C130 Massive Cargo Plane Hovering In Mid Flight Over New Jersey

Unusual military plane hovering in mid flight.

This is as strange as it gets as far as planes just sat in midair as if it's normal or an everyday event (which I assure you it's not). We're actually seeing a C130 massive cargo, turbo propeller plane that cannot hover but yet here it is hovering in mid flight. This was seen over New Jersey in April 2016.

There's many things going on here that are wrong!

There's no noise from any of the propeller engines which you should be able to hear even from that distance from the plane?  The plane is obviously hovering. New Jersey gets its fair share of anomalies I can assure you but this is ridiculous and makes me think that the USAF might have a new piece of gravity defying technology?

It's curious, it's interesting, it's suspicious, it's intriguing and it's got me thinking "is this or could this be a UFO using a cloaking device" (albeit using it very wrong as it's in public hovering) but you never know as there's a fair few phenomena videos reportedly showing that type of technology been used by the military. Believe me, it's there I've seen the video of one guy using an invisible set of clothes and walked right up to a tank and got inside, they only noticed when the tank lid (door) opened on the top of the tank.

the C130 is unmistaken and any US airman can instantly tell you what that plane is.

I've never heard of any of these types of cargo planes ever having the ability to hover, unless there's some sort of new device that's been added or fitted to it a newly released version of the C130? But that is probably not the answer as something that could keep such a huge and very, very heavy (especially when it's fully loaded) in the air suspended like that - just seems like it's out of this world or not even possible at all.

After looking up the C130 Hercules (Lockheed) and checking out the specs (links below at bottom) plus checking out Wikipedia there's no mention that this can actually hover, nothing even comes near that. The only thing that can hover is the British Harrier Jump Jet as that thing has Jets with moving thrusters which enable it to take off vertically. The other thing is the Marines Osprey image below and that looks nothing like the C130 hovering in mid flight.

The USAF Osprey double blades helicopter.

So the outline or silhouette looks nothing alike. The image above is totally different to the image below. It's as simple as 2+2=4 and that's about it? I'm going to get in touch with a military man I know and ask for his comment so I will update it then, if I don't update it then you know it is still an "anomaly" if I update this then you know I've found an answer.

Airplane hovering in mid flight over New Jersey is impossible but is happening in this video.

Personally I think we're looking at something new which is going to be made public or a company has took their new tech to the military and they got knocked back.

Is the company going public but the military has stepped in because it doesn't want that type of technology in the public even though they haven't bought it and are just silencing the company? It's happened before!

Silhouette comparison between the Osprey and the Lockheed C130 plane.

Above I've merged the two aircrafts so you can see that these are not the same at all so they don't get mixed up and be mistaken for one another.

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There's many, many unusual and unexplained events taking place right now! Right now somebody has just caught a "wtf" moment on his or hers cell phone camera and they don't know what to do with it? Send us your stuff through this link, cheers.

Here's what Wikipedia says about the C130 Lockheed Hercules Plane.

The lockheed Martin C130 Hercules plane.

The Lockheed C-130 Hercules is an American four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed and built originally by Lockheed (now Lockheed Martin). Capable of using unprepared runways for takeoffs and landings, the C-130 was originally designed as a troop, medevac, and cargo transport aircraft.

The versatile airframe has found uses in a variety of other roles, including as a gunship (AC-130), for airborne assault, search and rescue, scientific research support, weather reconnaissance, aerial refueling, maritime patrol, and aerial firefighting. It is now the main tactical airlifter for many military forces worldwide. More than 40 variants of the Hercules, including a civilian one marketed as the Lockheed L-100, operate in more than 60 nations.

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Here's what Huntthetruth24_7 says about this amazing video:

In early April 2016 passengers driving down the interstate caught what looked like a military aircraft hovering in place. If you’re a plane expert like I am you would know this technology is far, far away from using in everyday life. For heavy aircraft that is. The plane actually appeared to be going in reverse leaving many people asking what the heck is going on?

Source Huntthetruth24_7 Instagram.
Source C130 Hercules Wikipedia.
Source Lockheed Martin Wikipedia.
Source USAF C130E Hercules Image.

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