On Jan. 12, 2013 a UFO appeared in the video feed from a night vision skywatch camera broadcasting live over YouTube. The recording shows a UFO emitting intermittent pulses of varying intensity light as it travels south to north over a 21-second period of observation. The apparently first-of-its kind recording (facilitated through Google+ and archived directly to YouTube’s servers) may provide evidence that social networking online is no longer an exclusively human domain.
It is remarkable how there were no anticipated satellites in this part of the sky for this location at 7:33 p.m. PST. Tracking websites HeavensAbove.com and Satellite Tracker 3D were both unable to predict the flashing object’s night passage.
The UFO is distinguished for its non-conformist lighting display unlike those required for commercial and military aircraft. The fact that it makes its brightest appearance upon entry into the image frame suggests the possibility of higher-dimensional influences orchestrating this part of the live online video production.
Executive Producer for UFOAM Jon Kelly explained how ““I saw the UFO on the video monitor when I was reviewing former DARPA time traveller Andrew D. Basiago’s statements concerning President Bill Clinton. I found the moment evocative of the ancient crowning of kings and remembered how the U.S. presidential inauguration is set to take place on Jan. 21, 2013.”
The broadcast was one in a series of related live online UFO skywatch events from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada taking place this winter.
Click here to watch “UFO Appears During Live Broadcast Over YouTube,” the first video in internet history where a UFO appears during a live broadcast over YouTube: “UFO appears during live night vision skywatch in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for Jan. 12, 2013. Event takes place at 7:33 p.m. PST in the Northern sky traveling south to north visible at approximately 80 degrees above the horizon. Strobes intermittently at intervals of five, six and ten seconds in series. Not visible on Heaven's Above or Satellite Tracker 3D for that time and location. Independently documented, recorded directly to YouTube's data servers via digital night vision video upstream over the internet.”
Click here to watch another example of a UFO making a big on-camera entrance recorded in SNS (Super Night Shooting) from 2009.
The following witness reports from UFO*BC describe encounters with flashing UFOs and related phenomena in British Columbia, Canada.
“19-Sep-2012, North Vancouver, BC: (9:05 pm)
“On September 19, 2012 I was sitting out on the back porch at 9:05 PM, looking at Grouse Mountain, when a single brilliant white light appeared overhead, heading north. It was flying at approximately 3000 feet, at about 50-60 kph. No strobes were seen. The strange thing is: the moment my eyes began to study the object, it accelerated to bullet speed, and shot off over the mountain, disappearing in the blink of an eye. It almost looked as if it shrunk to a pinpoint in place, as it sped off in a straight line perpendicular to my field of vision. Then there was a very brief flash of white light, far off behind Grouse Mountain. Amazing and beautiful.”
“19-Nov-2012, Langford, BC: (3:48 am)
“This happened on November 19th, 2012 at exactly 3:48 am. I live on top of Bear Mountain in Langford BC. My apartment faces South East (overlooks the golf course). I was lying in bed in the darkness, my windows open a crack (I could hear the rain outside), and my blinds were at an angle so that I could see the outline of the trees outside.
“I was staring towards the ceiling and I saw a flash of light from outside. The light filled my entire window. My first thought was that it was lightening. About ten seconds later, there was another flash (at which point I realized it was not, or very unlikely to be lightening), and about five seconds afterwards I heard a very distant "boom" (it was not the familiar crack of thunder that I'm familiar with). The sound wasn't very loud - it seemed to be at a distance, and I doubt I would have heard it had my windows been closed.
“I rolled over and stared out the window, waiting to see if it would happen again. About sixty seconds later, there was one more flash, followed by another 'boom' a few seconds afterwards. The flashes were not typical of the lightening that I've seen before. It seemed to be more of a bright flash that sort of dimmed down (much like a flashbulb on an old Hollywood type camera).
“I'd witnessed these flashes twice before (in the last two months), both times at very early times in the morning, and both times there was only one flash with no sound associated with it. I assumed that I'd seen a rogue lightening flash, but after last night, I'm fairly certain that this was not lightening.”
“20-Nov-2012, North Vancouver, BC: (5 pm)
“I've just seen a series of 3 brightly flashing lights from my window, I'm looking what would be south east towards Burnaby, these were really bright flashes, like lightening but no sound was heard, and they were too contained to be lightening....very weird, then I saw either a helicopter or small plane lights in that vicinity seemingly circling the area.”