them from trusting important information, like health guidelines.

• That curiosity, Pope argues, allows humankind to ponder bigger, more philosophical questions. “What if there are other civilizations out there that will have profound implications for almost every aspect of human society: politics, religion, science, economics, philosophy?” “Let’s have that conversation, says Pope. “It would be interesting and it would be fun.”

[Editor’s Note]   Well, there it is folks. Mick West has provided irrefutable proof … that he’s a highly educated idiot.

 

The Pentagon’s official release of footage that appears to show unidentified flying objects sets the stage for an “adult conversation” about a once fringe topic, a former British defence ministry investigator argues.

                           Mick West

“This new revelation, I think, takes us to some very interesting territory and at least lays the groundwork for serious adult conversation about this that goes beyond Sci-Fi memes,” said Nick Pope, former head of the British government’s UFO research project.

                          Nick Pope

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Defense released three short videos, recorded in 2004 and 2015, depicting what they call “unidentified aerial phenomena.”

Those same videos have been available online since 2017 when To The Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences, a company founded by former Blink-182 musician Tom DeLonge, posted them online.

In a release, the department says it declassified the clips to “clear up any misconceptions” about whether the footage was real and “whether or not there is more to the videos.”

For believers in extraterrestrial life, the Pentagon’s acknowledgement is a big deal, Pope says.

“After years of what they see as government denial, they think that this is a prelude to disclosure, the moment when the government formally acknowledges an extraterrestrial presence,” he told The Current’s Matt Galloway.

While Pope is far more cautious in his assessment of the videos’ contents — he is “unsure” of what they depict — he says whatever is shown “doesn’t matter in a sense.”

“The important point is this subject has now come out of the fringe and into the mainstream.”

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