Two Cigar UFOs Caught on Tape in Mexico?
Good news for all you 3D fanatics (if any of you still exist), you can watch this video in 3D! So now you can go dig out you’re old 90’s style pair of 3D glasses that you got from the movie theater after you watched that one crappy movie when you were a little kid (coughspykids3cough), and you can watch this video and feel like the UFO is actually coming out of your computer screen trying to abduct you. But regardless if you’re wearing 3D glasses or not, let’s all head on over to Mexico (possibly Guadalajara, though I’m not sure if that’s the city this video was shot in) where on October 25th, 2013 at around 4:25 p.m., a man recorded a video which shows two cigar UFOs. The two glinting objects can been seen hovering very close to each other, with one closely in front of the other. Clouds roll by, covering the view of the objects, but also showing that they aren’t moving with the wind current like the clouds are. Some have speculated that these aren’t two objects, but one large craft that is splitting into two. The video ends when some thick clouds block the UFOs and the cameraman looses sight of the objects.
Anyone remember when YouTube had that “cross-eyed 3D” option? You would cross your eyes and watch the video in 3D that way. I still don’t understand how they expected anyone to actually sit through an entire video, cross-eyed. But I digress, let’s talk about these UFOs. So while the video really only shows these two object floating in the sky (how riveting), I have to say that this is some pretty good footage. I’m having a hard time deciding if these are two objects, or one that’s splitting into two. I think I’m leaning towards the former, but that’s just me. Now, what could these objects be? Well, as to be expected, people are saying that these are just weather/atmospheric balloons. My only problems with that theory is 1) the shape, and 2) the objects don’t move with the wind currents (at least they don’t appear to be). I’ve seen a weather balloon in the daytime sky before, and why they do look very similar, the shape of these two objects just doesn’t match up. Weather balloons are usually round, like a standard party balloon, while these things are cigar shaped. Plus, these objects don’t appear to be going with the wind current like the clouds are. Maybe they’re being blown in a different direction, but it appears that these two crafts aren’t affected by the wind. So, overall, I feel that this video actually shows some strange crafts floating in the sky that don’t appear to be balloons or any type of known craft, at least to me. But what do you think? Does this video show two alien crafts floating above Mexico, or are they just two weather/atmospheric balloons that were mistaken for UFOs?
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