UFOs Visited Houston Last Week, According To Footage That "Looks Authentic"

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If your husband came home last week complaining about an alien anal probe, he's not a closet case. Chances are he was actually probed by the aliens whose spaceship hovered over downtown Houston last week.

Don't take our word for it -- take the word of the website Before it's News, which says the footage "is a little shaky but it looks authentic."

That's good enough for us. "The UFOs seem to travel as a triangle and then break apart," the site analyzes.

The compelling silent footage, after the jump. We assume all eight minutes must be watched, because we could only get through three minutes and, well, not to doubt Before It's News or anything, but we remain skeptical.

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