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Lightning strikes UFO in New Year's Eve video


Posted on Saturday, 9 January, 2016 | Comment icon 16 comments

The object appeared to be struck by lightning. Image Credit: Marie Mela / YouTube / Viral MTV
Footage recorded at the beginning of the year seems to show lightning hitting a glowing orb in the sky.
The video was filmed by student Marie Mela in the Mostviertel area of Lower Austria where she, along with a group of her friends and colleagues, had been celebrating New Year.

A few seconds in to the recording Mela pans the camera up in to the sky to record a firework, but after the rocket explodes a strange blue orb-like object can be seen hovering in the air.

A second later a sudden lightning strike hits the object, causing it to start glowing.

The video has proven quite popular since appearing online however reactions to it have been mixed with critics arguing that the footage could have very easily been hoaxed.

A local weather expert has also confirmed that there had been no lightning in the area at the time.


Source: Independent | Comments (16)

Tags: UFO, Lightning, Austria


 
Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #7 Posted by PersonFromPorlock on 10 January, 2016, 0:57
Real or Fake? Who knows anymore... But the couple that continues to dance and is unaffected by the entire lighting/thunder going on kinda baffles me, unless they're drunk as ****. When you're a certain age, a dance partner can be very distracting.
Comment icon #8 Posted by MissJatti on 10 January, 2016, 8:40
seems like this orb uses lightening as energy
Comment icon #9 Posted by darkmoonlady on 11 January, 2016, 9:15
That is 100% fake, it looks like a viral marketing video.
Comment icon #10 Posted by geonerd on 16 January, 2016, 17:27
It is photoshop. The lightening bolt is partially blocked when the orb is photoshopped into the fireworks video. Nice try.
Comment icon #11 Posted by DingoLingo on 16 January, 2016, 17:30
ok the serious question is.. why would the young generation be listening to Strauss on new years eve? that alone makes it bogus
Comment icon #12 Posted by regeneratia on 1 February, 2016, 3:54
Hmm!
Comment icon #13 Posted by Sir Wearer of Hats on 1 February, 2016, 10:45
ok the serious question is.. why would the young generation be listening to Strauss on new years eve? that alone makes it bogus Well who are they going go listen to? Mozart? Put some thought into this man!!
Comment icon #14 Posted by Stubbly_Dooright on 1 February, 2016, 21:15
Whether it's doctored or not, ................. St. Elmo's fire? Ball lighting? And whether lighting was not reported, what if it was just one strike. Can that be recorded?
Comment icon #15 Posted by toast on 1 February, 2016, 21:22
ok the serious question is.. why would the young generation be listening to Strauss on new years eve? that alone makes it bogus Because the Kaiser Walzer is the real Punk Music.
Comment icon #16 Posted by Hybodus on 31 March, 2016, 3:14
Incredible!


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