By UFO Casebook
Original video on Oct 21, 2012 by Raul Molinar
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to wake up. It’s time to acknowledge the scientific fact that UFOs are real.
I mean, just look at this footage from downtown Dallas on October 20. The driver of a car traveling west on I-30 had the good sense to get out his phone or camera and film this shocking, revealing footage of UFOs hovering in the sky. There are obviously mysterious lights there. I only have a few questions:
- Why aren’t more people getting out and looking?
- Were the UFOs just trying to avoid getting hit by the ongoing meteor shower, which was peaking around that time?
- Why isn’t this guy watching the road as he drives?
- Was this a test run for the UFOs’ plan to burn down Big Tex?
That’s not all, though. Similar occurrences happened on the same day elsewhere on the planet, like Mansfield and France (the video title for which quite confidently states that it is a “UFO fleet landing,” because, I mean, obviously). All this according to this website that is connecting all the dots behind the whole thing. “They are trying to tell us something?” Indeed.
I mean, it’s not as if there have ever been UFO pranks or false sightings before.
And it’s definitely not like there’s a very easy way to fake this exact kind of UFO effect with animation/game software. Not at all.
Of course, earlier this month we also started hearing reports of some sort of ultra-giant UFO over Texas, so maybe this is related.
I might spend my entire work day tomorrow getting to the bottom of this. Then again, every time I think of UFOs, I think of this great video featuring Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s views on the matter:
The truth is out there, folks.
Of course UFOs are real. They’re Unidentified Flying Objects. That doesn’t mean they’re alien spaceships.