UFO Hovers For 10 Hours On Independence Day

Conspiracy theorists were sent into overdrive fearing Earth was about to be invaded by aliens, or even that military leaders were experimenting with alien space craft technology.

Translated reports said some of the witnesses described the UFO as being suspended in the sky hovering over Shanghai, China, with some claiming to have seen it for the whole ten hours, mostly at night.

One witness, a man named as Mr Yeng, said he observed it through a telescope and saw it flash red, yellow and blue.

A still from a local news report showing the saucer in the top left.

A still from a local news report showing the saucer in the top left.

 

He was with friends who also saw it from Songhu Road, saying they had no idea what it was, and describing it as “suspended in the night sky clouds”, which has led to theories it was just an odd-shaped cloud.

Mr Yeng said: “At first I thought it was the stars, but the stars are not so big, but suspect it is not a plane, but the object has been suspended in the sky, and does not seem to move.”

Mr Meng saw it at dawn, at around 4am local time, after clouds dispersed the object also disappeared, fuelling the theory it was just a cloud.

He said it had been too dark at night to record clearer images.

“At first I thought it was the stars, but the stars are not so big, but suspect it is not a plane, but the object has been suspended in the sky, and does not seem to move.”

Witness Mr Yeng

Other internet users questioned whether the object was just a kite with lights, but Mr Meng said it was far too high to be one.

Another witness, named as Mr Choi, saw it and told media: “We found it behind the clouds, a very bright object, at first we thought it was a plane, but looking at a nearby building, the object was not moving..it was very strange. ”

The event appears to have started at 8pm local time last night.

Many took to social media to describe what they saw, with several descriptions of “a red circle thing, hovering far away”.

Others said after the sky darkened, the “red things disappeared behind the clouds, but continued to flash in the same location”.

Others described a yellow flashing from within the clouds, with speculation of lightening, but counter claims the natural phenomena would not happen in the same location for several hours.

Scott C Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, based in Taiwan, blogged about the sightings: “Chinese news is reporting a giant disk parked over their city of Shanghai yesterday for ten hours.

“For it to be there so long, there must be some video of this thing, but I haven’t seen any yet. I will keep checking and update this later.

“I don’t think any Chinese military pilot would dare fly over a city to test out an alien tech saucer, but you never really know. This could be alien tech in Chinese military hands.”

Original Article:http://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/686042/INDEPENDENCE-DAY-UFO-City-stunned-as-huge-flying-saucer-hovers-for-10-hours

1 Comment

  1. Holograms, thats is how they are going to tell us that Aliens are real. How these Aliens created the human race. How if we dont accept them then we are holding back the world from evolving. Never mind the fact that we know they are really just demons posing as aliens. The Demons will be able to preform miracles in front
    of people to convince them that they are real Aliens. But we who know JESUS cant be fooled. We KNOW who is our FATHER and its not an Alien. lololollololoooloololo!!! and they hate that we know the truth. So they will do anything to shut us up.

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