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UFO in Sharjah

Flickr user Faulty Pixel took this photo of a mysterious glowing UFO outside of his college room while studying for an exam. Definitely NOT a streetlight, though. Definitely.

Link - Thanks SJ!


Uhhh...looks like a reflection of the light in the room. Take a picture out of a window when you have a single low-watt bulb in the room at night and I bet you'll get something that looks like this.
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I want to believe! Ahem, I mean.

It looks like a typical room light on the ceiling. The student probably took it out of his window and it got reflected.
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that theory would also be supported by the double-reflection caused by the double-glass and the slight glow that the lamp shines against the ceiling
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It is a reflex of Ceiling lamp behing photographer, off course.
But if you lik to see something very strange, take a look at this site. www.mundogump.blogspot.com
(the text is in portuguese, but the pictures are scary)
It appear to be someone deformed, like an alien corpse. Don´t appear to be fake.
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It's not a reflection of a room light...
It *is* a reflection in the window, but it is a reflection of a tiny, cheese-wheel shaped UFO that is hovering inside the dorm room, near the ceiling.
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Ever since I played the PS2 version of Destroy All Humans!, talk of UFOs scares the crap outta me.

Although... My ceiling light was on too when I took a picture of somethin' like that. I scared my severely paranoid friend when I showed her the pic.
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