University of Chicago student sees UFO outside library window, Chicago, Illinois, USA April 24, 2024, UAP Sighting News. πŸ‘½πŸ‘€πŸ›Έ


Source: NUFORC 
Date of sighting: April 24, 2024
Location of sighting: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Now this is fantastic! A university student was at the library studying and caught sight of this white object flying outside. He took the shot through the window because he had no other choice being on the 5th floor. So this is just excellent proof of the UFO he caught sight of. From my own research and my own experiences seeing a orb just 2 meters away, and color changes as it went 50 meters away...the fact that this UFO is white like clouds, tells me its 100% legit. I mean when I saw an orb close up, it was like a liquid metal rotating slowly, but when it shot 50 meters away and held its was 100% white cloud color. I know it real. This student is awesome catching evidence for us all! 
Scott C. Waring - Utah

πŸ’«Eyewitness states: What at first appeared to be a drone emerged into my sightline as I was sitting on the fifth floor of the Regenstein Library. As I put on my glasses, it didn't appear to be any kind of drone I knew. The UFO was metallic, almost a silver color, with a darker line in between the top and the bottom of the oval-shaped chassis. I was in the Air Force for six years, and would consider myself to be a professional plane-spotter. This was not an aircraft that I am familiar with. It moved similarly to a helicopter or drone, but had no propellers or engines that were visible. It moved fairly fast, at what I'd estimate to be 350 knots. I pulled out my phone to take a single photograph, which thankfully is a live photo (a short 2 second video), but the UFO was gone before I got a second one. As the UFO was moving, it was spinning in the air, which is visible in the photo. There appears to be a small beam in front of the UFO, but it may appear to be something pulling it along. As you can see in the picture, the sky was incredibly clear with few clouds.

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