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A video of a UFO flying over a North Carolina lake has gone viral, which speculated that the object in the video may not be of this world.
The extremely shaky video, posted by Jason Swing on May 29, was taken to Lake Norman in North Carolina. It’s gone viral, that has been viewed more than 250,000 times, as viewers scratching their head trying to understand what they see.
In the video’s description, Swing says he was at work at 10:30 a.m. on a rainy day. “The rain finally stopped so we went [to] pick up a boat from Lake Norman,” Swing wrote. “When [I] came around the corner, I saw this thing sitting still, very close.”
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Of course, the talk immediately turned to an alien craft, although many commenters believed Swing the video is probably a hoax, due to the shaky footage and the fact Swing cut the video pretty quick.
“The next time that you try a movie and a UFO, try to jump to a little more. Also adding a certain degree of blur would be a good touch. Geez.,” a viewer wrote.
“I’m videoing a UFO. But I have something more important to do. Later,” another commenter wrote.
“Aliens always reveal themselves to the people, who shake uncontrollably and have no idea how to work with a zoom,” another commenter wrote. “Classic alien jerk move.”
Others, however, were more forgiving of Swing the shaky camera work, in the belief that Swing actually saw a UFO, and not a toy drone or a balloon, as many in the comments have accused him to show.
“Hello, this is a great catch and I was hoping to show it on my channel with full credits and links back to yourself,” wrote a commentator known as The Hidden Underbelly 2.0. “Let me know if this okay with yourself. Thank you and god bless.”
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Others believe that the sighting was indeed the GoodYear Blimp, which was in the Charlotte area on 29 May for a NASCAR race.
The GoodYear Blimp account, however, seemed to be the kibosh on the idea that the craft was extraterrestrial in nature.
“We don’t want to get in the way of a good story, but that’s certainly us,” the GoodYear Blimp account wrote, according to the Daily Mail. “We left the Charlotte area 5/29 after the coating of the Coke 600.”