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UFO Sighting over Shandong

October 1, 2010

Fairly dramatic UFO sighting over Shandong recently.

Michael Cohen

An incredible and somewhat unique UFO has been seen by dozens of witnesses hovering above the Chinese city of Shandong. The night-time UFO sighting occurred only days ago but the video is already making its way through the Chinese Internet and astonishing UFO enthusiasts.

One lucky witness managed to get footage (see below) of the UFO which consisted of a cluster of reddish, pulsating lights. The UFO hovered surprisingly close to the ground before eventually disappearing.

UFO activity in China shows no signs of abating and incidents involving UFOs are being reported on a daily basis. It is believed that the Chinese government is in contact with aliens / extraterrestrials but is not disclosing this to the public.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. lou permalink
    October 2, 2010 9:05 pm

    This is an amazing video!! If you watch closely…at the :14 second mark you’ll see, on the left, a smaller craft. It seems to emerge from the craft, hang out for a short time, then it takes off!

    Another craft emerges from the bigger one at the :59 and 1:05 mark. Watch the video again…you’ll see ’em!

    Fantastic video!

  2. Robin. permalink
    October 2, 2010 3:26 pm


    Well, yes, as in that they are Unidentified and Objects and apparently, ‘Flying’.

    However, these particular examples just look TOO much like Arial Red Emergency Flares to be ‘convincing’..note the way they ‘fade’ as they extinguish.

    Please don’t get me wrong, I’d LOVE to be convinced otherwise.. but I aint!

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