3 Flying Saucers Photographed By Oild Rig Worker Gulf Of Mexico

3flying saucers was photographed as clear as day over an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico as the witness and his cousin were both working back in 2010.

Silver Flying Saucer was photographed by oil rig worker in 2010.

The clear photo's show a detailed Flying Saucer like nothing I've seen in a long while.

It's true - 3 flying saucers were seen in broad daylight over an oil rig in Mexico back in 2010! This incredible sighting was witnessed by a worker and his cousin, who were both on the job at the time. It's amazing to think that something like this could be seen and confirmed by two reliable sources.

The photographs of the flying saucers were taken with a digital camera and are as clear as day. The witness and his cousin both probably couldn't believe their eyes and what a fantastic set of photographs they are. Just one of them reported the Flying Saucers to my Instagram page on the 18th February 2023.

This is an amazing story which started way back in 2010 so that's 13 year's ago. It's great to know that there are still some mysteries out there that hasn't been explained. It means that we et to figure these out. It's incredible to think that something like this could be seen and documented by two reliable sources. It's a reminder that the world is full of incredible and mysterious things, and it's exciting to think about what else might be out there.

Flying saucer filmed in the gulf of Mexico on an oil rig in 2010.

The very detailed photos of a silver metallic UFO over oil rig in 2010.

These 3 UFO photographs of the Flying Saucer show a very clear craft.

Keep an eye on the sky because it's easy to get caught up in the cell phone zombie walk or the fact that everyone has their head down staring at their screen all the time and all of the day. Take a break, but a meaningful break without waiting to get back to the screen.

Credit: UFO Sightings.

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