Low-Flying UFO Filmed Over Adriatic Sea Disappears Into Thin Air

AudioColorWorld Published September 25, 2015 475,824 Plays

Rumble / Weird MysteriesThe world and its galaxy has many mysteries that will probably remain mysteries for many years to come. With a several unknowns out there, people have taken the liberty to attribute phenomenons to things that are unknown, one of them being UFOs and aliens. Science is getting closer and closer each day to proving that there may in fact be intelligent life out there beyond our planet, but for now it is not confirmed.

Here we have apparent footage featuring a low-flying unidentified object speeding over the Adriatic Sea. The sight was captured during a boat trip from the Island of Pag to mainland Croatia. For all you outer space lovers out there, this video will definitely get you going! With tons of these kinds of videos being busted for editing, there are still a bunch out there that haven't.

Raw footage featuring a low-flying unidentified object speeding over the Adriatic Sea left us dazzled and confused. However, with today’s advanced technology this may be the work of video editing. On the other hand though, it could be a strange phenomena or proof of aliens?

It is curious how this unidentified flying object disappears into thin air and it seems like it vanished underneath the water surface. This video loops three times, the original footage, the slow motion footage and the zoomed in footage. After watching all three of them, we are a little bit worried about the real story behind this phenomena!

What do you think it could be? Real UFO or job well done? Let us know in the comment section!

Check out this low-flying UFO in Croatia.

5 COMMENTS

  • Equinefine, 2 years ago

    Phony phony phony! All these fake UFO videos. If people would learn more about physics and the way things work they just might be believable! There wasn't even a splash!

    3 rumbles
  • Giggle, 2 years ago

    In general, most UFO videos are boring because they are fake.

    2 rumbles
  • patrick65, 1 year ago

    Looked believable until it started to dive into the water. Then it looked fake as hell.

    3 rumbles
  • skyllexkonto, 31 weeks ago

    unknown obiect flying :)

    2 rumbles
  • Giggle, 19 weeks ago

    Weird that the water doesn't break as the object enters the water. It descends slowly, but for some reason is instantly below the water without having to actually enter the water. There is a lame "splashing" effect, but the object doesn't actually break surface tension. I'm calling CGI trickery on this one.

    1 rumble