In the video, the pilot can be heard saying, ‘I don’t know what that is.’ The 53-second video ends with the mysterious light disappearing. The pilot was reportedly flying at an altitude of 39000 feet. He was near Hong Kong, when he saw all the lights flying together at a distance. These lights were coming from some unknown aircraft.
A pilot claims he saw a fleet of #UFOs over the Pacific Ocean. The video was shot at around 39,000 feet. ,
the suspected #alien aircraft took the form of ‘weird’ rotating lights moving across the sky. ,
What are your thoughts on the footage? , pic.twitter.com/N0I2WS2kYq
— Chillz TV (@ChillzTV) December 7, 2021
The video has been viewed more than 1 lakh times so far and there has been a lot of speculation on it.
A user named @Kene4USA wrote, “At first I thought about the cockpit glass refaction… but no… it’s not that. Now I’m wondering, could this have been retaliatory military action?”
At first I thought cockpit glass reflection… but no… it’s not consistent with that.
Now I’m thinking, could it have been a military countermeasure exercise? https://t.co/8hKErpf7zc
— The Arbiter of Truth and Science (@Kane4USA) December 8, 2021
Another user @SalLidD00D rubbished the idea that the lights were a reflection from the cockpit. The user said that if this was the case then people would have seen him from the beginning.
You couldn’t see the lights until the pilot zoomed in. If it was a reflection, you’d see the lights from the beginning. So no. Not a reflection
— …. (@SalLidD00D) December 8, 2021
A user named @TryshaKehoe2 wrote “swimming angels”
A report in American Military News said that the pilot told UFO Stalker, a UFO tracking website, about the video on December 4.
According to a report in The Independent, US Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines said last month that she would not rule out the possibility of extra-terrestrial life. He had said, “There is always this question ‘Is there something else that we don’t understand.
According to The Independent, mysterious objects have been seen in the sky in the past, but no official statement has been made about it.