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Did a UFO Fly Over San Antonio Last Week?


One SA YouTuber thinks he caught a UFO on film. - FLICKR CREATIVE COMMONS
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Today is Super Tuesday — a day that comes around just once every four years. It's one of the most important news days on the calendar, and a date that may well be remembered as a turning point for our country. Consequently, we bring you this important news bulletin:

Images of an unidentified flying object hovering over San Antonio have been captured. 

Take a look at this recently uploaded video of the purported UFO over central SA:

The YouTube user who uploaded the video, SAUFOTX, captured the video with his cellphone on February 23. Here's how the user described the experience on his YouTube channel:

On this particular day a heavy storm had passed over head..I was observing the clouds when i notice a strange looking cloud like a fuzzy distortion around that area....I decided to take a photo of it using an LG cellphone...That's when i notice it appear to be a Saucer Shape U.F.O and was moving..So i began to record the sighting..When zooming in a glow and a shadow could be seen underneath it.I was able to capture it as was moving erratic.(used the top of the buildings as reference points).After some time it began to fade away and was gone...I was not sure what i had witness that morning..It was until later after analyzing video i realized...It was a Huge U.F.O using Camouflage Technology..In my opinion it is no Cloud/Aircraft/Drone/Weather Balloon..
So is it a "camouflaged" UFO? A drop of water? A cloud? A smudge on this guy's cellphone camera lens?

You decide. It's Super Tuesday, after all.


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