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Halloween UFO sighted at Stonehenge

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Eldorado

 A mysterious video that shows a UFO flying towards Stonehenge has gone viral on the internet. The video was apparently shot by Tash Minto and her partner Tony Waterhouse who were driving on the A303 just outside Mere, Wiltshire on October 31, 2020.

Full monty at the IB Times: Link

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acute

So..... The Utah Monolith finally took off, eh?  B)

 

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diddyman68
57 minutes ago, acute said:

So..... The Utah Monolith finally took off, eh?  B)

 

Yeh,could be the utah filing cabinet.

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L.A.T.1961

My guess, part of the moon seen through cloud.

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astrobeing
57 minutes ago, L.A.T.1961 said:

My guess, part of the moon seen through cloud.

Or the sun. Sometimes you can get very horizontal clouds with gaps in them like this.

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the13bats

Could it be an internal lighted blimp type idea?

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Mr Walker
8 hours ago, L.A.T.1961 said:

My guess, part of the moon seen through cloud.

That was my thought also. I've seen very similar  here. It didn't seem to be moving at all  

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toast

Han Solo accelerating his YT-1300 heading Oslo.

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Essan
10 hours ago, L.A.T.1961 said:

My guess, part of the moon seen through cloud.

Assuming they were driving ENE along the A303, it's roughly where the rising full Moon (partially hidden by clouds) should be .....    This would also explain why such a prominent light source wasn't noticed by anyone else as being anything out of the ordinary.    

Also worth noting that the light source remains out of focus throughout.

If they were driving in a WSW direction then it's a different story!

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mesuma

I was about to say ffs that's car headlights damn it.

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Bathtub

Almost certainly that's the rising moon - and when sightings can't be explained by something natural in that part of the world, they're often to do with military exercises over Salisbury Plain.

Bringing Stonehenge into it is pure clickbait - it's 20 miles from Mere.

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MissJatti

Fake... because we see the light 2.5 secs into the clip, and the camera zooms into the area where the light is at about 5.5 secs into the video. That tells me at some things not right here.

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tortugabob

Looks just like that blimp the idiots in New Jersey were excited about several months ago.  That or a full moon that was partially exposed between two cloud banks.  Nothing to see here people. Don't waste your time watching this one.

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astrobeing
1 minute ago, tortugabob said:

Nothing to see here people. Don't waste your time watching this one.

It looked interesting, whatever it was.

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moonman
On 11/25/2020 at 4:55 PM, L.A.T.1961 said:

My guess, part of the moon seen through cloud.

Thats exactly what I thought. At some points you can almost see a line of clouds that leads up to the bottom of it.

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astrobeing
23 minutes ago, moonman said:

Thats exactly what I thought. At some points you can almost see a line of clouds that leads up to the bottom of it.

And we did have a blue Moon on Halloween.

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