A UFO over Italy has been making headlines recently due to its surprising shape and structure. The glittering unidentified flying object was spotted in broad daylight on a sunny day early last month. The unusual object was moving above the Earth across clear blue skies when it was witnessed. The Italy UFO was glowing from within, or reflecting the light from the sun.
A man named Antonio Urzi was fortunate enough to be able to document this atypical UFO over Italy with his camera. As Sky Valley Chronicle reported, “this thing appears to actually have some super structure to it.”
On August 4, 2014, UFO and paranormal researcher and journalist Alejandro Rojas, a radio host for Open Minds Radio, shared some new information about the Milan UFO. Rojas, who once served as the official spokesperson for the Mutual UFO Network as the Director of Public Education, pointed out that the original title of the UFO video translates into English as “Unidentified Anomalous Biological Entity.”
In other words, the man who recorded the UFO video and posted it to YouTube allegedly believed that what he witnessed was a living organism. Researchers who study these unidentified anomalous biological entities concede that they look suspiciously like certain mundane objects commonly found at children’s birthday parties.
The EBANI [Entidad Biological Anomalous No Identificada/Unidentified Anomalous Biological Entity] researchers admitted some of them look like balloons, but they argued that the UFOs moved in such strange ways that they could not be merely balloons.
Rojas has a theory of his own, which he phrased in the form of a question.
Is it possible that Urzi caught a string of balloons glistening in the sky in his latest viral UFO video?
Rojas also noted that Antonio Urzi has amassed hundreds of UFO videos and photographs, which he captures through the skylight of his Milan apartment. Perhaps it is the vast quantity of UFO sightings that Urzi has witnessed that make the UFO over Italy seem suspect.
Prior to the introduction of the most recent theories, some people suggested that the shining unidentified flying object in the sky over Milan was nothing more than fireworks, flares or the reflection of sunlight on space junk. Some other interesting theories included “flying serpent (ancient plasma alien),” “Pleiadians,” and “good aliens.”
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the UFO over Italy was captured on camera using a Canon EOS 60D, which is an expensive camera that sells for $699 at stores like Best Buy and Amazon. With an 18-135mm lens, the price skyrockets to $999.
What do you think about this July 2014 UFO sighting? Does the new information about the UFO over Italy help you decide if it is genuine or fake?
[Image via YouTube user Antonio Urzi Simona Sibilla]