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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – Cape Town. A UFO captured on video for about 40 minutes was sighted over the naval base in Simon’s Town Naval Base, Cape Town when hundreds of rounds were fired into the air at around 9 pm Saturday night.
It is unclear whether the firing was aimed at the UFO but its certain that the UFO did not respond.
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The video captured by a resident shows an object that could be either
cylindrical or “V” shaped directly above the sea, while flairs are
shot at it. The UFO made no sound and was about a mile offshore.
Simonstown Naval Base, Capetown, South Africa
By estimation the UFO or USO is about 4 miles long and possibly the largest unidentified flying object recorded.
The resident explained that it was not visible with the eye until he
used an infrared camera that clearly indicates that this is a huge
object. The UFO had pulsating lights, and orbiting lights of blue,
yellow and red were seen at one stage.
The False Bay resident explained that they first thought that it was
some kind of Navy drill, but they have never heard of any Navy drill in
the area during night time. World News contacted the Navy and the Navy
said that they don’t know anything about it, yet the Navy’s firing
amounted to several hundreds of rounds. Experts said its unlikely that
it was a drill, since no firing drill would take place while the Navy
boats are moored in the Navy station..
The video was shot at a distance of about 40 miles across False bay
and its evident that something was there. Recently there were several
reported sightings about UFO activity in the bay particularly during the
month of February of this year.
The Counter Intelligence Agency that investigates
paranormal activities in Africa, said that they are looking into this
matter. The identity of the resident is being withheld for security
Exclusive for World News Tomorrow.
VIDEO CAPTURED OF UFO
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