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Pilot films mystery lights over South China Sea

By T.K. Randall
December 7, 2021 · Comment icon 16 comments

What could these objects be ? Image Credit: YouTube / UFO Casebook
A pilot flying over the Pacific has captured footage of several sets of lights moving in formation through the clouds.
The footage, which can be viewed below, shows what appear to be three distinct groups of lights - twelve in total - moving together in the same direction, with some briefly disappearing and reappearing as they move through the clouds.

The clip was reportedly filmed over the South China Sea, however few additional details have emerged.

The pilot (and presumably the co-pilot) can also be heard discussing the spectacle.

"I don't know what that is," one of them remarks.
"That is some weird s***t," the other replies.

Radio chatter can also briefly be heard in the background.

It currently remains unclear exactly what the lights actually are; some have speculated that they could be sets of flares fired up from a ship and caught by the wind, while others maintain that they are physical aircraft of some kind flying in formation.

Whatever the case, it's certainly an interesting piece of footage.

Source: Mirror | Comments (16)

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Comment icon #7 Posted by ChrLzs 3 years ago
I'd love to see the real, uncompressed original video.  Frankly, my spider senses say it's CG, and given the things are featureless, presumably there is zero corroboration (no-one else on the plane saw/filmed it?) - then it's a dead end - may as well be CGI, as adding little white dots and having them autotracked against the background is dead set easy.  
Comment icon #8 Posted by qxcontinuum 3 years ago
South China sea , exactly where problems between China and Taiwan is and where USA has sent its most precious Intel....
Comment icon #9 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic 3 years ago
Just as China investigate a cube shaped hut on the moon.  The lights are from the intergalactic craps championship committe and they need to know if Zog had rolled a six or a four. There's lots of trillium pesos riding on the outcome and they're a bit embarrassed they lost the second dice.
Comment icon #10 Posted by Skulduggery 3 years ago
I saw this a day or two ago on YouTube and it looked like CG to me. It was indeed my first thought, but I am not a trained expert so I don't know.
Comment icon #11 Posted by tortugabob 3 years ago
Yep police drone formation for sure. Nothing to see here people. Move along.
Comment icon #12 Posted by aztek 3 years ago
foo fighters are back. and not the rock band
Comment icon #13 Posted by Freez1 3 years ago
I watched it a few times what I noticed was they all seem to connected and it didn�t really look like it was part of the background clouds as if it was a reflection or digital fake.
Comment icon #14 Posted by NCC1701 3 years ago
It could be flares on parachutes shot up from a ship every few seconds. They seem to be moving but that is caused by the plane moving fast
Comment icon #15 Posted by Silver Surfer 3 years ago
It's just a group of common Pterodactyls
Comment icon #16 Posted by ChrLzs 3 years ago
No, but you're close - I think it was the much rarer Pterodactylus illuminati, the Luminous Pterodactyl.  Although rare, they fly in very organised formations, called 'fleets' to distinguish them from boring flocks of birds..

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