London UFOs: 3 Videos Emerge

Posted by Xavier Ortega | June 26, 2011 36

Something odd just happened. I’m not actually sure what it is.

While browsing UFO related news, I stumbled upon a recently uploaded UFO video that was shot in London. That’s not the odd part (believe it or not). But while doing a bit more research on this alleged UFO video, I learned that there are also two other videos of the same UFOs over London on that same day, shot by different people.
Yet, that’s also not the odd part of the story.

All videos are shot with HD cameras and at least two of the videos seem to have been edited in the same method.
Where the video is spliced with a “slow motion” recap towards the end right after a “Half speed” or “Slow motion” banner is displayed. Even the words are using the same “Text effect” in which they move towards the camera.

I’m not sure if this means anything. Maybe it’s the coffee I’m drinking. Who knows?

Just keep and eye out for any more of these videos or any new alien movie for the summer blockbusters.

Thanks to Paul Ravenhill for the heads up!

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36 Responses



  • greg

    these videos may, or may not be the valid proof to this species, that this planet has been under reserach by both malevolent, and benevolent creatures from outside of the solar system this species thinks is all that is in existence…be ready, this is not a movie, or story line, this planet is under watch, and it is coming time for the prupose of the research.

  • Could this be advertising for a particular type of HD camera?

  • terry the censor

    HoaxKiller1 has debunked these on his new blog.

  • terry the censor

    I forgot to mention: HoaxKiller1 has persuasive evidence these London vids are by the same person who made (fake) Jerusalem video #2.

  • Adam

    The audio is what tells me this is fake. When you slow digital audio down the pitch doesn’t change like in the analog days unless you have software to tell it to. I’m I wrong?

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