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Clip of saucer-shaped 'UFO' goes viral on TikTok

July 17, 2022 | Comment icon 13 comments



Is this a cloud, a promo for a movie, or something else ? Image Credit: TikTok / neshahiggins
Footage of a large disc-shaped object emerging from the clouds has racked up millions of views on social media.
The clip, which was posted up by TikTok user Nesha Higgins, shows a very thin, very wide 'flying saucer' emerging from a large clump of clouds somewhere over the United States.

"What is that ? It's the craziest s**t I've ever seen in my life," a female voice can be heard saying.

The video soon went viral, with the original TikTok video attracting 451,000 'likes' and a re-upload on Twitter receiving almost 4 million views at the time of writing.
Some social media users have suggested that the footage could be some form of marketing for director Jordan Peele's upcoming science-fiction horror movie 'Nope', however the man himself actually replied to the posting on Twitter, writing "That one's not mine."

In truth, the most likely explanation for the phenomenon is that it is a lenticular cloud - a type of cloud that appears as a vivid disc-shaped formation that can often be mistaken for a UFO.

@neshahiggins #ufo #ufosky #area51 ♬ original sound - Nesha Higgins


Source: Unilad.co.uk | Comments (13)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #4 Posted by the13bats 24 days ago
Okay clue me in are tiktok users a cult like gathering of the most intellectually devoid people on the planet?
Comment icon #5 Posted by Freez1 23 days ago
Cloud
Comment icon #6 Posted by CloudSix 23 days ago
Looks cool, probably a cloud.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Zebra3 23 days ago
That and Reddit.
Comment icon #8 Posted by HSlim 22 days ago
Short answer? Yes. Long answer? Also yes.
Comment icon #9 Posted by curiouse 19 days ago
I call BS.
Comment icon #10 Posted by preacherman76 18 days ago
The video is a bit more impressive that this photo, but yeah probably the same thing. That would be really cool to see first hand. I dont blame them for filming it.
Comment icon #11 Posted by maggythekitty 5 days ago
I would not believe anything i have seen on tiktok Its like that tiktok channel who claims to be a time traveller. Really hokey that if you have such amazing evidence/experience you would just resort to posting it on tiktok
Comment icon #12 Posted by the13bats 5 days ago
Because..if one posts utter rubbish as truth on tiktok the followers believe every word of it, if they tried to take it mainstream they would be laughed at perhaps held for psychological examinations and even locked away for a rest.
Comment icon #13 Posted by Sir Wearer of Hats 5 days ago
Ohh praise the lord. Its not shot on potato cam.


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