Strange UFO Sighting Over Beach In Netherlands Appears On Camera
There are a whole range of possibilities when it comes to UFO photos and videos, so many that it would be boring to list them all here. Everything from video editing, to staged, natural and ordinary objects being mistaken for extraterrestrial outer space technology.
In this video we see young adventurers having a good time in their off road vehicles spot something flying through the air, and naturally intrigued, video record it. We can suspend criticism of the shaky quality of the video, because they are amateurs and they are recording from their vehicles, which we see and hear. Forgiven.
It’s a good bet that the subject of their inquisitiveness isn’t video editing, but an actual thing in the sky. It’s the “what is it” piece of the puzzle that we should be solving. The sky is blue, with a gauzy overlay of high cirrostratus clouds. It’s a delightful sunny day. We are not going to impugn the reputations of those involved. Have they captured the scout of an invading Vogon Destructor Fleet? Shouldn’t they be running for cover (even if only to give them the false sense of security a few minutes before the earth is vaporized)? Meh…probably not.
The flight trajectory looks almost like the object is wind born…hmmm. Also, hate to say it, but we’re seeing quite a few of these types of videos lately. Especially after birthday parties and weddings, perhaps? Are you getting the drift of where this is going? If you guessed mylar party balloons, which can hold helium for a really long time, you’re not just getting warm, you’re spot on.
Everything about the flying thing in the video screams “Hey, dudes, I’m a balloon. Get over it!” Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It…it’s a balloon! Yet, the fun will never be over with UFO videos. We are all entitled to our analyses. Some might argue that the unidentified object is not traveling in a straight line, but is zig-zagging. They can prove it by the way it moves against the clouds. Some true believers might cite other subtle cues, possibly claiming high speeds that a floating balloon would be impossible to achieve, or what looks like a brief descent and then quick elevation. It’s actually hard to predict what UFOlogists can come up with to “prove” a thing on film (“film” being an outdated term, really) is actually the flying vehicle of little green men.
Videos like this one give us endless sport in the game of “what is it?” with critics debunking, and believes re-bunking! As long as there are amateur videographers without a proper zoom lens and a tripod capture strange things flying or floating through the skies, whipping out their cell phones from the backs of moving off road vehicles on bumpy roads, there will be no dry spells when it comes to enjoying home UFO movies.
Our advice to the cheery young people enjoying this pastime is…keep the cameras rolling!