UFO Spotted By South Korean Airline Passengers

    April 9, 2012
    Richard Stalker
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Over the weekend, a passenger on a flight over Seoul, South Korea captured what appeared to be a UFO buzzing the aircraft. In the video, the unidentified passenger is filming the otherwise uneventful view from the plane’s window. Suddenly he makes a startled sound as the white saucer-like image comes into view.

As you can see, the video is then magnified and the aircraft looks like it is a bowler hat or an upside down plate. Kind of like what they thought spacecraft had to look like 50 years ago. Is it real or a hoax? I like to think it’s a hoax for one reason. In this day and age where everyone has a camera in their pocket, why didn’t 50 other people on the ground happen to see the same thing?

Sightings of UFOs have gone up in the last few months. From the Chilean air show UFO, to the one discovered in the ocean off the coast of Sweden. Some experts say that things such as the Mayan apocalypse cause people to start to see things at an advanced rate.

One of these days, why can’t someone with a digital SLR and a tripod capture a ufo or bigfoot on tape? Why does it always have to be a 50 year old man with a RAZR?

  • http://www.webpronews.com/ufo-spotted-by-south-korean-airline-passengers-2012-04 LuckyNucky

    I have a problem with saying that this was anything but a UFO. Replaying it 30x still checking if the Plane was on a left-bank or not. It wasn’t. That was a UFO for sure.

  • Rick F

    While it would be nice to think that a genuine UFO would have more consideration for being photographed under ideal conditions, that something like a RAZR phone is available to catch a potential anomaly is fantastic!!

    As 53 year old man, I’d like to know why “does it always have to be a 50 year old man with a RAZR” cause you apparent displeasure? Would a 25 year old do a better job? Would a 25 year old be paying attention enough to spot the anomaly instead of a 50 year old?

    It would be great to believe everyone (of any age) wants to find the real answers…………….

  • HandleBar Said It

    I think I have to go potty………..

  • Max

    Posts like this make me believe that if the author were to see a ufo on the ground, walk up to it, knock on the outside, and an alien walked outside and shook his hand, he would still claim it must be a hoax somehow. Some people will never be convinced, no matter how much evidence is right in front of them.

    My take is that millions of people all over the world can’t be simultaneously eating too much pizza, seeing swamp gas, weather balloons, and whatnot, all at the same time, thousands of times every year. There’s just too much evidence, viewed and verified by too many credible witnesses, not for at least some of the sightings to be true alien ufo technology on display. I believe some of it is captured alien technology being used by the US military, and maybe others, like the Russians. My two cents.

    • http://www.webpronews.com/author/richard-stalker Richard Stalker

      Your 2 cents are dead wrong. I am the author and I do believe that there is life on other planets, and I would welcome first contact. There are some UFO sightings that give more proof than others. This one seems like a hoax, the one over Rio years ago looked real as crap.

  • Jhune

    i saw exactly like this on my rooftop yesterday, i was getting our dried clothes when i saw this flying object this is exactly what i saw same flying speed im living in Manila Philippines, gosh its true

  • Bik

    This is not evidence – i.e., true or not, this same effect can be artificially produced. For example, conversation heard could be added as voice-over by editing the video later.

    For one thing, the size of the supposed flying object does not appear to change much for the first 4 to 5 seconds, even though it appears to be coming near at an incredible speed, covering a large distance within seconds (faster than the airplane).

    Interesting but likely a well-made hoax! Sorry.

  • Bik

    This is not scientific evidence – i.e., the same effect can be artificially produced. For example, the background conversation heard could have been added as a voice-over, by editing the video later.

    The flying object does not appear to change in size for the first 4 to 5 secs, even though it is approaching the airplane at an incredible speed, covering a large distance within seconds (travelling much faster than the airplane itself).

    Most likely a very well-made hoax! Sorry.

  • ronn

    in my opinion ALL UFO sightings are hoaxes, fakes, inexplicable natural or man made phenomena. Why? by its very definition, UFO’s would have to have been created and operated by advanced civilizations, to think that they’d come this far, so many times, this year or last year, let alone past centuries, and not make first contact is ridiculous. we humans would definitely make an effort to contact others if we met them on our space travels.

  • braidenshero

    To any one claiming this to be a hoax, your wrong. Man will never believe in anything but themselves because we are nai-eve (spelling? Sorry) and the fact that change, or anything different is inevitably false I nothing more than an understatement. Yeah, there are hoaxes. Yes there are real videos and data logged on he internet or somewhere in this world. Tell you what, keep an open mind and you might start to realize that some things are real.