is right!! UFOs do exist!!
And they've been in Houston!!
Forgive the use of exclamation points, but this truly is astounding news, you've got to admit.
Clear, compelling video evidence of a UFO in Houston was put up on YouTube about two weeks ago.
But none of the so-called "Mainstream Media" thought to tell you about it, of course.
Simply view this clip, is all we ask.
It's from a Houstonian, who bravely recreates his morning routine of getting something out of the refrigerator for his dogs, going to his backyard and then....encountering Them.
Anyone who sees the out-of-focus ultramodern space vehicle that looks like a Toys R Us reject will be convinced; skeptics need only note that the spaceship caused disturbances in the video whenever it moved, which all but proves it's real.
Other skeptics might note the guy shooting the video doesn't talk during it. "People say 'Where's your voice?'" he says. "I wanted to, but I couldn't. Even the dogs couldn't bark. I don't know if it was sending a signal to me saying 'Don't move, don't talk, just watch.'"
Well, obviously it was. But this amateur couldn't know that. So he went to an expert.
Noted UFO investigator Jaime Maussan says the tape is "one of the best UFO footages in close range and with plenty of evidence."
So watch. And BELIEVE.
-- Richard Connelly
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