On July 7, 2022, a strange and fascinating UFO sighting took place in Edmonton, AB, Canada. The witness, who was performing his last yard check before securing the gate at work in an industrial complex, reported seeing a silverish grey sphere that looked like something out of the Jetsons cartoon.
The witness watched the UFO for around ten seconds as it flew smoothly over the roofs of the short buildings, not too fast and not too slow. Birds were flying in the area as well. The witness began recording a cell video for about 30 seconds before he stopped filming as nothing was happening.
But as soon as he stopped filming, the UFO made an abrupt and unexpected turn. It turned left and up and away from the witness at an exact 90 degree angle perpendicular to his position. The UFO flew straight into the clouds and disappeared from sight.
The witness’s video footage, which has been posted online, shows the silver ball moving horizontally before making the sudden turn and heading up towards the clouds. The video is sure to spark debate and discussion among UFO enthusiasts and skeptics alike.
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Don’t see the 90° turn. Which way was the wind blowing? Looks like a silver party balloon.
That is a mylar balloon.
Looks like a balloon to me !
It does look like a Mylar balloon the way it spins and wobbles. With no 90 degree turn, this is a nothing burger. The one interesting observation is that IF it’s using artificial gravity propulsion, like the military’s electro-gravitic control, or another, more exotic propulsion that encases the platform (sphere) in its own gravity bubble, like the ET craft have that enables inertia-less travel, you can almost see the plasma/ EM force field “bubble” enclosing the platform. It is rumored that some of these devices are drones/ probes (droves? Prones? Droids?) , and some (the disks, or “flying saucers”) are vehicular transports, and they “float” on the Earth’s magnetosphere, or it’s gravity field, which is why it looks like a boat moving up and down on the gravity waves.