Friday, December 03, 2021

Colombia: Unidentified Object Recorded as Airliner Lands



Date: 12.01.2021

 COLOMBIA: Unidentified Object Recorded as Airliner Lands

 The event took place in Colombia and a 'flying saucer' - invisible at normal speed - becomes plainly visible when the recording is slowed down.

 The presence of unidentified flying objects (UFO) has become increasingly frequent in certain areas of our planet, and technological developments allow things that were not readily apparent to be seen by infrared or high quality cameras.

 This is what happened at the El Dorado International Airport of Bogotá, Colombia's capital city, where Argentinean driver César Escola captured the precise moment when a UFO flew at dazzling speed below an airliner about to land. This could only be seen in slow motion, as it was impossible to do so at normal speed.

 According to the statement made by the musician and show host, it all happened only days ago as he was getting ready to fly to the department of Antioquia. He found himself waiting aboard the plane at Bogotá Airport since there was traffic coming in for a landing. It was then that he decided to take out his new smartphone to test its camera and record the moment with some photos and videos.

 According to the images shown by César Escola, there an unidentified flying object (UFO) moving from side to side and at high speed, just behind the airplane that was getting ready to land at the airport. "Notice the speed, because while the airliner is barely moving [the object] goes past at an incredible speed," he added.

 Subsequently, the famous show host said to those who may question the recording that it has not been edited in any way and is not a hoax, noting that he has no reason do so or involve himself with such things.

 Escola says he is willing to turn the original recording over to the proper authorities, so that the nature of what was recorded on his device can be explained to him.

 NOTE: The video is embedded in CRONICA's web page and can be seen at

 [Translation (c) 20201 S. Corrales IHU with thanks to Lionel Diego Cortese and Guillermo Giménez]