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UFO Or Glitch In The System? Aircraft 120 Times Faster Than Plane Caught On Tracker

OCTOBER 13, 2016  —  By Sarah Jewel  
Sarah Jewel

Sarah Jewel

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in the land of beautiful winters.

It's kind of the eternal question: Are we alone?

Because science has yet to prove the existence of alien life, UFO hunters everywhere hope to be the first to come forward with video that shows alien spacecraft.

While many folks have captured odd floating orbs in the sky many times over, what this guy caught on his computer corresponded with an eerie aircraft in New Zealand. Could this be all the proof we need?

At the same time an apparent saucer was in the air, a flight tracker caught a plane moving 120 times faster than anything else in the sky.

The swift movement across the ocean from New Zealand to Canberra, Australia, if accurate, would be faster than any known aircraft today.

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To make the whole thing just a little bit more interesting, the news crew that reported this phenomena checked out the flight ID with the FAA -- it didn't exist.

UFO bloggers are considering this absolute evidence of alien life.

Scott C. Manning wrote, "This is the first time in history that a piece of technology has gathered irrefutable proof of extraterrestrials."

However, not everyone is convinced. YouTube commenters noted that there are often glitches in flight tracking systems that cause planes to appear to move quickly.

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Whether you're a diehard believer or a complete skeptic, this impossibly fast plane remains an unidentified object...for now.


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