Is this a crashing UFO captured on camera? Smoking flying saucer 'falls to Earth'


The snap was caught over a forest surrounding the Yuba River, in Dobbins, California, and has been handed to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), the world’s biggest organisation dedicated to investigating such sightings.

In a report to MUFON, the unnamed witness said they did not see any craft in the sky while photographing the area.

He wrote: “I was on a boat fishing trip with my father. We were on the North Fork of the Yuba River. On this day at about 5pm (June 22) I took several pictures of the surrounding canyon and forest. 

“While reviewing all the camping photos, I observed an object in the sky above the treeline in one of the pictures. 

“I had taken three pictures within a few seconds of each other. The second picture has the object. The first and third picture of the same location have no object in them. 

“The object looks rectangular, and shiny silver or white on one side. In the location where the photo was taken there were no aircraft in the sky and the only birds we had had seen were hawks or vultures. 

“The area we were in is very secluded. There were no other people around, and no noise other than the river going over a rock bed.”

Scott C Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, pointed to the smoke and said it could well have landed.

He said: “UFOs often move fast, so fast that the human eye would not be able to notice it. The digital eye is more perfect and can capture most UFOs, but some are just too fast. 

“This is a great capture of a classic style disk with a raised centre dome on top. From the photo I can see a cloud like smear of colour above it. That is the direction from which it came. 

“It was heading down. It was probably landing in the trees not far from this person.”

Scott Brando runs, a website which exposes UFO hoaxes or misinterpreted images.

He says blurred objects like this are usually just insects or birds caught out of focus by the camera, giving the appearance of a UFO.

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