December 14, 2016

Bizarre Spherical “Death Star” Cloud Hovers Over Japan On Dec 2016, Video, UFO Sighting News.


Date of sighting: December 2016
Location of sighting: Fujisawa, Japan

This sphere cloud was was seen over Japan last week and its holding together especially well. Clouds like this are often made by UFOs that want to hide, yet come especially close so they can scan and observe the humans on the ground. The unique thing about clouds made by UFOs is that they can hold together for hours, where most clouds change shape second by second. 
Scott C. Waring-Taiwan

News states: 
UFOmania States: Japanese news site Rocket News has reported the appearance of a bizarre spherical cloud seen hovering above a train station in the town of Fujisawa just south of Tokyo. Some of the photos of the cloud show an otherwise clear blue sky, with the otherworldly orb of cloud floating ominously low to the ground.

10 comments:

Larry Maxwell said...

That is no cloud! :P

Unknown said...

Were there any reports of objects such as this near Macon,Mo.tonight? I am a skeptic but not coming up with any natural answers thought it was a planet or something

Applepie said...

I've seen two spheres inline going along at 29 pmh, it made a sharp left turn and continued on for several miles then started climbing up at a angle

Kenny Mac said...

Did anybody else notice the cloud in the background that has a perfect circle missing out of it?
The missing part of that cloud is that big round thing we are all staring at...

TIMEBOMB2012 said...

Enter your comment...Silly humans, *Drake equation! We are NOT alone! Do the math!

DividendScience said...

If only someone had a laserpointer and a video camera!

Unknown said...

It certainly could be Alien. But then aren't all unusual things to ufologists

Unknown said...

Looks like a big fluffy ball to me. Very common around these parts.

Unknown said...

Cloud? That's no cloud and I would say that aloud.

Steph said...

Like u're black and you're proud....(cit)lol just kiddin

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