Thursday, July 01, 2010

Ufo report from Phoenix Arizona


Posters Comments: On Sunday, June 27th, 2010, as my girlfriend and I drove through the desert some 10 miles north of Phoenix, I noticed a bright light zooming alongside the road. It was interesting enough to warrant a picture so I quickly grabbed my camera from the backseat.
I don't know why exactly, but I felt compelled to follow the light. I asked my girlfriend to turn the car around so we could get a closer look.
We pulled over on the side of the road so I could try for some better footage.
What happened next was truly remarkable to us. This bright, flashing, spinning object proceeded to put on a little demonstration for us before finally disappearing behind a mountain.
We guessed as to what it might have been, but we are still quite unsure as to what exactly the object was.
I am not a UFO conspiracy theorist. I don't read UFO websites or frequent UFO meetings, but I cannot explain what I was able to film. It is, ultimately, an Unidentified Flying Object- until someone claims otherwise.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can do with out the music. Shoot them down . It is the only way to prove what is real and not real. . Shoot them down.

Anonymous said...

The only way to know for sure is to shoot them down

Anonymous said...

I have been to UFO meetings and there are aliens at the meeting but the humans are so wraped up in them selfs that they are not aware of the aliens.

Anonymous said...

great footage,
thks.

Jose Soto said...

perhaps someone was flying a model airplane

Jeff said...

Definitely one of the more interesting videos I've seen. Most likely not a fake, and at first I thought some sort of RC, but upon a second viewing, that just doesn't seem to fit. One of the few that I've viewed and really couldn't come up with a plausible explanation..

Anonymous said...

Shoot them down , it is the only way to find out the truth.

Anonymous said...

one of those new ufo remote flying gadgets. not a real ufo. its just kids playing with a toy.

Anonymous said...

chinese lantern in distance rises as it heats and cools as it rises into thin air thus the up down and irregular movement