An Australian pilot photographed this object from the ground. It is too brightly and evenly lit to be a radio controlled device such as a homebuilt drone. The sighting took place last night in Caloundra along Australia’s Sunshine Coast. The pilot told the Sunshine Coast Daily, "I have heard of and seen many, many things over the course of my career…but nothing like this."

We agree. This strangely lit object looks somewhat like a plane, but the intensity of the lighting qualifies it as presently unknown. The pilot wishes to remain anonymous. For more, visit the Sunshine Coast Daily.
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This image from Loch Ness was caught on a satellite camera. Some Loch Ness researchers appear to be convinced that it’s Nessie. There’s a speculation that it might be a boat, but that seems pretty unlikely, given the fact that it’s under the surface and isn’t emitting a power wake, but rather has two large appendages in the same position as the wake on the boat pictured here.
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If the witness description of this object is accurate, then it must be a genuine unknown. The witness offers a careful description of the movements of the object that would be impossible for a balloon, and adds a detail familiar from many sightings and close encounters: extreme agitation from nearby animals. Our photo experts feel that this is a genuine mystery.
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This photo of the unknown aircraft that flew over Kansas City at high altitude last week makes it clear that this isn’t a known plane. It’s not a stealth bomber because it doesn’t have the characteristic jagged trailing edge. While it’s unusual for classified aircraft to fly over populated areas in broad daylight, it’s not completely unheard of, especially if they’re about to be made public.

If this is the legendary and often denied Aurora space plane, it’s unveiling is going to be a pretty spectacular event.
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