Witnesses capture UFO on video in Rome

Two men observed a pair of bright UFOs in the sky above Rome, Italy

just before 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 8.

UFO over Rome. (Credit: CUFOM TV/YouTube)

UFO over Rome. (Credit: CUFOM TV/YouTube)

The bright and silent objects were observed by a man who was taking out the trash. He quickly informed his friend about the UFOs, and the two men began recording the objects on video. One of the UFOs on video is shown making sudden stops and irregular movements. The men reported the sightings to the Mediterranean UFO Centre (CUFOM), but only after ruling out other possibilities first. One of the witnesses is described as a “keen observer of the skies,” and he reportedly eliminated mundane identifications like airplanes and Chinese lanterns.

According to Italy news website The Local, CUFOM’s initial analysis concluded that “one of the objects captured by the video was ‘probably a star,’ while investigations into the other ‘unconventional object’ are ongoing.”

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Rome UFOs captured on video –

Spacing Out Ep. 68

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SPACING OUT discusses a video showing unidentified objects over Rome. They also discuss the passing of Dr. Roger Leir, a pioneer in the field of alleged alien implant research. That and other space and UFO news on this episode of Spacing Out!

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Stories discussed in this episode:

Witnesses capture UFO on video in Rome

Encounters UFO exhibit returns to Myrtle Beach

UFO sightings reach near-record numbers in Canada

A leader in the field of alleged alien implant research passes

They also talk about their own UFO sighting that they were able to identify as a remote-controlled toy –

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UFO Sighting in Mesa, AZ on 3/14/14

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This object was hovering in the sky near downtown Mesa, Arizona on Friday, March 14, 2014.

Onlookers were fascinated by the unusual, multi-colored aerial object as it hovered, then moved back and forth through the sky. These onlookers were disappointed when I informed them that it was simply a remote-controlled craft with LED lights.

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