The two amateur clips that have just come to light have led some alien life conspiracy theorists to the conclusion they show of pair of anomalies agitating an airplane. Two shaky handheld smartphone films supposedly show two strange white specks seemingly flying close to the plane.
Well-known UFO hunter Scott Waring bizarrely believes the videos prove the evidence of alien visitors to the UK.
Scott Waring: They do not appear to be jets. Very odd but very interesting videos
He took to his UFO Sightings Daily blog to speculate about the so-called discovery.
Mr Waring said: “Two UFOs were seen a few days ago over Manchester, the United Kingdom.
“The large white objects were seen following a jet for a little while.
“The objects have no wings, tail or contrail.
“They do not appear to be jets. Very odd but very interesting videos.”
The self-styled ET authority then attempts an explanation of what he thinks happened in the footage.
Mr Waring said: “I don’t think the pilot of the jet knew about the UFOs otherwise he would have turned and investigated.
“But instead he only made a single flyby.
“The pilot had to have seen the two objects, because the are just so close and they are about a quarter the size of the jet itself.
“Absolute proof that aliens are highly interested in plane technology.”
However, the anomalies videos are not alien in origin and are in fact almost certainly just drones.
Despite their small size, the drones are falling far closer to the camera person, explaining why they seem to be flying as fast as the passenger plane.
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