Plane Spotting; Unexplained: THE UNSEEN FILES; A Series of Videos and Pictures Have Appeared in the Last Year Showing Unidentified Flying Objects Captured from Passengers and Crew on Planes

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Plane Spotting; Unexplained: THE UNSEEN FILES; A Series of Videos and Pictures Have Appeared in the Last Year Showing Unidentified Flying Objects Captured from Passengers and Crew on Planes


THIS still is from a video taken on December 29, 2012. The submitter said: "Recently my brother was on a flight back from Florida over the ocean at 30,000ft plus. He happened to be filming outside his window and what he captured was amazing and shocking.

"Other passengers on the plane at the window saw the same thing, but only my brother and another lady had time to shoot it.

"It is clearly a UFO and the shocking thing is that this thing did not move. It was hovering and it's not a weather balloon or satellite.

"It has a large, glowing blue dome. As the plane moved, it stayed motionless.

"It looks like it is bigger than a billboard you would see on the highway. The FAA is already aware of it as it was reported by people on the flight and the pilots ran out of the cockpit as soon as the plane landed."

Source: http://www.ufocasebook.com/2013/floridaflightdec.html

THIS video, apparently filmed by a passenger flying over the South Korean city of Seoul in April 2012, shows a spherical object moving at a similar pace to the plane. When the passenger zooms in to get a better look, the object appears to instantly rise in altitude, shooting out of picture.

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qx23sJfiLs

THIS footage was taken on December 19, 2012, en route to Chicago from New York City.

It was forwarded to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for further examination.

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1dKM1sHeag&feature=share&list=UUU6UJFEFDbWtoYBRDGRZ3uw

THIS picture was taken from video footage on a flight over Massachusetts, US, this month.

It features an object travelling at high speed for about 15 seconds.

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTMPWKJJAZK

A CYLINDRICAL flying object was sighted by a passenger while flying over Hawaii on November 15, 2012.

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