/UFO over Manhattan sky caught on tape

UFO over Manhattan sky caught on tape

A mysterious shiny, silver object floating high over Manhattan Wednesday had even observed by the New Yorkers scratching their heads. The unidentified shiny object was spotted at about 1:30 p.m. Eastern time yesterday.

Hundreds of people were stopped in the middle of the sidewalks of the Chelsea neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side, looking up in the sky.

A flurry of 911 calls Wednesday claimed the balloons were ominous UFOs hovering over the city. That story was deflated by the New York Daily News, which interview students who held an engagement party for their Language Arts teacher, Andrea Craparo. The not-so-official explanation, it was likely a weather balloon.

Hundreds of people were stopped in the middle of the sidewalks of the Chelsea neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side, looking up in the sky.

A flurry of 911 calls Wednesday claimed the balloons were ominous UFOs hovering over the city. That story was deflated by the New York Daily News, which interview students who held an engagement party for their Language Arts teacher, Andrea Craparo. The not-so-official explanation, it was likely a weather balloon.

Hundreds of people were stopped in the middle of the sidewalks of the Chelsea neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side, looking up in the sky.

A flurry of 911 calls Wednesday claimed the balloons were ominous UFOs hovering over the city. That story was deflated by the New York Daily News, which interview students who held an engagement party for their Language Arts teacher, Andrea Craparo. The not-so-official explanation, it was likely a weather balloon.

Hundreds of people were stopped in the middle of the sidewalks of the Chelsea neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side, looking up in the sky.

A flurry of 911 calls Wednesday claimed the balloons were ominous UFOs hovering over the city. That story was deflated by the New York Daily News, which interview students who held an engagement party for their Language Arts teacher, Andrea Craparo. The not-so-official explanation, it was likely a weather balloon.

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