It is estimated that 16 tornadoes touched ground this past Sunday, wreaking havoc across Indiana and Illinois. A resident near one of these tornadoes in Noblesville, Indiana caught a strange object zipping around the tornado, despite high winds.
YouTuber Brandon B posted this description in the video:
November 17, 2013 Crazy UFO over Noblesville Indiana! It was EXTREMELY windy (tornados about 8 or so miles away!)and this thing was just zipping around like it was nothing! What is it?
The video begins showing ominous clouds churning in the sky and the sounds of emergency vehicles in the background. A single white object can be seen among the clouds moving around. The movement of the clouds indicates substantial winds, but the object moves about seemingly effortlessly.
Could or would a bird fly around tornado clouds like that? If so, it is a very white and reflective bird. Bird, airplane, or something else. What do you think? Tell us below.
Mylar balloon on the loose.
Could well be a Mylar balloon moving around in turbulent winds? It’s visible for the duration of the video except at the very end where perhaps it moved into cloud cover. Its movements are more consistent with winds and it does not move like UFO’s I seen in other videos without winds!
A Mylar balloon, nope, no way, no how
Could also be ball lighting.
Went outside in backyard looked up saw a beautiful color green and red object flying in the sky about 5 miles out it flew erratically.
I was an unyielding skeptic on the subject of UFOs as being anything other than misidentified natural phenomenon. Like many others, I had every rational argument against their existence.
With a devout adherence to the scientific method, and having been indoctrinated to evaluate ALL such reports empirically, nothing short of dragging one into Times Square would have been “Hard evidence” to me.
That all changed on an October evening in 1987.
I was living in a rural area of central Texas at the time. As an avid observer of the night sky, I was outside enjoying very favorable weather conditions. I had just decided to bring out my telescope when an event occurred that forever altered my perception of reality.
Without going into details, what I experienced was much more then a simple light moving about. I was abruptly forced to realize that all my preconceptions were actually the illusions.
Although most readers of these comments will consider them anecdotal and not worthy of any merit, (As I would have done as well) I want YOU to know, that in part, because of the your work and many others like you, hopefully some day soon this knowledge will be available to everyone.
Thank you, William! We work hard to get information out on a regular basis, and it is great to hear from people who appreciate it.