UFO researchers release video of strange craft hovering in night sky over NC town


Video of yet another claimed UFO sighting over North Carolina has hit YouTube, this time in Columbus, a Polk County town 85 miles west of Charlotte.

By Mark Price
April 05, 2018 06:59 AM
Updated April 05, 2018 09:54 AM

The video, shot at night, features a hovering v-shaped object illuminated by six lights.
“Whatever it is, it seems to be dropping,” says the unidentified man behind the camera. “I’d like to know what the heck those six lights are.”
The YouTube channel The Hidden Underbelly referred to the object as  a “huge mother ship.”
The black and white video is nearly five minutes long. It was posted April 3 on YouTube by the Mutual UFO Network. The video is credited to the UFO Institute.

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The lack of reference points or landscape etc. do make this clip difficult to analyse except to say that it fits the general appearance of a typical “hovering triangle” type of ufo and gives the impression of being a single solid object bearing lights.

Any ideas/guesses?

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