Possible UFO Spotted in Jerusalem?

3 Feb

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a good UFO/alien video on here, so here is the newest one sweeping the interwebs. A bright light seen over the center of Jerusalem that came down, sat there for about 20 seconds, then after flashing a light, zoomed back up high into the sky in an instant. As crazy as that sounds, it was caught on film by MULTIPLE people, and judging by some comments on the YouTube videos, all of Jerusalem saw this thing. Specialists have already begun to analyze the videos. Check out the videos and judge for yourself:

More angles of the UFO after the jump!

Two different angles synced together:

Some Americans closer to it:

All angles synced:


So what is it? Leave your comments/thoughts below!


4 Responses to “Possible UFO Spotted in Jerusalem?”

  1. mervdiddy February 3, 2011 at 8:55 pm #

    Iranian spy drone?

  2. Anthony February 3, 2011 at 9:07 pm #

    Ok some of the other videos at least looked a little real… if you watch that close up video it sounds soooo scripted and even looks computer animated. The first thing some girl says like 1 second after the light appears is “ooo is that a UFO???”. And then the rest of the dialogue is so stupid. “We have those in Mississippi!” They don’t even sound surprised. They sound like they are watching fireworks instead of something that could possibly be a real UFO.

  3. Ghudson February 3, 2011 at 11:15 pm #

    Yeah I agree Anthony on the Americans. I’ve talked with some of my video friends and they’ve all said how difficult it is to create a light object like that, especially on a choppy/moving video. Add to that they did it with three different angles? Either this was an amazingly well planned hoax, a weird UFO/military thing, or just a new viral campaign. We’ll find out…hopefully.

    And yes, def Iranian Jeff, haha

  4. Justin February 4, 2011 at 1:48 am #

    I think the general consensus is that the “Mississippi” video is a fake, since the 6-spoked flares coming off of the street lights (apparently a photo artifact that comes from the use of hexagonal apertures in cameras) seem totally static (they don’t rotate with the camera as they would in a real video), and the background in general looks strikingly like a photograph you can easily find on google image search.

    The best theory I’ve seen is that the “Mississippi” video is a fake that was put out to intentionally cast doubt on the whole event. It looks purposefully bad so that any joe on the street sees the video, associates it with the other far more persuasive looking videos, and dismisses the whole sighting. Who would do this? Well, either a ufo-sighting debunker who wanted to show how to make an easy fake, or perhaps the government, trying to make the event look ridiculous so that nobody would believe it.

    The 4th video released is amazing…just look at the lighting as it moves across the buildings, particularly the way it recedes when the object jumps away into the sky. Amazing special effects if its just a silly hoax.

    Several people claiming to have been in Jerusalem that night are chiming in on the video comment sections, saying they saw the event with their own eyes.


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