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UFO mothership visits London?
UFO mothership visits London?

Believe it, or not. Unidentified flying objects have appeared among the clouds over a BBC building in West London, a video has shown.

That's right, UFOs in London. But not just any UFOs - the video shows the "mothership" and its fleet flying up in the sky in broad daylight.

"They were caught on camera by a passer-by and at least one other person who can be seen filming or taking pictures on his camera phone while the video is filmed," Britain's Daily Mail has reported.

"In the video, the cameraman runs towards the corner of Bolsover Street and Clipstone Street where two other men are already standing, gazing skywards, one of whom is using a mobile phone camera."

The footage shows white dots zipping across the sky before being joined by a bigger and brighter disc-shaped object.

"Far be it from us to suggest that the video is a hoax, but were people so minded then that part of London is home to a great many production houses offering both the expertise and facilities to mock up a convincing video," The Mail said.

"Another similar video posted by alymc01 appears to have been filmed from the office of The Mill, a company which creates visual effects for the film industry, but as the person who circulated the footage wrote in order to circumvent the cynical naysayers: 'If you believe it's easy to Photoshop why don't you make a video & show us all (sic).'"

The video was reportedly uploaded to YouTube by alymc01.

"It has been more widely circulated by a user called EllasVirgo, who on his YouTube profile describes himself as a farmer from Australia," The Mail said.

"Virgo's YouTube channel is filled with space, asteroid and UFO-related snippets, including videos with titles such as 'More proof Nasa is lying'."

Text accompanying the video states: "Right - took over a week to get it . . . but finally managed to get these critters on camera on a clear day, and even get a close-up.

"It seems to be attracting quite a crowd now when they appear.

"Can anyone explain what on earth these lights are?"

The video is believed to have been filmed this month.

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