A video has shown orange lights in the sky over Calgary, sparking a UFO hunt. Residents of Calgary, in the Alberta province, were stunned to see strange lights acting erratically in the night’s sky. The objects appear to dance and flicker before seemingly vanishing.
Eyewitnesses claim the lights were there for at least 15 minutes, with some believing they were of extraterrestrial origin.
One unnamed witness reported the sighting to the UFO investigation network MUFON.
The person said: “At 1.15am my wife and I witnessed a bank of lights in the NE sky from our bedroom. The lights were in a shape of a bow or boomerang.
“They were hovering under the clouds about 30 km from my location. The lights started to change shape, grouping together and fazing out.
“They would return a few minutes later and do similar actions for a fed more minutes. Total duration was 15-17 minutes.”
Prominent alien hunter Scott C Waring saw the eyewitness report, and let his imagination run wild.
Mr Waring believes the sighting is conclusive proof of aliens and that the ETs even have a base beneath the city.
Mr Waring wrote on UFO Sightings Daily: “This video is a bit grainy and shot on an older phone, but it still tells us a lot.
“First off it is changing shape, from a boomerang shape to a round shape.
“From several objects to a single large object. Also since it was taken at 1.15am, any chance of it being a sunset are gone.
“When I enlarge the screenshots of the UFOs, I see the craft itself is made from a brown metal, which if lit up, could appear orange from a long distance.
“This is not one craft, but two or more. I really wish the guy caught footage of them going up or disappearing.
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“It would tell us where they went, if they disappear, they get transported underground to an alien city under Calgary. 100 percent proof aliens exist in Canada.”
While Mr Waring was convinced by the sighting, others were not so.
One person simply wrote on Mr Waring’s video: “Flares”.
Indeed on closer inspection, the lights could simply be flares of lanterns being pushed around in the wind.
The erratic dips in brightness could easily be explained by the fact a huge grey cloud is also visible in the video, which could be passing over and through the flares or lantern, giving the illusion they are disappearing.
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