From Scott C. Waring - Taiwan
A storm spotter caught something odd on video. During a lightening storm, a huge sphere with six spikes on its outer shell was seen. The object was huge and seemed to stop for a few seconds and then zoom about and off back into the clouds.
Eyewitness states: "I am a storm spotter with the National Weather service and accustomed to seeing things in the sky. During the "off-season" I like to shoot slow motion video of lightening whenever storms pass through. That's what I was doing at the time. Since lightening is unpredictable I hit record, let it run for about a minute, then stop. Ill do this the length of the storm then review the recordings when I am finished. Upon review I realized that I had captured something on video that I can not explain. This particular video I had hit record and realized I was in standard video mode and not slow motion so I stopped it within a few seconds, switched to slow motion and went on. As such the video is very short. Ive asked my peers in meteorology what they think it is and no one has an answer. That is what brought me here. Im at a loss for an explanation. The first video is the original and the second is brightened up to see the object more clearly. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated."
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