The UFOs that caught the attention of New Yorkers on December 13th have shown up in El Paso, Texas, around two days after the NYC incident.
Sadly enough, as I mentioned before in the NYC UFO post, the news reporters are still oblivious to the fact that UFO means ‘Unidentified Flying Object’ not ‘Alien space ship that is going to squash us like miserable little bugs on a sidewalk’. “Others, though, said it looked like a UFO.”
Many people stopped to stare at the UFOs over NYC on December 13th, but now the UFOs are said to be balloons from an engagement party. Read more on the NYC December 13th UFOs here on Alien Enigma (link opens in a new window).
Honestly, I don’t think it sounds very likely that so many people would stop and stare at balloons. I mean, these UFOs got the attention of many, many people in NYC. As one of the people in the video of the previous post said, ‘balloons don’t stand still’.
Balloon-like UFOs over NYC earn themselves an audience of pedestrians.
I love the way the news lady says, “Is it a balloon, a UFO?”. It seems every news reporter uses ‘UFO’ as ‘Alien Aircraft’ and forgets that it really is an abbreviation for ‘Unidentified Flying Object’. Maybe it’s a balloon…or an…unidentified flying object!!?
Anyway, this is certainly an exciting event and it has many looking and thinking.
There are now people saying that the UFOs in the video were their balloons from an engagement party. Read More (opens in the same window, will not take you away from Alien Enigma).