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Very Clear Photographs Of A Typical “Flying Saucer” Were Taken In Mexico

Most often, UFO photographs, both past and present, are quite blurry, muddy and out of focus, which causes a lot of ridicule from skeptics.

Against this background, the pictures that recently arrived from Mexico are really surprising.

Three photographs show a dark disk-shaped body hovering in the air at low altitude.

The photo is of good quality and you can see the light flare from the “plate”. The pictures are said to have been taken on August 17 by a Mexican named Juanito Juan somewhere in the Tamaulipas countryside.

Juanito allegedly wanted to photograph dark storm clouds near his house, but then he noticed a strange object in the photographs.


In all three photographs, the UFO is shown in different positions, including at a strong tilt, so it seems that the object was filmed in motion.

Critics are sure that either it was a prank with an ordinary disk that was thrown into the air and filmed with high-quality photographic equipment, or the images were processed in a photo editor.

A flying saucer is a descriptive term for a type of aircraft with a disc or saucer-shaped body that is commonly used to refer to an anomalous flying object. The term was coined in 1947, but generally since 1952 it has been superseded by the US Air Force term unidentified flying objects (or UFOs for short).

Early reports of sightings of unknown “flying saucers” usually described them as silvery or metallic, were sometimes reported to be covered in navigation lights or surrounded by luminous light, hovering or moving rapidly alone or in close formation with other similar craft, and exhibiting high speed. flight. maneuverability.

Disc-shaped flying objects have been interpreted as being sporadically recorded since the Middle Ages

On January 25, 1878, the Denison Daily News printed an article in which John Martin, a local farmer, reported seeing a large, dark, round object, resembling a balloon, flying “at amazing speed.” Martin, according to a newspaper account, said that from his point of view it was about the size of a saucer, one of the first uses of the word “saucer” in connection with a UFO.

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