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torek, 15 junija, 2021

Huge ‘craft’ spotted hovering over Russian lake – before ‘ANOTHER ship joins’

FOOTAGE has emerged of what some claim to be a strange “craft” hovering in the sky over Russia.

In the unexplained video, a group of lights can be seen floating beside each other in the sky.

The strange glowing objects hover in the air above a forest in the snowy republic of Karelia.

As the cameraman zooms in, it becomes clear there are as many as six lights lurking in the sky,

But eventually, another light slowly moves through the sky before joining the group.

The shocking footage was captured over Lake Lagoda, northwest Russia, where Vladimir Putin is believed to own a holiday home.

 

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