Practically anything can be seen in, around, and above New York City, but a witness was quite surprised when he saw a UFO flying near his airplane window as he flew from the Big Apple to Houston, Texas.
The passenger started filming the fist-shaped object from inside the cabin. This video shows the craft changing shape and suddenly disappearing only to reappear again. The witness went out of his way to show that there was something flying near the plane and that it wasn't a reflection. The two-minute video was posted on YouTube on December 27. It was then forwarded to the FAA for analysis for them to study.
What's interesting is that this type of craft was never filmed before. The round object flies along the jet, maintaining relative distance and speed. It was not another plane because aircraft are usually separated by a mile or more for safety reasons.
While looking at the object it appears to be metallic and looks sort of like a closed fist in a glove. Then it just disappears and just as suddenly reappears, dipping its wing.
But, according to Discovery News, it shows a group of six or eight clustered irregular shaped lights that remain more or less fixed in one position. The site also says that it might be a reflection of the lights.
The witness shows that it isn't a reflection of cabin lights by passing his hand over the image. It can still be viewed through his fingertips. This sighting is the strangest one seen in a very long time.
In 2012, there have been hundreds of sightings of flying crafts hovering in the skies, but it's rare to have seen one as it flies alongside an airplane and rarer still to have it filmed by a passenger.
Nick Pope, former British Defense Ministry UFO project leader has predicted that aliens will reveal themselves to humans no later than 2024. Maybe this is just the beginning of something that may happen a short 12 years from now.
It's very hard to take a look at this video and brush it off as a weather balloon or a Chinese lantern. Take a look at the video.
Keep those eyes to the skies because something could be flying above.