Live Fox News Broadcast Shows Cluster Of UFOs Dashing Around


A live news broadcast in the United States has become a controversial one after a cluster of UFOs were spotted, which has let some alien enthusiasts believe aliens have arrived on Earth.

Many viewers, who tuned in at 4:43 am, on Fox 6 News noticed a bizarre astronomical display on February 28. They were treated with the appearance of series of bright lights dashing around a live feed of Milwaukee.

At least ten bright dots were moving in the distance, glowing, and then disappearing before shining a light again.

The viewers were not the only one who got surprised as even the man, and woman presenters of the show appeared to be equally surprised of the strange activity.

The female broadcaster initially thought of fireworks but later confirmed they were not. She then asked if those were aliens.

The male counterpart said that he also saw the strange activity and added that it kept getting weirder by the second. He explained that it looked like they were sticking around.

Authorities later claimed that seagulls were responsible for the mysterious darting formation of lights. They explained that they were just seagulls reflecting light.

However, many viewers of the video were not buying that excuse. In a video uploaded to YouTube channel Suspect Sky, one viewer said that they watched it 500 times and those were not seagulls.

Another user said that tiny seagulls at that distance could only be seen with binoculars and even then it would be challenging with the limited light.

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  1. I have seen geese flying at night above street lights and they looked unreal because they seemed to light up and flash as they passed. But they were much lower than the ones seem to be in the video.

  2. I would agree with the idea of birds reflecting light, for I have witnessed this myself with seagulls. But what I find puzzling is the time and location. A light source would be necessary behind the person filming and it appears to be night. So no reflection from the sun on the horizon. Assuming the objects were east or west of the camera. Not knowing what time this was truely filmed. Light from the city could be reflecting off of them too. But not knowing the exact location of the filming this is hard to determine. One other thing that makes this hard to identify is the streaking affect the objects created. Birds don’t move fast enough to cause this. The lense could be clouded or scratched, but without the phone or camera it’s hard to tell. And no, I am not ruling out astronomical or extraterrestrial, but I feel we should consider simpler explanations before we jump to the conclusion of an e.t.

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