UFO That Disappeared Into Ocean

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UFO That Disappeared Into Ocean Near Hawaii Investigated By Pentagon

On December 29, 2020 (https://bit.ly/3sjIWcs) an unidentified flying
object that was seen in the evening sky over Oahu, Hawaii, caused
hundreds of witnesses to call the local Emergency Service lines.
According to eyewitnesses, the object fell into the ocean and was
never seen again. 
Around 8:30 PM on December 29, multiple witnesses filmed an
unexplained blue light in the sky (https://youtu.be/EvYP_U2ELlE).
Unlike most UFO cases, the blue object remained visible long enough
for eyewitnesses to follow it for miles with a car. It was moving fast
through the sky but it was completely silent. In the end, the UFO
dropped into the ocean and disappeared forever.
People did not wait long to inform the local police department which,
in turn, contacted the Federal Aviation Administration. Officials
wondered if there was a deviated or missing aircraft in the area but
the FAA confirmed that the radars had not caught anything and also
that there were no missing planes on record.
The inability to explain this phenomenon gave people the freedom
to suggest their own theories. Naturally, the speculations ranged
from aliens to simple explanations.
For example, a YouTube channel called ufoofinterest came up with
a believable suggestion that the UFO over Hawaii was an LED kite.
You can watch the explanation for this theory below.
John Greenewald, founder and owner of the Black Vault, filed
a Freedom of Information request for the report created by the
Federal Aviation Administration. He received it in early April and
published the entire document on his website here.
The report confirmed that the government still has no clue about
what the UFO over Hawaii was or where it came from. Overall, the
document included almost no information from the interaction
between the military and police apart from negative answers to
questions like:
• “Was it a NMAC?” which stands for Near Mid Air Collision;
• “Was this a possible pilot deviation?”
It is safe to say that the case remains open. Unless somebody comes
out with claims for the incident, we will likely never know the
truth. Of course, if the UFO crashed into the ocean as it was
reported originally, maybe it will end up on the shores someday.
About two weeks ago, a website leaked a US Navy video of a
triangular UFO taken in July 2019. We recently wrote an article
about the case where several unidentified objects hovered over US
Navy warships on several occasions in the same month. The video
you can see below was taken during these unexplained sightings.
The US Navy photographed and filmed “pyramid” shaped UFOs
and “spherical” advanced transmedium vehicles; here is that footage.
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What you see above is only one of the “swarm of drones” reported
by several US Navy warships. We need to mention that officials
confirmed that this is not a secret project by the government nor it
is foreign technology. As always, there is no explanation.
It is good to see, however, that the government no longer stays in
the shadows when footage like this leaks online. We get more
information from agencies which proves that we are on the right
path to complete transparency.
Unfortunately, this sighting or the UFO in Hawaii do not confirm
the true nature of unidentified flying objects, nor do they confirm
that they are something otherworldly. It is a fact, however, that
this last year saw a spike in UFO sightings and more and more people
start to believe that this is more than a conspiracy.
We now have to wait for the Intelligence Authorization Act for 2021
to come into power in June. The government has been set to declassify
all documents related to UFOs or UAPs and who knows, maybe these
files contain the answers we seek.