In a recent report, a high-secret video that leaked from U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) archives came to light. In that recording, an actual UFO sighting has been noted. The video shows UFO splitting into two as it rises from the sea. The metallic object seen in footage has a peculiar movement that has never been seen before. It moved very quickly over land and lunged into ocean. When it reappeared, the metallic object morphed into something else.
It has already been confirmed by Scientific Coalition of Ufology (SCU) that the video belonged to Homeland Security. In their website, SCU further explained that the spotted UFO did not resemble any known object or its characteristics were not similar to any known aircraft or anything natural, to be confused with something else.
Ever since the video came to surface at the hands of a whistleblower, on condition of anonymity, many people have also confirmed that they saw the UFO.
Even though the video has just been released, the incident took place back in 2013. However, they wanted to ensure that the video was indeed authentic and not doctored in anyway, before releasing it to the public. The team included six other scientists who corroborate the claim.
The video was shot on April 25. 2013 at a Puerto Rican airport around 9:20 p.m. The UFO activity was noted and observed by DHC-8 Turboprop aircraft belonging to US Customs and Border Protection. The crew that monitored the UFO were a part of DHS.
According to a report by Journal Online, the DHC-8 plane was on its way to a routine flight when they spotted pink, red light above the ocean. The object above light was moving towards Southern direction. They immediately radioed the object as they were not expecting any incoming traffic at that time.
The tower too seemed perplexed they also noticed the object but were could not say with certainty what it might be.
It was also later confirmed by SCU that on the night of UFO spotting, a flight was reportedly delayed. In more such details, it became certain that the tower was trying to monitor an unidentified object on its radar, just before DHC-8 took off.
The most fascinating part about this object is that when it was spotted, it dove at least half a mile into the ocean and then darted back up, as it split into two parts. The object was at speeds ranging between 40-120 mph. SCU reveals that there is no technology known to mankind that is capable of achieving that antic.
They said in a statement, “There is NO explanation for an object capable of traveling under water at over 90 mph with minimal impact as it enters the water, through the air at 120 mph at low altitude through a residential area without navigational lights, and finally to be capable of splitting into two separate objects. No bird, no balloon, no aircraft, and no known drones have that capability.”