The image pictured here was allegedly taken at the China Lake Naval Weapons Station in 2007. We have had it on file for some time. We can find no evidence of photoshopping, but at the same time, the photographer is anonymous and there is no way to verify the fact that the image was even taken at China Lake, or where it was taken. In addition, it has become so difficult to determine finally and absolutely whether or not something like this, which is a still that has been videoed, is hoaxed, we simply cannot be sure.

Over the past few years the rise of clickthrough monetization has spawned a cottage industry of fake UFO sites on YouTube and made it much harder to find real UFO video. Thus we have become more discriminating than ever, being as careful as we can to avoid the fakes and mistakes. We also don’t publish fuzzy nighttime video, largely because there is no way to tell anything about it.

This object was recorded by an impressive array of equipment. The witnesses reported that it was silent, meaning that it probably wasn’t a drone, but that possibility cannot be completely ruled out. The recording was done in the Squamish area of British Columbia, a region noted for unusual sightings of orbs, UFOs and bigfoot. Rated A.

Thanks for this to Mysterious Universe!

This was shot in a small town in Serbia, as the witness reports, "above Lepenski Vir." (Should say "In the direction of Lepenski Vir." There is no way to determine how far away the objects were.) Lepenski Vir is an important mesolithic archaeological site dating back to around 9,000BC.

The triangular formation in the video is typical of such formations. It is not a triangular object, but a group of bright objects that form into a triangle, then wink out one by one.