Broome police, in Australia’s far north-west, shared CCTV footage of a bizarre looking object in the sky on Twitter – and many were quick to claim it was a UFO. The video shows a bright object tilted on its side during a thunderstorm on Saturday night. Police captioned it saying: ‘After reviewing CCTV at town beach of last night’s storm, it appears we are not alone.‘
After reviewing CCTV at town beach of last nights storm, it appears we were not alone 🔭🛸🛸🛸🛸 pic.twitter.com/Efh6SuPX7S— Broome Police (@BroomePol) February 17, 2019
The round illuminated object appears in the corner of the screen as lightning strikes.
It hovers in the sky during the storm before disappearing into the distance just seconds later.
Twitter users have been trying to come up with possible explanations, with some saying it is probably just the reflection of a car’s headlights on the camera at the beach.
‘Not sure if it’s area 51 replica vehicle or an intergalatic vehicle. Insane footage!‘ one Twitter user said.
Another asked: ‘A nice bit of video! How does this optical illusion occur? Refraction, reflection, ionosphere?‘.
Another commented:’You know it’s just light refraction from the reversing 4WD right?‘
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1. In 1966, over 300 school students and teachers at Westall High School in Melbourne said they saw a UFO flying in the sky before it disappeared behind some trees.
2. In 1966, a farmer claims he saw a UFO when he was riding his tractor. He said an hour prior to his sighting, his dog had been acting very strange.
3. In 1978, the disappearance of Pilot Frederick Valentich led to questioning whether UFO’s exist. He departed Moorabbin in Victoria and was planning to fly to King Island. Frederick reported something flying over him: ‘It seems to be playing some sort of game. He’s flying over me.’
4. In 1988, the Knowles family were driving through outback South Australia and claimed there was a UFO flying above them for 90 minutes before landing on the roof of the car and pulling them into the air.
5. In 1993, Kelly Cahill was driving home in Melbourne and claims she saw a beam of lights hovering ahead of her. She than said when she woke she had lost an hour of time.