UPDATE: In addition to the video above, another video appearing on YouTube, submitted to us by Gralien Report reader Gary (see comments section below) strongly suggests the objects above are merely fireworks. Many have suggested that the objects were kites with flares attached; however, the fireballs witnessed here seem to travel far too quickly out of range for the possibility of a tethered kite to match their behavior. The firework explanation, on the other hand, seems spot-on.

Hailing from the Project Bluebook era of ufology, the term “Green Fireballs” details an entire variety of UFOs unto themselves, and as the name illustrates already, such reports involved green glowing or burning objects seen flying through the air. These reports generally stemmed from the American southwest during the late 1940s and early 1950s, and while bearing similarity to meteors in their characteristics, the objects often took strange flight paths that gave the impression to observers that the “craft” were capable of defying the gravitational pull of the Earth, which would normally steer the obvious descent of a typical meteoroid.

While their identity remains unconfirmed even in the present, reports of such “anomalous fireball” occurrences are less often reported in modern times. However, the video above, linked to the GodLike Productions website recently, seems to show a series of “fireballs” flying in formation over a beach. The objects were allegedly filmed over Adygeysk, Russia, some time during the month of November. More details can be found here.

While it remains questionable as to what these objects may be, their behavior here is eerily similar to the early reports of anomalous green fireballs (albeit the color is obviously wrong in the video). Among possible theories as to what the video details, one might include the unsettling possibility of missile test-launches in Russian airspace; during times of global unrest such as these, this possibility, while at least likely, also presents a disconcerting cause-for pause. Hopefully, in the coming weeks a few more details may become available… but for the time being, the video in question provides a unique illustration, of sorts, regarding a decades-old phenomenon rooted within the annals of ufology.

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.

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