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UFO's Filmed in New Jersey

From Coast to Coast AM - A curious piece of footage out of New Jersey shows a puzzling trio of mysterious lights hovering in the night sky and some observers suspect that they belonged to a triangular UFO. The intriguing scene was reportedly filmed by a sky gazer near the community of Sicklerville on May 31st and was subsequently posted online to Reddit a few days later. The bewildered witness later explained that he and his girlfriend had been looking at stars when they noticed that three strange red orbs had floated into their field of view.


In the video, the lights can be seen hovering in the night sky for approximately two minutes before eventually disappearing behind some trees. "It seemed to just be gliding effortlessly through the sky," recalled the witness, observing that "it didn’t break a perfect triangle though so it's hard to believe it was lanterns." The case is remarkably similar to a number of UFO sightings that have made news throughout the year wherein a trio or cluster of orbs appears in the sky to the astonishment of onlookers.


While the witness expressed confidence that the lights were not lanterns, skeptical viewers will undoubtedly suggest that his interpretation is incorrect or, failing that, argue that the 'UFOs' were drones or perhaps an airliner appeared anomalous due to the angle from which the man and his girlfriend were watching the objects. With that in mind, what's your take on the weird video?

Credit: Tim Binnall, Coast to Coast AM

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