By Myth & Mystery | Guest Post
A new video from 39,000 feet (11,887 meters) altitude circulating social media last week shows a dozen unidentified flying objects (UFOs) flying over the South China Sea near Hong Kong and disappearing into the clouds. As the sun rises, the film first shows nine lights moving across the sky in three organized rows. The closest object then disappears, before three more objects reappear on the outside of the formation.
The 53-second video, filmed by a pilot on November 24 and reported by the pilot to the UFO tracking website UFO Stalker on December 4, shows three sets of four mysterious light formations flying in the distance above the clouds. The mysterious lights appeared to be three sets of three lights, but evolved into four lights in each set.
The pilot can be heard saying, “I don’t know what that is,” and adds: “That is some weird s***”. The video ends with the alleged UFOs vanishing from thin air, to which the pilot says “gone”.
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