Thursday, December 18, 2014
A series of vapor trails over Russia prove beyond doubt that UFOs really do exist.
They were captured on camera by Elisha Ponomaryov in Biisk, southern Russia.
The 30-year-old said: ‘It was early in the morning and there were not many people on the streets but those that were there were pointing at the sky and I realised there were these strange rings.
‘I have no idea what they were caused by, but I took a small video and uploaded it myself.’
And in the absence of any official explanation from weathermen the images caused heated speculation online.
Some of those who witnessed their creation claimed that they had seen three spherical yellow spheres flying in a chaotic pattern which had caused the rings. Most speculated that they might have been army planes and some even suggested UFOs.
Eye witness Zemfira Bocharova, 25, said: ‘I saw them at 6.25am and there were four, one of them was particularly bright and two others were flying parallel with that – and then the forth one was at a different angle and further away from the other three.’
Some online commentators have suggested it was purely a natural phenomenon, albeit a rather unusual one.
Another, who claimed to be a witness to the event, said it was caused by smoke from a meteorite falling to the ground that had exploded.
In local media the theory was advanced that it was from a recently launched satellite that went up in the area and was supposed to be providing TV in communications services in Russia and Asia.
There has been no official comment on the strange shaped clouds.