By Tom Rose
July 27, 2012 12:00 AM EDT
A weird, horseshoe-shaped UFO was spotted and videotaped in the skies over Busan, South Korea which seems to be the first of its kind.
The unidentified flying object is traveling at a very fast clip, probably meaning it’s not any kind of weather balloon. The original, raw feed segment shows the object pitching and yawing through the air, as if it was being piloted.
The second half of the video is a zoomed-in closeup, which does show more detail, but doesn’t help to explain exactly what the object really is.
What at first look seems to be the classic saucer-shaped type of UFO, is revealed to have a strange cleft in its center, giving the object its horseshoe shaping.
The daytime sky is bright and clear, giving a very good view of the object. It just seems to be a bit too far away from the camera to positively identify what it is.
There are no wings jutting out and there doesn’t seem to be any exhaust. There are also no running, navigational lights or the usual markings identifying it as any known aircraft.
So, what is it?
Here’s the video:
What do you think?