A UFO “fleet” speeding around the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, was inadvertently caught on a tourist’s cell phone video last week and posted on YouTube, where the video is still waiting for an explanation of what the three fast-moving objects it depicts might actually be.
The UFO-tracking site UFO Sightings Daily described the three objects, which as appear in the video as pinpoints of light, as a “fleet,” apparently because the three UFOs appear to be flying one after the other — though they do not seem to be in any kind of formation or following a set flight pattern.
According to the description posted on October 24 by Look Now TV, the UFO video was shot by a young French girl who was part of a group of friends enjoying a night out in Paris. The illuminated Eiffel Tower appears in the background.
But no one reported a UFO sighting the night the video was shot, and the three darting objects in the sky behind the Eiffel Tower were not noticed until the video was viewed later.
“The first UFO seems like it could be a plane, but clearly, the UFOs move fast and behave differently when flying,” says the description of the video on its YouTube page. “These objects do not appear to be planes flying about in the night sky. To the far right one UFO seemingly falls and flies erratic as it heads down to the right side of the Eiffel Tower. The UFO almost appears to be floating down. The other UFOs veer off to the left of the famous tower, and they seemingly begin to fizzle out.”
Look Now TV states that it “puts every UFO video we want under intense scrutiny and close analysis before releasing them.”
While some commenters on the video were skeptical, with one even suggesting that the UFO fleet could actually be a trio of drone aircraft, others were impressed by this UFO clip.
“Wow amazing capture, there can be no doubt that these are not terrestrial crafts[!]”
Another commenter stated that on the same night, three UFOs were spotted flying around the moon — but the commenter provided no verification for this extraordinary claim.
The UFO lights do indeed appear to be moving extremely quickly and are spaced very closely, one after the other, which would not be the case with commercial aircraft.