Here is a great video which shows some glowing UFOs over a mountain. Yes, I said over. As you can see above, the mountain is far below the UFOs. Many skeptics say they are motorcycles on a mountain...but since when do motorcycles fly? For the light to be this big, that UFO must be at least the size of a city bus. Outstanding catch by Steven Barone of Youtube, please click here to subscribe to his channel . He uploads 100% authentic and real UFOs every week.
Scott C. Waring
Steven Barone states:
I shot this video from my backyard in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas, Nevada on the night of March 6, 2017. Part of the reason I didn't comment while I was filming at the Air Force Base last night was because I was also busy using the Night Vision Monocular to film this. Two different events happened last night. Both events are very strange in how they ended. I am not sure what these are but both of them did something I can't explain. The first one was moving left and at the end went straight down. Once I lost it behind a neighbor's roofline I never saw it again. The next object had a very unusual flash to it so I followed it only to see at the end that it turned into two different objects. I honestly don't think that two conventional aircraft can fly so closely together that they appear to be a single aircraft. There might be good explanations for both of these events but I honestly can't think of any right now.
Published on Mar 8, 2017 The Night Watchers Return Volumn 2 March 2017. Whatever these are you decide, are these new military secret ops Back Engineered craft or something else that we're unsure about? leave your comments below :)
I just found this mothership rising out of our sun. I thought it was recent, but the NASA site says its from Dec 2016. This ship is covered in the suns boiling surface and thats why I assume its rising from below the surface. The lines one the craft show that this UFO is more than 3X the length of earth. Thats big. It looks like a submarine rising up out of volcanic lava. Absolutely amazing. Scott C. Waring