It’s the best UFO Video in Years’ – Large UFO Hovering Over Lake Erie

This is a spectacular UFO filmed over Lake Erie with what looks like a genuine UFO Mothership because of it's size I'm saying that it is a Mothership.

It might just be a genuine bona-fide Flying Saucer or Flying Disk. It’s got a height above the water and we can see straight underneath the Flying Saucer so it’s not a mirage or a trick of the light etc. If it was, we would not be able to see underneath the Flying Saucer because Tricks of light don’t create snippets of reality and splice in into view wherever it wants to. That is not how it works, tricks of light plays with what’s there, it doesn’t add reality, it makes do with what it can see. That’s my understanding of what we see here.

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Lake Erie

Lake Erie, fourth largest of the five Great Lakes of North America. It forms the boundary between Canada (Ontario) to the north and the United States (Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York) to the west, south, and east. The major axis of the lake extends from west-southwest to east-northeast for 241 miles (388 km), and the lake has a maximum width of 57 miles. The total area of the lake’s drainage basin is 30,140 square miles (78,062 square km), exclusive of surface area, which is 9,910 square miles. The lake’s principal tributary rivers are the Detroit (carrying the discharge of Lake Huron), Huron, and Raisin rivers of Michigan; the Maumee, Portage, Sandusky, Cuyahoga, and Grand rivers of Ohio; the Cattaraugus Creek of New York; and the Grand River of Ontario. The lake discharges at its eastern end through the Niagara River, and its western end contains all of the islands, the largest being Pelee Island, Ontario. With a mean surface height of 570 feet (170 metres) above sea level, Erie has the smallest mean depth (62 feet) of the Great Lakes, and its deepest point is 210 feet. Because of its small size and shallow character, the lake has a comparatively short water-retention time of 2.6 years. Storms frequently cause short-period fluctuations in lake level that can amount to several feet at the ends of the lake. It is an important link in the St. Lawrence Seaway. The New York State Barge Canal has an outlet at Tonawanda, New York, on the Niagara River, and one of its branches enters Lake Erie at Buffalo.

Real UFO Mothership Over Lake Erie

What’s the chances that this is a huge Alien Mothership UFO hovering over lake Erie in the United States and possibly trying to pass itself off or look like a fishing vessel or a super tanker?

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This looks so real, but is it a Mothership above the water over Lake Erie or just an everyday UFO or Underwater UFO or USO which means Unidentified Submerged Object? Because I’ll tell you now, it looks so real. This is the question I’m asking everyone because when you see the huge UFO in this really good video you will see exactly why I am saying guys – it looks real. Two friends from the United States have recently managed to capture a scene that seems like a science fiction movie.

An enormous floating object appears on the Great Lakes, UFO, ghost ship or something else? This is what people have been wondering about since people saw the amazing UFO video uploaded to YouTube in April 2019.

Aside from scientific considerations, the Great Lakes are also the site of some legends, many of which are still unsolved. Furthermore, it is known as the “Triangle of Bermuda” of the North American continent. In this enigmatic place there have been disappearances of ships, people and planes since 1891, when a schooner named Thomas Hume and his crew vanished. But the most recent mystery occurred on the night of June 23, 1950, when Flight 2501 of Northwest Orient Airlines vanished without a trace with the 55 passengers and three crew members on Lake Michigan. But now a video could show that in the Great Lakes there is much more than just water.

A father and son were driving near Toledo, Ohio, along the shore of Lake Erie last Christmas when they saw a huge object floating above the surface. They stopped and the father decided to record it on video. At first it looks like a cloud, but if you look more closely you can see how the object is symmetrical, showing a shape similar to a classic flying Saucer or a cigar type UFO. The color is the same throughout the object and its edges look pretty well defined. This object appears on Lake Erie which is part of the Great Lakes.

If this was me who saw this from the shore of Lake Erie I would definitely film it and if I had a good zoom on the camera like this guy has, I’d zoom in and try to figure it out?

Man made ship and starts to record it.

Then surely it can be seen by any “even half vigilant” captains of other ships really close to it and report it to the police, I mean c’mon at least the police should be called, right? For real, this looks weird and that’s not the question because there’s really only one question and that’s this.

Has this supposedly Mothership UFO been reported to any proper authorities and has any Government agency looked into this with an open mind because it’s gonna need an open mind and not a pre judgemental side to anyone looking into it, that’s for sure.

Another theory is Ghost ships:

One of the sightings of ghost ships in the Great Lakes is the Le Griffon, which disappeared on Lake Michigan in 1679. It is said to have been cursed, and since then it has been seen chasing and colliding with other boats near the port of Michigan, just to disappear before the impact. Its shipwreck remains a mystery. Another ghost ship is the Bannockburn, a Canadian freighter that disappeared in 1902 on Lake Superior. He still sails the lake, usually between Port Arthur, Michigan and Soo Locks, between Lake Superior and Huron.

So, who knows what to believe when it comes to the great lakes? I suppose that depends on who you ask, right?


Hello, My name is Mia Lalisa and I am glad to have you here on Justbartanews. I am part time blogger and author. I have a strong passion for science.

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