Robin McCray lives in Orangeburg, South Carolina. She often sees UFOs above her home but this time they were closer to the ground and her son-in-law was able to get several good photos. However they are not very clear when enlarged.
“My son-in-law, Ryan Jordan, walked out on our porch the evening of January 7, 2022 and saw a colorful UFO in the sky,” sh
e wrote in her email. “He immediately dashed back inside to tell us. Of course, my husband and I followed him out the door.
“We all saw a colorful UFO that was quite close to the ground and another smaller one. We watched them for about 20 minutes. Ryan took these photos with his cellphone about 8:20 p.m. that evening.
“We are seeing UFOs on a regular basis; most nights they show up. Two often appear together and seem to communicate by flashing lights at each other. As you know, we continue to see Bigfoot on our property.”
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Why the switch from UFO to UAP? By Mary Joyce The term UAP came into being in 2020 when the U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence within the Department of Defense formed the “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force.” The new task force was created because ever-changing phenomena without definable shapes were being seen more frequently in our skies. Though the task force is new, the UAPs are not. The above photos of a UAP were taken by a professional photographer hiking in Griffith Park in Los Angeles back on July 12, 2014. She wasn’t planning to take sky photos but then she saw a “tiny white object slowly tracking through the sky.” Fortunately, she had a camera with
a 200mm lens with her so she could zoom in on the UAP. “It was so fascinating and bizarre looking,” she told us. “It looked like some kind of plasma-morphing marshmallow.”
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