What’s with all the UFOs these days? It’s been less than two months since a UFO (still unidentified) was spotted in Hangzhou, and now another one has appeared in Zhejiang province. A bright object was visible for at least three hours over the skies of Haiyan County.
People’s Daily has the full story:
Many people witnessed the UFO at the scene that evening.
“I have no idea what it is,” a witness said.
The reporter found that not only was the object itself very bright in the sky, but its reflection on the river was also very eye-catching. Many residents in Haiyan County also witnessed it.
Another witness said, “It looked quite big and it seemed that it was moving.”
Another bright flickering dot appeared above the object and started to move toward the object slowly when residents were discussing the unidentified object. This flickering dot was visible for about 10 minutes and started to fly toward Haining City.
Two reporters from Haiyan’s local TV station followed the twinkling object in a car moving toward Haining City and took relatively clear pictures after waiting for about an hour on the flight path of the object.
According to the picture, it was a round object that had shiny blue lights, and several other flickering objects were around it.
After a while, however, reporters found that the round object had seemingly become rectangular. The object gradually flew higher and finally disappeared at around 10 p.m. about three hours after its first appearance.
So what are the chances this was a visit from aliens? At least one group of Chinese scientists thinks the possibility is high. Professor Wang Sichao of the Purple Mountain Observatory stated just days before the Zhejiang UFO appeared that “some UFOs appear to be extraterrestrial spacecraft that demonstrate anti-gravity capability and may be engaged in research activities.”
This is the same Purple Mountain Observatory that had been studying the eclipse last year to film evidence of UFOs. In his speech, Wang Sichao expressed optimism for avoiding an Independence Day-style alien attack.
“If they are friendly to us,” Sichao said, “we can promote the human beings’ civilization through exchange and cooperation with them. If they are not, as long as we prepared for their invasion, we can beat them back on their weaknesses.”
A news report in Chinese media below: