Just got back from Rachel. Took some videos. Can anyone tell me what I'm looking at here?



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Message posted by Tom on April 12, 2019 at 11:18:37 PST:

Swung by Rachel and the surrounding areas. Pulled over near Groom Lake road to watch the sky and it didn't disappoint. I'm totally skeptical in nature, but I was pretty blown away by a few of these planes.

I'm wondering if anyone knows what they are, has theories as to what's going on, etc. Also curious if I'm capturing anything new here or if folks have seen these before.

These are best viewed on your phone probably because you can zoom in. I shot in portrait mode, sorry.

The first video: I saw some short jet streams and began filming, moments later the aircraft would seemingly vanish and then reappear a ways away. I captured the jet stream condensing to a single point and then kind of fading out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lH3AaoYg91c&feature=youtu.be


The second video: Moments after this it appeared almost directly above my head. Really high up there. You can see the craft in this video. Looked like a tiny black dot from where I was.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iU5ylklsm2M&feature=youtu.be

The third video: The next day I drove down to the main gate, as I was approaching I got a pretty clear video of what looks like a black triangle. Just kind of coasting along. Not making much noise.

https://youtu.be/DZJD3xv4xdg

Needless to say, even if these are just standard government planes we all know about— they're pretty incredible and would love to know what they are. Of course, down for more outlandish theories as well. Thanks for your time and sorry it's in portrait mode!

If anyone wants the whole files just email me at tom.j.phillips127@gmail.com and I'll send them to you. YouTube compresses them like crazy.


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