A “fleet” of bizarre objects has been captured hovering off the coast of North Carolina.

William Guy was travelling on a ferry across the Pimlico Sound lagoon when he spotted 14 bizarre objects in the sky.

He immediately started recording and the footage has left the conspiracy world in shock.

The video begins with the sight of the sky, seemingly showing the sun setting.

William pans the camera across the horizon showing nothing in sight.

“Look, nothing in the sky, at all,” he said.

As he cuts across the sky the lit up cluster is seen floating aimlessly.

“Can anybody tell me what that is?” William asks.

He adds: “We’re in the middle of the ocean, on a ferry.

“There’s nothing around, no land, no nothing.”

After posting it to YouTube only days ago, William told viewers the lights disappeared from sight before coming back some two minutes later.

Several well-known conspiracy YouTube channels have re-posted the footage, including mavi 777 who labelled the objects a “UFO fleet”.

Fellow conspiracy site UFOMania also saw the video and wrote: “Fleet of mysterious lights appear above the sea.”

Other views chimed in with their thoughts, with one saying: “The outer orbit of the Earth is swarming with alien advanced craft.

“Earth is under heavy observation.”

But another had a perhaps more logical explanation, saying: “It’s not a UFO, they’re training targets for military aircraft.”

Story From the Daily Star

Written by Dr Jamie Branson

I provide a broad spectrum of news to View TV News whilst taking stories from the public and allowing people to hear about the real news every day of the week. Check out more at https://viewtvnews.com

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