Video footage from Yellowstone National Park’s own surveillance cameras caught what looks like several Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) moving through the clouds, prompting an observer to post the video in an effort to share and perhaps find out just what the objects might be. Jeanette Foresta, the witness, seems to think they are “Flying Saucer UFOs,” according to the title she provided with the video clip. The images of the UFOs have at least one UFO hunter convinced the objects are authentic, speculating that they might be associated with an alien UFO base situated in the Yellowstone supervolcano itself.
The Daily Star reported August 28 that some UFO enthusiasts believe they have captured images of a fleet of UFOs soaring through the mist and clouds over a section of Yellowstone National Park in the United States. YouTube user Jeanette Foresta, a regular observer and poster of clips taken from inside the park, first detected the images on the park’s live monitoring video. She says on YouTube, where she first uploaded the footage, that the objects over Yellowstone were her first UFO sighting, adding that the UFO video clip was “once in a lifetime capture.”
Foresta noted in the YouTube description box that the video had been taken “a few months ago.” In the black-and-white video itself, the dark images — three objects of varying sizes — can be seen coming from the left-hand side of the frame. The objects are partially obscured by clouds as they move across the sky.
Foresta shared the video of UFO Sightings Daily blogger Scott C. Waring, who was quick to note his excitement over the small fleet of objects. Describing the UFO video clip as “breathtaking and detailed,” he estimated that one of the UFOs was at least 100 meters (328 feet) across. A second, somewhat smaller, disk can be seen trailing, and Waring noted it looked metallic. Waring also said he could make out several other disk shapes in the background.
Waring seems to think that the UFOs are affiliated with an alien base.
“Yellowstone Park was allotted 3,468 miles of land by the US government – so obviously the US knows about an active alien base or bases in the area…”
Whether or not the Yellowstone region is home to an alien base (or bases) is open for debate, as is whether or not the U.S. government is aware of such sites, but the National Park does sit atop the Yellowstone Caldera, which is the remnant of the eruption some 70,000 years ago of the massive supervolcano that seethes underneath the park’s surface. The Yellowstone supervolcano consists of large magma chambers, the largest of which scientists estimate contains enough magma to fill the Grand Canyon more than 10 times over. Although its next time of eruption is unknown – but, as TheInquisitr reported in July, you’ve only got about a year to prepare once it’s detected that an eruption is imminent– experts believe that when the Yellowstone supervolcano builds to the point of ejection, the subsequent dust and ash heaved into the atmosphere will impact much of the western United States, resulting in the deaths of tens of thousands of people.
As the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) is wont to say when reporting a UFO sighting, it should be remembered that most sightings can ultimately be explained by some naturally occurring phenomena or by the object observed being man-made. Many images caught on cameras are often found later to be blurred shots of birds or extreme close-ups of bugs in flight.
As for man-made objects, a UFO was caught on a park surveillance camera earlier this month in East St. Louis, Missouri, of a glowing and hovering light above the Gateway Arch monument, it was later found, after someone posted video footage a few days later, that several drones had been in the area that night moving above and around the Arch.
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