Friday, December 14th, 2012

UFOs Caught On Video Over Brooklyn and San Francisco

Finally, one of the millions of video-equipped smart phones in Brooklyn have caught an unidentified flying object hovering over some of the world's priciest real estate. Why do the alien monsters want to live where everyone else wants to live?

It is not a coincidence that similar formations of eerie lights are also being seen (and video recorded) over the Mission District in San Francisco. And there's video of that, too.

In both videos, the voices of the observers are perfect for their respective neighborhoods. In the Brooklyn clip, various semi-stoned people express their amazement while a woman about a half block away is shouting, again and again, that these ain't no Chinese lanterns. Perhaps it is truly the right time for the White House to begin work on a Death Star.

And in the above clip from 16th and Valencia at the heart of the incredibly expensive barrio, it sounds basically like Marc Zuckerburg saying "dude?!" and "what is that?!" repeatedly while others mutter in Spanish.

Have you seen these black triangles of eerie and potentially alien lights? Are they surveillance drones or Chinese lanterns or maybe hundred dollar bills the rich are setting on fire and letting float away with the chilly winds?

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The Mission District and Brooklyn, eh? This has guerrilla marketing stunt written all over it. Probably for a video game.

Paul Morse@facebook (#240,162)

@Alexandre Yenni@facebook my guess is for "Pacific Rim"

Paul Morse@facebook (#240,162)

@Alexandre Yenni@facebook scratch that. awful guess

I have been seeing these here in Georgia. Saw them last night and again tonight. Also last week. They will occasionally get super bright and strobe. Lots of them in the sky. Got video but not as good as this. They also line up like they are doing in the California video posted above. Oh and Alexandre your retarded IJS.

josh_speed (#97)

i would not have been the least surprised–in the 'this ain't no chinese lantern' scenario–if the kids from scooby-do had wandered into the frame.

sarahanson (#240,164)

UFO? I can't believe it.

mc cool_friend (#235,733)

There was an article in my local paper about strange lights not TOO long ago, kind of similar to these. I believe at the time it was just written off as the ramblings of that particular type of slightly batty, slightly new age leaning, sixty something rich lady. This was in Naples, FL. What specific and exclusive taste these aliens have in real estate.

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