UFO experts enthusiastically set about solving a mystery of unusual formation in the sky
Researchers involved in the identification of UFOs are studying with curiosity a snapshot of an unusual square object in the sky. August 18, he was made a 35-year-old Havion Hill and posted on a page on Facebook. He claims that he sees a futuristic plane in the clouds for the second time.
Picture taken during the storm in Charlotte, North Carolina. We see a black and white sky with a flat rectangle adorned with lights on the sides and soaring in the sky. Enthusiasts of extraterrestrial intelligence and lovers of conspiracy theories believe that this is an advanced type of spy ship TR-3B.
But other experts believe that the picture looks suspicious, as if this is just a reflection of the smartphone, because Hill said that he captured the event from the inside of the car through the glass. He told the local press: “I was driving home and talking to my wife on the phone. Seeing a tornado, I took a picture to show her later. Then I managed to see this wonder. What is it?". He also said that he stopped the car and tried to shoot everything on video, but the sky was clouded with clouds and it started to rain. When everything was clear, there was no ship. Hill thinks it's a military plane. Proponents of conspiracy theories claim that the US military is now working on a secret TR-3B spy attack aircraft.
Observation was conducted from the city of Charlotte in North Carolina
There are a lot of rumors about this mysterious plane, and some witnesses say they have seen a similar formation over the Antelope Valley in the southern California desert not far from Edwards Air Force Base. A photo of Hill appeared two weeks after the video with a strange object hovering over Norman Lake in North Carolina. Jason Swing recorded these footage on May 29, but posted it on social networks only in August.
The video is strongly shaking, but a large object is noticeable in the frame
Swing reported that on the day of the event it was also raining and the object was incredibly close to it. Video gained 150,000 views. North Carolina is listed in the top ten US states, "seeing" UFOs.