But Secureteam10 narrator Tyler Glockner claims that the mysterious UFO was filmed in the sky over downtown Cincinnati by a witness observing from across the Ohio River in nearby Covington, Kentucky.
Glockner reports that the UFO appeared in the sky at about 3:00 a.m. local time, but it was the sound of helicopters circling in the sky over the city that woke residents up.
The witness went out to his balcony overlooking the city and saw up to seven military helicopters circling in the sky, apparently searching for something in the dark.
Residents who came out to watch the helicopters hovering and circling in the night sky had no idea what they were looking for. But the witness began filming.
Soon after he started filming, a large UFO, about ten times the size of the helicopters, appeared suddenly in the sky. It had a roughly triangular shape.
According to Tyler, his first thought was that the object may have been a hang-glider or a balloon. But he ruled out the possibly after watching the object, illuminated by the light of the moon, shape-shifting repeatedly as it hovered over the same spot for several minutes.
As the military helicopters approached the UFO, something strange happened: It started breaking apart and disappearing a piece a time until it disappeared completely, leaving the military helicopters hovering and circling confused in the air, according to the Mirror.
According to Glockner, it appeared as if the UFO was "cloaking" its entire structure gradually. This made it look as if the object was breaking apart.
The latest alleged UFO sighting over Cincinnati involving military helicopters comes soon after media reports shared that a Canadian disclosure advocate released secret North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) UFO files that reveal that in the last five years NORAD tracked an average of 1,800 UFOs per year and recorded about 75 intercepts per year (see YouTube below).