A YouTuber who specializes in UFO sightings and conspiracies has shared new footage of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs) that he claims are “pretty interesting” and worth discussing. The videos, which were allegedly taken in Indonesia and Canada, show saucer-shaped objects hovering in the sky and dropping something out of their underside, respectively.
The YouTuber, who goes by the handle “UFO conspiracies” and has a separate channel for such content, uploaded the clips on his main channel with the promise of more to come. He tells his viewers that finding the whole footage of these sightings can be difficult but he has managed to zoom in and slow down the videos to highlight the details of the objects.
The first video, allegedly filmed in June 2022 in Indonesia, shows a shiny disc-like object that appears to be floating in mid-air. The YouTuber zooms in and out of the object, revealing a faint glow underneath it and a circular bottom that seems to match the classic saucer shape associated with UFOs. He speculates that the object may be similar to the “sport model” that Bob Lazar, a controversial whistleblower, claimed to have worked on in Area 51. The YouTuber invites his audience to comment on what they think the object is and whether it could be extraterrestrial in origin.
The second video, which has no exact date but was reportedly shot in Canada, shows a similar saucer-shaped object hovering over a neighborhood. Suddenly, the object drops something out of its underside that the YouTuber describes as looking like trash. He zooms in on the dropped object, which opens up to release more objects before falling to the ground. The YouTuber wonders what the object could be dropping and whether it could be related to other cases of UFOs dropping things, which he says he has seen in other clips.
While the videos have not been independently verified or confirmed as genuine, they add to the growing body of UFO sightings that have been reported and documented in recent years. The US government, for instance, has released several declassified videos of UAPs that have puzzled military pilots and researchers. The videos have sparked renewed interest in the possibility of extraterrestrial life and technology, although skeptics argue that most sightings can be explained by natural or man-made phenomena.
The YouTuber urges his audience to like, subscribe, and share his videos to help him reach a thousand subscribers, which he seems to consider a milestone. He promises more videos like this and asks for feedback from his followers. Whether the videos represent genuine evidence of UFOs or just hoaxes or misidentifications, they show that the fascination with the unknown and the unexplained continues to captivate and intrigue people across the globe.