From the Far East China where aggresive UFO's forced an airport to shutdown to the Far West New York, athough this time allegedly UFO's sightings in Manhattan doesn't shut the JFK International Airport.
The shiny mysterious object was thought first as a balloon, but when some residents in Chelsea, Manhattan zoomed their pixeled-camera-bound Twitter it turned out it has a tail of clustered lights. This sparked UFO alert on the always busy streets of Manhattan and even halted the traffic but not the air traffic. Although Police and the Federal Aviation Authority were bombarded with calls around at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday but were unable to ascertain what it was either.
After few minutes pictures bolted on Twitter and YouTube sites, some photo showed of tiny silver dots floating around 5,000ft above 23rd St and Eighth Avenue.
Daily Mail reports, tha some witness like Pete Bryant, 32, added: ‘I saw five or six lights shining in the sky. There was no way that thing was a balloon. There was something weird about it. Light just doesn't reflect off balloons like that.’ Some say it looks like a jelly fish with dotted lights.
FAA was unable to find abnormal on their radar, downplaying the UFO scare in the Chelsea district of Manhattan. Some Twitter blog posts linked the sighting it to a book published by a retired US Air Force officer Stanley A. Fulham. In his book ‘Challenges of Change’ which said that October 13, the very day the sighting happened, would witness ‘a massive UFO display over the world's principal cities.’
As you can see on the video, in broad daylight still you can see all those scrambling dotted objects that seems lost from it's mother ship. What do you think? Do we expect more rampant bizarre somewhat alien encounters like this in the future?