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Diamond-Shaped UFO Recorded Over Turkey
Unexplained Phenomena Examiner
A diamond-shaped UFO was spotted over the country of Turkey yesterday. This unidentified flying
object was recorded on video. The UFO video is grainy and poor quality, but it does show a strange
anomaly glowing in the darkness.
Latest UFO Sightings reported: "This unidentified flying object was recorded in the sky above
Antalya, a city on the Mediterranean coast of southwestern Turkey on Saturday, 11th February 2012."
The UFO seemed to be shaped like a diamond or arrowhead. It appeared green in color on the video,
but it isn't clear whether that was its actual color. The low quality video itself may be to blame
for the UFO's green appearance.
The video lasts nearly eight minutes. During that time, there are close-ups and long shots of the
UFO. The close-ups reveal what appears to be a bubble shaped enclosure or fuselage on the
unidentified flying object.
The person who recorded the unidentified flying object posted a message on YouTube offering his
services in making a UFO movie with "a very famous director." He wants to make a movie called My 12
Years With Aliens.
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