A UFO video captured in Ohio has emerged showing what appears to be an alien craft hovering over a US military base last week in the skies as it was floating in the air with its end pointing downwards. There were odd markings on the side of the UFO as observers watched in shock.
The video doesn’t reveal much about the object after it was recorded by Secure Team 10, a team of researchers who describe themselves as bringing revelation of the alien phenomenon to the masses, Courier Mail reports. There are other recordings of the same UFO sighting with different sources in the same area.
Tyler Glockner was heard telling in the Ohio UFO video that it was the same craft. For him, there is no doubt in his mind that this is either an alien craft or a very strange drone, which he highly doubts.
He also suggested that the object could be from this planet. However he called it: “A back engineered alien craft that’s being tested by some black project over at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.”
Glockner could be referring to the video filmed last near the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base ten miles from Dayton. Since 1947, this base has been subject of numerous tales about UFO’s and aliens. And between 1947 and 1969, the Air Force listed 12,618 sightings of strange phenomena with 701 of them classed as “unidentified.”
UFO sightings are not unusual. An online UFO community claimed that a craft was caught on the International Space Station live streaming recently which was eventually cut-off by NASA. There were many other incidents that were left with questions and most of them denied by NASA, FOX News reported.
These occurrences seemingly suggest that there’s a strong unidentified presence lurking around. The pair who captured the video are clearly shocked by the sight of the “craft” floating in the air with its pointed end and strange markings.
The Secure Team 10 site stated that a woman who lived in Dayton, Ohio for years prior to 1964 had a grandmother who confirmed the Roswell remains were stored in Ohio. The information was supposedly given to her grandmother by a high ranking officer and close friend who had retired from the base.
These sightings were recorded in Project Blue Book, the Air Force’s files on UFO sightings and investigations. Headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the program reportedly only had a handful of staff who were overworked.
Some people suggest that the Ohio UFO video was recorded by a team of researchers as a hoax to gain traffic to their website and other material. Here’s the video everyone is talking about. You decide.
It came to light in 2015, when amateur historian John Greenewald posted more than 100,000 pages of the documents to his website. He had spent nearly two decades requesting declassified information from the US government regarding UFOs. Started in 1952, the project was given a termination order in December 1969 - and all activity under the study ceased in January 1970.
Perth Now Video said the Ohio UFO video is 13 minutes long, with a blue flying object that disappears a number of times, logically because of the clouds. The woman taking the video is heard saying, “It looks like it’s moving in the clouds.”