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Google Maps helps many people do various things, but tracking UFOs might be a new one.

Andrea Dove contacted ABC News affiliate KLTV in East Texas with an interesting tip. Dove was using Google Maps to get directions to visit her aunt in Jacksonville, Texas, when she spotted a UFO while using the Street View option.

Don?t believe it? Try it yourself by simply searching Jacksonville, Texas, and panning upward toward the sky in Street View to spot the reddish UFO near the clouds ? although no one in Jacksonville has ever reported seeing one.

If you?re still looking for more evidence, try the same trick by searching for the Sky City Casino Hotel on 32 Indian Service Route 30, Acoma Pueblo, N.M. The same object appears in the sky hovering over the street.

What do these two sites have in common? A McDonald?s.

Is it really the same UFO or simply a lens flare? :shiftyninja:

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I love the fact that most UFO's depicted (generally of outworldly origin) tend to look crap, none are generally shown as terrifyingly awesome Borg Spheres/Cube or ships that resemble something along the line of ST:Voyager. No, all UFO's look like they've been cooked up by the mind of the 1950's child. I mean seriously, if an advanced race can traverse vast distances I'm sure they wouldn't design something so goddamn aweful, unless they're here to steal Apple designers ;)

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Jacksonville, Texas

Strange things are happening there :shiftyninja:

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Lens Flare.

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Yeah, looks like lens flare to me too. The giveaway, to me, is below the 'object' on the right side. See that line of white? Looks like lens flare.

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Strange that it looks like the classic flying saucer shape. :shifty:

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The human brain likes to see patterns based on things it knows. It's also highly susceptible. Most will immediately think of an UFO (thinking of ≠ actually believing it is) because that's what the title suggests. It could also easily be a hat.

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Another Day, Another Hoax Killed.

This is what happens when you get of your ass instead of saying "i dont know therefore aliens".

Predictable responses from the "truth" community

1 He's a shill

2 Flag the video

3 Yeah thats pretty much it

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Looks like a huge boob in the sky!! Mmmm boobies.

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Lens flare.

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This is what happens when you get of your ass instead of saying "i dont know therefore aliens".

Now now, we already could tell right off the bat the UFO was indeed a lens flare.

But maybe that's what the aliens want us to think. :shifty:

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^ It looks like the saucer is in mostly invisible mode -- but the camera can pick up partial light radiation from it -- in the infared range.

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Yeah, looks like lens flare to me too. The giveaway, to me, is below the 'object' on the right side. See that line of white? Looks like lens flare.

that's just what the aliens WANT you to think...

:shiftyninja:

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Yeah, looks like lens flare to me too. The giveaway, to me, is below the 'object' on the right side. See that line of white? Looks like lens flare.

It could be both. ;) Lens flare over the UFO.

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They must have been using an iPhone as the camera and accidently upgraded to IOS6, so it could be both :ninja:

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^ It looks like the saucer is in mostly invisible mode -- but the camera can pick up partial light radiation from it -- in the infared range.

I don't know how anyone can be so willfully ignorant, Why is it on the road ?

It could be both. ;) Lens flare over the UFO.

This entire universe could be an elaborate computer simulation. Big whop

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They must have been using an iPhone

Yep. Definitely Apple's fault!

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Once again, the photo is low resolution, how convenient. It's odd how people carrying DSLR's or even a decent digital camera never sight a UFO. :rolleyes:

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It was made by Google street view cameras, and is 'blown up'.

It was not a deliberate photograph of a recognized object -- no one was looking for it.

How clear do you expect it to be ? :laugh:

It is one static picture of a moment in time. Even an airplane might be dim, fuzzy, questionable.

It could be flare -- or something else.

Also, few people are looking for unknown craft flying thru the skies, are carrying good cameras, and are adept at using the camera.

And 'aliens' do not often pose, or fly at low altitudes, and low speeds.

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