Aliens Make An Appearance For King Charles' Coronation? 'UFO Caught On Camera' As Red Arrows Fly Above The Historical Event!
Simon Balson, who was clicking pictures of the aerial show picked up 'the unusual object'
UFOs and aliens have made several subtle hints about their existence, but none of these sightings have given any substantial proof of the existence of extraterrestrial life. However, the space beings seem to have made yet another appearance at a historical event on Earth. A photographer claims to have pictured a 'UFO' airborne over King Charles' Coronation on Saturday, reported Mirror.
Simon Balson, who was clicking pictures of the aerial show - which was scaled down due to weather conditions - and that is when he picked up 'the unusual object'. The photographer said that he has no clue what the object is adding that there have been numerous similar sightings in the East London area in recent times. ALSO READ | Aliens Discovered In Ice Beneath Four Moons of Uranus? Scientists Claim They May Conceal Vast Seas And Could Be Brimming With Extraterrestrial Life
The pictures featured the Red Arrows aircraft in flight, heading towards the Mall in London - however, slightly above is a red object. However, owing to the bad weather conditions, simon did not review the photos until Sunday morning, after which he noticed the unusual object in a single frame.
A Mirror report quoted Balson saying, "I was shooting some photos from the 13th floor of my apartment building in Limehouse while the red arrows did their fly-over. The weather was bad so there were no birds in the air, and I couldn't really see the planes so I didn't check the photos until later." ALSO READ | Aliens Are Coming To Earth? Advanced Extraterrestrial Organisms Can Detect Earth Through Radio Signals Leaked by Mobile Phone Towers-REPORTS
"I enhanced the image and tried to increase the spec to see what it was, it looks like a floating acorn or something. All I could get is that it had a little bit of a red top, but I just have no idea what it could be," the shutterbug said.
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