Cigar-shaped object caught on video as it descended in the western sky, according to an Oklahoma witness near Tulsa. The witness said that he was driving home from work on Highway 169 northbound when he saw it descending slowly in the western sky on the sunset. It caught his attention as it was falling slowly.
The witness used his cell phone to take a photo and then started recording the aerial activity. The witness said that he managed to record the activity for a little over two minutes. When he got home, he showed the clip to his wife, and she could not identify the object. The witness posted it on Facebook the next day. Many people ruled out a passing comet being the identity of the object as its glow never dissipated and did not give off a trail.
MUFON-Oklahoma field investigator Eugene N. Zavodny closed the case as Unknown. In his report, Zavodny said the photo and video were captured through Samsung Galaxy S3 cell phone. However, both the photo and two-minute video have no enough resolution to make out any details on the UFO.
Zavodny described the object as cylindrical with the vertical axis. The length would be around three times the diameter, according to Zavodny. Neither the photo nor the video has defined the top end of the object sharply.
The witness shot the video while the car was moving, so it’s difficult to know if the object was also moving, other than slowly descending. The footage and the photo show the UFO was behind scattered low clouds, which could mean it was at a considerable distance. As it fell behind buildings and trees, the witness lost sight of it.