In September 2013, A ship off the California coastline was spotted generating large plumes of smoke. But beach bystanders gathering to observe the spectacle soon realized they weren’t the first responders to the massive Pacific smoke signal.
Four glowing balls of light can be seen hovering above the ship’s airspace, west of the ship. The UFOs remain relatively stationary at first, seeming content at just observing the events as they unravel. But without notice, the illuminated balls of energy abruptly depart the scene. One by one, the UFOs take off in varying directions, demonstrating an impressive amount of speed in the process. The latter 3 departing UFOs actually appear to retreat higher up into the earths atmosphere. This seems to rule out the possibility of parachute flares, a tool used in maritime emergencies.
Where did these inquisitive aircraft originate from, and why did they vacate the scene with such haste? Did the smoking ship catch the attention of extraplanetary onlookers, swooping into Earth’s atmosphere for a quick peek at the commotion? The scenario is an intriguing one, and a frank reminder for the potential of alien observation of our mysterious blue planet.