Sunday, September 25, 2016

UFO Spotted Near US Military Base in Ohio!

UFO Spotted Near US Military Base in Ohio!

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A UFO spotted near the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, about ten miles from Dayton, Ohio, is building a lot of traction over the internet. The mysterious object was filmed by a Dayton couple while they were looking at the sunset from their home, according to Daily Mail.

The video footage shows the object having a pointed end downwards; hanging in the sky and moving slowly. It shows some strange markings on its surface.

“What the f*** is that? ” says the woman. “It looks like it’s moving with the clouds.”

After some time, the object disappears into the clouds. “Oh my god, it f****** disappeared,” says another onlooker.

The couple recorded the video last week on Wednesday, May 25. They sent it to different alien investigation websites, including Tyler Glockner of Secure Team 10.

Describing the object, Glockner called it mind-blowing. He said that the object had no sound and was solid. It seems to be the same object spotted two times a month ago near Dayton, Ohio. It is the third sighting by a different source.

While showing other older sightings, he said: ’It’s the same UFO. I am simply amazed, we have someone corroborating this sighting.”

However, he said that the object could be an engineered aircraft on trial by some black project over the military base.

‘There is no doubt in my mind this is either an alien craft or a very very strange drone – which I highly doubt.” he said at the end of the video.

The strange UFO sightings are not new at Airforce Base. Since 1947, the base has been witnessing several bizarre objects near the area. Between 1947 and 1969, the airbase recorded 12,618 sightings. Out of those, 701 were tagged as unidentified. All were recorded in Project Blue Book, a record book for UFO sightings and investigation, according to USA Today.

The base came into the highlight after John Greenewald, an amateur historian, shared 100,000 pages of documents at his website The Black Vault.