UFO enthusiasts have claimed to have captured video showing a convey of alien crafts apparently hovering in formation over the Arizona desert.
Footage of unusual activity in US airspace has emerged online. And prominent alien life advocate Scott Waring believes the strange lights are likely to be a small fleet of alien UFOs.
Waring, who shared the bizarre footage on his etdatabase.com blog, said: “I’m calling it a UFO fleet.”
I’m calling it a UFO fleet
He said: “This UFO fleet was recorded by a eyewitness who watch as the lights in the sky disappeared one by one.
“UFOs such as these have been seen around the world from Taipei city to Rapid City, while similar sightings have occurred in South Dakota.”
However, the self-proclaimed UFO expert admits there could be a more prosaic explanation for the strange lights ion the sky.
He said: “We have to take into account there is a Marine Core Air Station in Yuma, Arizona, which could be dropping flares over their 3,000 acres of military land.
“It is hard to say unless the eyewitness went in that direction to find out.
“I really wish he did or gave us some indication of the exact location.”
However, Waring remains convinced the grainy amateur clip purported to have been taken on January 22, 2020.
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He said: “Can these be UFOs? Oh hell yeah, such reports, videos and photos of this type of glowing alien craft exist going back many decades.
“I just cannot see the military flying and dropping flares in such bad overcast foggy weather, so .
“Also the fact these lights are in triangle formation makes me confident they are not flares. Flares are most often dropped in lines.”
Waring claims the video was posted by a friend on Youtube called Willease.
Waring added: “He is a trustworthy guy who insures he posts original and authentic footage.”
In the shorter than two minute clip a male voice off camera is heard to say: “This looks interesting.
“There are, two, three, four, five, six lights flying over Yuma and I really do not know what they are.”
The footage is then acknowledged by the same voice this could be explained by the poor quality of the camera.
The unnamed narrator added: “You know what they say about fuzzy UFO pictures.”
The six lights are then seen to apparently switch off one by one.
He then says: “They are probably same sort of flare that stays in the sky for some reason.”