Monthly Archives: July 2011
UFO activity has risen during July, 2011, and the video above attempts to compile some of those sightings, but I’m sure there are many more that couldn’t fit. They all seem similar to each other, but they can’t be firecrackers or Chinese lanterns.
This video, claimed to be shot over Moline, Illinois during July 4th, 2011, shows three red orbs in triangular formation. Very interesting…we can rule out Chinese lanterns (the first assumption for every UFO watcher), since they move in different directions and occasionally fade away and then brighten again. Plus I don’t know of any fireworks that act like that.
This video shows bright white-red UFOs. The video claims to be filmed in New York City, though the voices in the video sound like they’re speaking Spanish…not that it’s impossible for Spanish people to be in New York City.
This UFO video from YouTube shows an object that continuously grows brighter and then dies out, seemingly hovering high in the sky. It moves occasionally, but not by much. It might be a bit out of focus, but I’m not entirely sure if that’s just how it looks in general.
As you can see, there are fireworks in the background, but they are much lower than the UFO, plus there aren’t any firecrackers I know of that can do this (not that I’m a firecracker expert…)
The description of the video on YouTube says that the video was originally 7 (seven) minutes long but was edited to cut out blurry parts. It proceeds to say that no other editing was done on the video.
This YouTube video shows an orange orb flying through the sky. It seems to be a bit out of focus, though, maybe due to how much zoom was applied. It seems things like this have been filmed before and put on YouTube, and no one seems to think they’re Chinese lanterns or firecrackers. The video description states there was no wind at all.
Here is the full description of the video on YouTube:
“Reddish orange orb ufo 7/4/2011 in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Light headed straight north. It appeared to be just above the treeline when it first started to lift off, and I did see a round almost balloon like outline to it when we first saw it. There were 4 of them, and all four went off into the distance and should have still been visible when they disappeared. All 4 took off and disappeared within 2-3 minutes from ground to skyline. A loud bang was heard from the 2-3rd one almost like a shotgun shell when it disappeared. It was confusing because it looked slow (balloon slow) at first and then rose faster and faster. Headed due north WITHOUT the wind at all.”
Note: After the UFO disappears a little over 1:00 minute into the video, it doesn’t come back – just a heads up to let you know that was all for the object.
This UFO may appear to be a Chinese lantern or firecracker at first, but the video recorder claims “It was steady, and there was no wind, or sound”. Others in the comments of this video on YouTube claim they, too, saw this, and it doesn’t seem to be a firecracker or a Chinese lantern.
This YouTube UFO video shows a series of small orbs flying around London over the Tower Bridge. I suggest you watch it in full-screen and full quality (720p). It’s gotten over 1.3 million views.
I don’t know if it’s a fake or not. Some people say they’re birds, but to me, in the half-speed and during full-screen, they don’t look like birds later into the video. They seem to be lights, growing brighter and dimmer periodically rather than it simply being their wings beating up and down. They also take sudden, jerking turns that I didn’t think birds could do.
It looks like, just before the last of the first three UFOs goes above the screen, it lights up considerably, which was strange to me. Also, once they come back down, the movement they make is so incredibly sudden and simultaneous that I’m starting to think they aren’t birds.
They could have been added in afterwards, though…I’m not sure. It’s hard to tell what others’ opinions are when there are so many immature comments and hopeless jokes scattered everywhere in the YouTube video’s comment section. No one seems to take these things seriously.