UFOs? UFO Real?

According to a recent article in Britain’s The Daily Mail, a recent UFO mothership was spotted flying above a West London BBC building. Maybe it was looking to be on the next episode of Dr. Who or something, or perhaps it was just seeking some publicity. But it wasn’t the Beeb that caught them; rather it was just someone walking by who caught them on his mobile phone camera. Probably not exactly the publicity they were after although clearly if it’s been reported here in the Mail…

What was spotted was three white dots, forming some kind of triangle followed by another two other white dots, approximately the same size and then a larger, brighter, slower moving, “disc-shaped white object appears, circles around briefly and zips off.” The video then shows five people gathering the scene when a Scottish male voice is heard saying “UFO.”

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A 31-year-old user originally uploaded the video to YouTube but now it has been put up by a user called EllasVirgo, who is a self-described farmer from Australia. The text in the video read: “UFOs Over London BBC Radio 1 Building. 'Right – took over a week to get it….but finally managed to get these critters on camera on a clear day, and even get a close-up 'It seems to be attracting quite a crowd now when they appear 'Can anyone explain what on earth these lights are please?”


James Fishman has been involved in the world of online magazines for more than 15 years. He helped launch Sunstone Online and continues to improve the magazine as site editor and administrator. His writing focuses primarily business and technology. To be in touch with James, feel free to contact him at james[at]sunstoneonline.com.

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