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British Schoolgirl Captures UFO With her Phone

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A British schoolgirl in London may have just captured proof of life beyond our stars… with her iPhone. The 16 year old girl was outside practicing tennis with her mom when the two saw something quite strange floating above them. Outside of Leamington Spa, England, a giant black ring appeared in the sky.

This black ring appeared to give off a dusty debris as it floated, almost like some sort of giant Gandalf blown smoke ring. Some people are already theorizing that the video is fake while others have put out the notion that it could be a swarm of birds or insects mating. No matter what side of the fence people are standing, they are defending their position passionately. So it was with definite interest that Ben Hansen, host of “Fact or Faked” on the SyFy Channel, stepped in to give his opinion.

The former FBI agent and current paranormal host believes the video to be absolutely unaltered, but not because the ring is of alien origins. Hansen believes the ring to have come from a “smoke cannon” or “smoke ring generator.” Hansen goes on to explain that these machines are built out of pipes, oil, and pressurized gas being pushed through a pipe nozzle. On a calm day, with little wind, these rings can be generated and float for minutes at a time.

Another expert, Marc Dantonio, threw his hat into the ring as well to disparage the alleged UFO. Dantonio is a video analyzer for the “Mutual UFO Network” and has a vested interest in the reality of UFOs, so his admission of doubt should be of note. Dantonio says that the ring is “100 percent not an ET event.” Dantonio posted the same idea that Ben Hansen had put forth: that this was the creation of a simple smoke ring generator.

Whether we ever get verification one way or another, it’s with a nod to the unknown that we add this video to the thousands of others that make us question life beyond our reach. Perhaps we won’t ever find out if a school girl and her iPhone were the first ones to film ET.

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