UFO enthusiasts frenzied with speculation after video of motionless craft above North Carolina lake

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UFO enthusiasts frenzied with speculation after video of motionless craft above North Carolina lake


A video of an object hoovering eerily over North Carolina’s Lake Norman has UFO enthusiasts eager to deduce we are being visited by extraterrestrial beings, but perhaps there is a more grounded explanation. 

The footage recorded by Jason Swing on May 29, is extremely shaky but when the video isn’t bouncing up and down it shows, clear as day, a large object that appears to be hovering in mid-air.

During the short clip Swing posted to YouTube he announces ‘This is a spacecraft.’ The clip is accompanied with a brief explainer of the video.

‘It had been raining all morning. Rain finally stopped so we went (to) pick up a boat from Lake Norman,’ Swing says in a post with the video. ‘When (I) came around the corner I saw this thing sitting still very close.’   

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'This is a spacecraft': Jason Swing announces at the beginning of the eerie video shows a large object that appears to hover over Lake Norman in North Carolina 

‘This is a spacecraft’: Jason Swing announces at the beginning of the eerie video shows a large object that appears to hover over Lake Norman in North Carolina 

The video has garnered over 150,000 views and then it received an additional boost in viewers when on Thursday the YouTube video channel ‘The Hidden Underbelly 2.0,’ a site focused on UFO and creature videos picked it up.

While some people were excited about the possibility of the large object being a UFO, others wondered if the government was behind the large flying object. 

On commenter on The Hidden Underbelly 2.0 channel said: ‘I believe there are advanced Military Aircraft, in our skies. It’s amazing people don’t know how to use the video, and focus on their camera’s. They are pre programming the masses, EVERYTHING lately is about Aliens and UFO’s.’

They added ‘Anytime, MSM, TV shows, Movies, all of a sudden exposing the “ALIENS from a Planet in Outer Space Invasion” False Flag Alert! I have popcorn ready for this Grand Deception!’

Others were gravely disappointed in Swing’s shoddy camerawork, with on person saying, ‘I know three year olds that have a steadier hand. Unwatchable.’ 

Swing (pictured) took the video, which some people were pretty upset turned out as shaky as it did, however he did seem pretty excited about the prospect that this could be a spacecraft

Swing (pictured) took the video, which some people were pretty upset turned out as shaky as it did, however he did seem pretty excited about the prospect that this could be a spacecraft

Swing (pictured) took the video, which some people were pretty upset turned out as shaky as it did, however he did seem pretty excited about the prospect that this could be a spacecraft

UFO? Some people commented that perhaps this isn't a UFO and its instead an Advance Military Aircraft

UFO? Some people commented that perhaps this isn't a UFO and its instead an Advance Military Aircraft

UFO or no?

UFO or no?

UFO? Some people commented that perhaps this isn’t a UFO and its instead an Advance Military Aircraft 

And yet others were more realistic with their guess as to what this flying object could be, with some people, likely accurately guessing, it was the GoodYear Blimp.

GoodYear saw the video, and claims, as much as some wish it were a UFO, that the object seen in the shaky footage, is there blimp that was in the the Charlotte area on May 29, for NASCAR’s Coca Cola 600.

The GoodYear Blimp’s account shared: ‘We don’t want to get in the way of a good story, but that’s definitely us. We left the Charlotte area 5/29 after covering the Coke 600.’  

North Carolina is also the home to multiple military bases, including Fort Bragg, Pope Air Force Base and Camp Lejeune Marine Corps facility.

The state is in the top 10 for ‘UFO’ sightings.  

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