November 13th, 2015: A UFO hunter from Melbourne Australia captured an anomaly on his night vision camera that he was shooting the skies with that could be a UFO Mother Ship. The large, triangle shaped craft appears in the lower corner of the frame, and hovers for a few minutes before fading out again. UFO Lou, who uploaded the video says “Never seen anything like this before. Object seems static. Simply appears, lasts a few minutes, then vanishes. Massive in size.”
Could the video show a mega structure UFO? Some commenters believe so, and theorize that the ship was using a cloaking device that was briefly turned off.
Uploader UFO Lou says in the video description “Can’t rule out the possibility of some kind of reflection?”. That is a possibility, or worse yet, a computer animated hoax.
The question I would have would be why does it just fade in, and then fade out? Is it having a problem with its cloaking system? Did it intend to send us (or someone on earth) a message? The simple fact that it doesn’t do anything accept fade in and then out has me suspect. Maybe if it had flown through frame, or faded in and then flew off, I would less doubtful.
UFO Lou’s other video, explaining how he built his night vision set up, could also explain the appearance of the object. With all the reflective material used, and the lack of precision in the manufacture, and assemble, one must wonder if his lens system is truly light tight or if light leaks can cause reflections to appear?
Conversely, If it is an object, the implications are startling. I have watched the international space station go by overhead before, and it looks like a fast moving star. If a 356 foot long structure is the size of a star, this was 10 times that size at least. (that is if it was in approximately the same orbit. If it was lower in our atmosphere it would be smaller)
What do you think the object captured in UFO Lou’s video is? Alien Mother ship, Secret Weapon, optical illusion, hoax, or natural phenomena? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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