UFOs captured over MEXICAN VOLCANO on National TV October 11, 2012.
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A couple of UFOs captured during a national television news broadcast in MEXICO on October 11, 2012. UFOs captured on live-cam. News anchor Lopez Doriga is baffled by this sighting. UFOs often fly in and out of volcanoes, specially during high volcanic activity. Seems that UFOs either hide in volcanoes or are attracted to the high levels of magnetic activity. Either way, there you have it. Aircraft do not fly that fast. Judge for yourself. Footage needs further analysis but it was broadcast live on national TV.Date: October 11, 2012.Location: Popocatepetl Volcano. Puebla, MEXICO.Courtesy of: NOTICIERO TELEVISAChannel: Skywatchers International on FacebookSource: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=122662894549729UFOs are making themselves known to populations all over the globe by posing themselves practically over every city and town in the world. It's been going on for most of 2012 but mostly there has been an increase in UFO sightings worldwide over these past three months. It's time to wake up.At Global UFO Skywatch, we receive UFO videos from people worldwide.UFOs are not necessarily alien space-craft from another galaxy and/or dimension piloted by more intelligent beings than humans, since they could very well represent military terrestrial craft or natural phenomena.The objects in the videos presented herein are unidentified thus far.At Global UFO Skywatch, we take pride in not uploading fraudulent videos since all material is carefully analyzed and verified.Our objective here at Global UFO Skywatch is to gather as many UFO videos from around the world to do a comparative study on the subject in order to know who is inside these craft and the reason for alien visitation, if any.If you have captured any UFOs and would like to remain anonymous, please send your video to the following email address: ProjectUfoSkywatch@rocketmail.com with the exact date and location of your sighting and let the truth be known!