A video of a mysterious unidentified flying object (UFO) was recorded over Lake Michigan off the shores of Indiana. The video, which was recorded around 12:55 CST, shows a strange, long and cylindrical UFO flying past a military plane at lightning speed. The video quickly went viral and has sparked an intense debate amongst UFO enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists alike.
What was the Lake Michigan UFO, and Why Did it Fly Close to a Military Plane?
The Lake Michigan UFO video shows the unidentified object moving in the sky so quickly that it appears as a blur. This has led some to speculate that it was not a UFO at all, but a meteoroid or meteorite. However, other experts claim that the shape and speed of the UFO makes it highly unlikely that it was a meteoroid.
Some conspiracy theorists on UFO Twitter are buzzing with the idea that the UFO might be an extraterrestrial craft, while some others are claiming that it is a man-made craft created by a secret government program. Others have even suggested that the UFO might be a top-secret aircraft prototype that was designed by the US Military. Many also think that it could be more Chinese spy technology.
Regardless of what the UFO actually is, the fact that it flew so close to a military plane seems to suggest that it was either unknown or unrecognized by the US air force. This has led some to speculate that it may have been an alien craft or at the very least a highly advanced man-made prototype. The footage below has been slowed down to half speed, because the UFO was moving so fast.
It’s a bit tough to see in the video above, because it was moving at an abnormal speed, but here are still images of the Lake Michigan UFO flying right below the Military plane. It comes from the left side of the screen.
Despite the intense speculation surrounding the Lake Michigan UFO, there is still no clear answer as to what it was or why it flew so close to the military plane. Regardless, the fact that the video went viral and has sparked such a lively debate amongst UFO enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists alike is evidence enough that the object was something out of the ordinary. Is this all the prelude to something sinister?