A recent UFO sighting in Liverpool has left locals stunned, as a couple of mysterious objects were spotted seemingly flying in tandem in the sky. What is most interesting, however, is that the objects, which were described as “balloon-like,” bore strange similarities with mysterious crafts that were captured in a video from AZ earlier this month. With this said, is it possible that these UFOs are a new form of alien spacecraft or yet another classified military project that is currently being tested?
The recent sighting, which was captured on film and uploaded to YouTube by Enchanted LifePath TV Alternative News & Media, happened around 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon. The mysterious objects were filmed using a smartphone camera on a clear day. Thus, the distortion of the objects due to the use of digital zoom aside, the quality of the footage was quite decent. If any, the video’s clarity was enough to warrant some notable reactions from netizens, most of whom stated that the objects do not seem like balloons at all.
This was because the objects did not reflect light the same way that balloons usually do. Viewers of the film have also noted that the UFOs do not seem to be drones, as their appearance was far different from the traditional quad-copter design of conventional drones. With regards to the recent Liverpool sighting, even those who have analyzed the video have been at a loss. For now, at least, the truth behind the sighting remains a mystery.
What is rather interesting, however, is that the two UFOs that were spotted in Liverpool carried some uncanny similarities with the mysterious crafts captured in a video from Sunrise, AZ earlier this month. The AZ sighting, which was captured on film during the Supermoon, also featured two UFOs which looked somewhat like balloons. Unlike the Liverpool sighting, however, the AZ footage has been criticized by netizens for being something man-made, such as a party balloon or possibly even a leaf.
This was because the UFOs captured in the AZ Supermoon sighting were quite out of focus, due to the camera’s lens being focused on the Moon. Thus, while the appearance of the two balloon-like UFOs was notable, it was quite difficult to validate what exactly the objects were. Despite this, however, the similarity between the appearance of the ascending crafts in the AZ footage and the hovering UFOs in the Liverpool sighting is quite eerie.
With this said, it appears that the mysterious crafts captured in the Liverpool and AZ sightings are quite similar in nature. While it would be almost impossible to prove that the UFOs were really of alien origin, the footage of the two incidents seems to show similar crafts flying in two regions within the same month. Thus, it seems like the mysterious objects, if they are indeed of extraterrestrial origin, are a bit different from the conventional UFOs that have been captured on film for decades.
Of course, the possibility of the objects being man-made is also very notable. Considering that the objects were not reflecting light and they seem to be designed in a way that has not been seen before, it is possible that the UFOs captured in Liverpool and AZ were simply classified military projects that are currently being field tested. After all, the military, especially the United States Air Force, has developed a reputation for field testing bleeding edge technologies without the public’s knowledge. Just a few years ago, a declassified CIA document stated that most of the alleged UFO sightings that were reported in the 1950s and 1960s simply involved high-flying military aircraft such as the SR-71 Blackbird. Thus, the balloon-like UFOs spotted in the recent Liverpool and AZ sightings could simply be man-made.
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