Newfoundland UFO Looks Surprisingly Like A Missile - 3 UFOs In Total

Mysterious missile like UFO spotted off Newfoundland so, why is this UFO even classed as a UFO and not just a missile test, because it's been looked into and it's not a missile which definitely put's it into the Unidentified Flying Object.

This happened on 25th January, 2010 along with this UFO, the person who filmed this triggered an amazing response the likes of which doesn't usually happen! The Department of National Defence (DND) actually confirmed that these are not and yes I repeat are not missiles from them or an enemy and they went as far as to even rule out drones or civilian model rockets!

UFO looks like a missile in Newfoundland.

Credit: Darlene Stewart.

These are the actual UFO images taken of the only UFO to be caught on camera of the 3 "missile looking UFOs" Harbour Mille Newfoundland, Canada.

UFO in Newfoundland looks surprisingly like a missile.

Credit: Darlene Stewart/CTV News/UFO Sighting's Footage/UFO News/Ufosfootage/Canva.

Yes that's extremely interesting because they've pulled a stunt similar to a later version  of what will become known as the UAP  or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena which saw 3 the US Department of Defence (DoD) released 3 UAP videos through the US Navy in 2017. By ruling out obvious suspects and only leaving just a few possible candidates and most definitely the terminology  of "UFOs Unidentified Flying Objects and or Extraterrestrials crafts" have been deliberately, 100 percent left in on purpose.

Please check this CBS link to see the information regarding NORAD not detecting it, and the response of the Government... They're satisfied, so they know about these UFOs definitely.

The category of suspects was even hinted at, and just yesterday we had the Congressional Hearing which 11 near misses had occurred so if we are to assume that these are all different UAPs, that's a load of unknowns in the sky. In fact it's 1 UAP shy of a Squadron of UAPs! So, we know there's at least a Squadron of UAPs in the atmosphere and these are just the ones that have had a near miss with the US Air Force Jets!

What does this actually mean? It means that let's just say 2 near misses are on average from 100 aircraft. That means there's potentially at least a thousand if not more UAPs flying around and that's just based on probability or on average taking into account the 11 near misses and then taking into account how many aircraft have a near miss encounter with another aerial vehicle? It's definitely something to think about. Here's a short video showing the recent Congressional Hearing on UFOs.

The documents also note that it is the responsibility of the North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) to "provide aerospace warning and defence for North America," and that neither that agency, nor Canada Command, had any information on the rockets.

"NORAD and (Canada Command) have no evidence to support this sighting" reads the report.

In fact, one of the lines leading into a blocked-out portion reads, "Media reporting has linked the sightings to …"

It's so strange what information is available on this UFO sighting in particular as it was filmed over a decade ago so the longer it sit's in the stewing pot so-to-speak the better it gets. 

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The RCMP conducted an investigation, but according to the Jan. 28 report, the police didn't have an answer either. They certainly weren't birds, weather balloons, ice crystals or meteors, either. The report offers little else in the way of explanation.

What's particularly interesting, though, is that Fleet Station 1 is a maritime warning radar in Gander, Newfoundland. Its mission is to detect and track air, surface, ground and near-space objects approaching North American airspace. So either the station wasn't operating properly at the time of filming or it received a false reading from something else in the sky that wasn't of interest to its detection system. Whatever the case may be, there's still no explanation for what these UFOs are or what their purpose was.

"A rocket plume would be thick all the way back to where the rocket was launched. Again, had the sighting not been at sunset, I would have taken this a bit more seriously." Still, Stewart is adamant that what she captured on her digital camera was no jetliner. "To me, it was not a jet," she said from her home Monday in Harbour Mille. "No, no, no. "We didn't hear any noise. No noise. Every airplane that comes over here, whether we're inside or the TV's going, you still hear them. A jet may be farther off but it still makes noise. "To me and my eyes, it was not a jet."

Congress Holds UFO Hearing, Unveils Never-Before-Seen Videos - is the YouTube video title:

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