Cincinnati UFO

October 4, 2012 by  

Cincinnati UFO, A peculiar Cincinnati UFO case has been solved by the very person who uploaded the original video on YouTube, according to NBC News. The mysterious lights that appeared over the Ohio city had captured the fertile imaginations of UFO enthusiasts for quite a few days. Unfortunately for those who were hoping these lights were the sign of intelligent life in outer space, chances are your dreams of making extraterrestrial contact will have to carry on unfulfilled.

The spooky event, which was captured in a parking lot, features a handful of spooky lights dancing about in the heavens. Although they appear to have sort of otherworldly origin, there’s actually a very logical explanation for the phenomenon. Instead of UFOs, there’s a very strong possibility these lights were generated from a group of skydivers who were performing a pyro show at an area high school. This Cincinnati UFO case has apparently been solved by the very man who helped spread the news.

Although this particular instance of unidentified flying objects has been given a proper explanation, people are still a little concerned about the pink UFOs that were spotted by an eagle-eyed Google Street View user. The strange image, which has been explained away as a simple case of lens flare, is certainly a bit unsettling. What makes the case even more peculiar is that the same pinkish flying saucer was spotted in the skies over Arizona, nearly 1,000 miles away from the original sighting in Jacksonville, Texas.

In 2010, New Yorkers thought aliens were descending upon the masses after a series of mysterious lights were spotted by countless individuals with a hankering for otherworldly contact. Instead of visitors from a distant planet, the UFOs were nothing more than a handful of party balloons that had escaped into the atmosphere. Roughly an hour after they made their ascent into the heavens, people began reporting the flying objects.

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