UFOs exist. To say that they do not shows a gross ignorance as to what the term “UFO” actually means. Simply put: A UFO is and “Unidentified Flying Object.” The “unidentified flying object” doesn’t have to be piloted by the Men In Black or the Greys or some Bug-Eyed Monster from outer space intent on converting humans into herding livestock. It could be blue and moving erratically over the town of Centreville, Virginia. It might not be an aircraft at all, just some strange blue entity that appeared in the nighttime sky outside Washington, D. C. last week. Regardless, as My Fox DC reported, Bryan Fains thought that its presence in Virginia warranted capturing on video.
“All of a sudden, it would stop and go back like this,” Bryan Fains told My Fox DC, using his finger to indicate the direction of the UFO. “At one point, it stopped and went up and up.”
Fains wasn’t the only person who saw the blue light in the sky. Several Centreville shoppers saw the object. However, using his cell phone, he was the only one that caught it on video.
Bryan Fains described what he saw. “[There] was no sound. It was a distinct blue light. It never flashed or blinked or nothing. It was just blue.”
In the video, Fains talks with another observer. They speculate as to whether or not it is a plane. They note how it is circling, but, as Fains notes, “It was going circles and going backward. It’s doing something it ain’t supposed to be doing pretty much… like that right there.”
The UFO had reversed direction in mid-flight.
The other observer notes that the entity is the “wrong color.” Fains agrees. “Exactly,” he says. “I ain’t never seen no blue light flying around.”
As he later told My Fox DC, “It’s weird. You only see this type of stuff in movies. Just as long as we’re here, I’m sure there are other things somewhere.”
And he could be correct. According to Drake’s Equation, the mathematical formula created by noted astrophysicist Dr. Frank Drake of University of California, Santa Cruz, there could be at least 10,000 Earth-like planets in the Milky Way galaxy that could conceivably contain life and which could potentially have the capability of communicating with the Earth. Some of those planets could also conceivably send an emissary to Earth.
A blue one perhaps…
Then again, it could be some strange light anomaly or some type of aircraft outfitted with blue lights. Or perhaps even the old government cliche/cover-up explanation — a weather balloon.
Bryan Fains’ video of the Virginia blue light UFO follows.
“VIDEO: Blue-Colored UFO in Centreville,” MyFoxDC.com