A video said to belong to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been leaked, and the footage may have confirmed a real UFO sighting, Hiduth reports.
The video shows a UFO rising from the sea and splitting in half. The object moved like nothing ever seen before. The metallic sphere object in the video moved quickly over land, dove into the ocean, then appears to either tumble or change shape. It was compared to morphing, almost like the object was “morphing” into something else.
The Scientific Coalition for Ufology (SCU) confirmed that the video was, indeed, that of the Department of Homeland Security. Researchers of SCU revealed on their website that the UFO did not have similar features to any known object, and “characteristics cannot be explained by any known aircraft or natural phenomenon.”
The video came from a DHS whistleblower, who does not wish to be revealed. Since the release of the video, several others have also come forward to claim that they, too, saw the UFO.
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Although SCU has just now released the video, they did make it clear that the video was shot back in 2013. SCU further revealed that they wanted to confirm the authenticity of the video prior to it being released. This project has also included six other scientists.
The video was shot in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico at an airport on April 25, 2013, around 9:20 p.m. The UFO activity was monitored by the crew of a DHC-8 Turboprop aircraft from US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). This crew was a part of DHS.
Nick Pope, who was responsible for revealing UFO sightings British Ministry of Defense, was also a part of this project. He often is criticized but was able to positively respond to the criticism of this confirmed UFO sighting.
“Assuming the video isn’t a clever hoax – which is always a possibility these days – it’s a fascinating piece of footage. About the only conventional explanation that might fit the bill is that this is some new drone, but the entry and exit from the sea and the apparent splitting in two of the object makes even this explanation seem unlikely. This is exactly the sort of video that I and intelligence specialists at the Mod got most excited about, as the available data allows for a proper, scientific analysis. I’ll be watching developments on this one with interest.”
The UFO appeared to be either joined by an additional UFO, or the UFO split in half while traveling quickly with immense control, allegedly jerking around buildings and between trees.
According to a report, the DHC-8 plane was taking off during its normal routine flight when they suddenly noticed a strange, pinkish, red light above the ocean. The object was headed south.
They were concerned because they were not informed of any incoming traffic, so they radioed it in, Journal Online revealed.
The tower responded confusingly stating that they, too, saw the object, but was unsure of its identity.
It was confirmed by SCU that a flight was delayed that night due to the UFO sighting. A video of the DHC-8 plane was also revealed, showing the plane circling the airport two times before taking off on its route.
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Further, details were released proving that the tower was tracking an unknown object on radar just minutes before DHC-8 took off.
The object was described as being between three and five feet with speeds ranging from 40 mph to 120 mph. The most intriguing part of the sighting was that it went into the ocean approximately a half mile before darting back up and out of the ocean, where it appeared to split into two.
SCU states that there is no known technology that is capable of doing that.
“There is NO explanation for an object capable of traveling under water at over 90 mph with minimal impact as it enters the water, through the air at 120 mph at low altitude through a residential area without navigational lights, and finally to be capable of splitting into two separate objects. No bird, no balloon, no aircraft, and no known drones have that capability.”
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