Many ufologists and alien hunters from South America have strong reasons to believe that the mysterious bright light that appeared over Lima is actually an alien spacecraft visiting Earth.
Last week, Lima’s inhabitants witnessed a most unusual occurrence. Sometime before dusk, a strange, bright light appeared in the sky out of nowhere.
According to the eyewitnesses’ accounts, the mysterious bright light emanated from an object which had an oval shape. Needless to say that upon seeing the strange object, many Peruvians whipped out their smartphones and started to film the mysterious object.
As we can see from the movie, the object seems to travel at high speed, but maintaining a constant altitude. The oval-shaped craft remains in sight for a couple of more seconds, before disappearing without a trace behind some tall trees.
For alien hunters, there’s no doubt as to the identity of the mysterious object – an alien spacecraft, which was probably conducting a routine investigation of our planet. Moreover, the ufologists also pointed out that the bright trail left behind by the mysterious object was, in fact, fire.
According to the latest interpretations, the object seen above the Peruvian Capital city was an UFO on fire. As to the reason behind the flames, the UFO enthusiasts have speculated that it was perhaps the result of an on-bord malfunction.
Furthermore, it would seem that this was far from being an isolated incident. Several eyewitnesses from the Peruvian Highlands and the banks of the Amazon river reported seeing similar oddly-shaped objects during the same time of the day.
Were there more of these alien craft or was it the same one? Is this the prelude to an invasion or just a reminder that even E.T can be a lousy driver sometimes? No one can say for sure.
However, there were others who believed that the object seen in the sky was nothing more than an oversized weather balloon. In fact, several people have argued that the mysterious bright light might have originated from a loose Project Loon balloon, used by Google’s former X division to provide Internet access to remote locations around the globe.
Moreover, according to the other side of the fence, the explanation seems even more plausible considering the fact that this was not the first time Google tested their Wi-Fi balloons in this part of the globe.
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