Check out this interesting video captured over the Kansas City area last week. It shows a spinning metallic object which doesn't look like a balloon, plane or drone. By definition, that means it's a UFO.

Special thanks to Alvaro Agon who sent us a message in response to the UFO fleet that was recently spotted over the Midwest. Alvaro said that he captured this video near Overland Park, Kansas, Thursday, January 27, 2022 at 3:22 pm.

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See if you can identify what this object is.

When I see objects like this, I look for conventional explanations first. Could it be a mylar balloon that was released from a birthday party or a weather measuring instrument from the National Weather Service? Or, maybe a drone? It doesn't look like either of these to me nor does it look like a conventional aircraft.

I don't have an answer for what Alvaro recorded on his phone last Thursday. Do you?

Most common words used to describe UFOs from reported sightings

UFOs (unidentified flying objects) have been reported throughout history and people have used similar words to describe them throughout. Stacker culled the National UFO Reporting Center’s top list of UFO descriptors and famous examples of each UFO in history.