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Unearthly Alien Encounter? Flight Attendant Photographs Mysterious Pink UFO in Unexplained Incident

Strange Pink UFO Caught on Camera by Flight Attendant
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The most famous alleged UFO crash took place in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.

Feb. 8 2024, Published 9:03 a.m. ET

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A flight attendant for Wizz Air recently recorded a strange, pinkish UFO while flying from Luton, England, to Syzmany, Poland, and she shared the video on social media, sparking speculation about the object.

Despite being unable to see anything unusual with her naked eyes during the flight, the flight attendant, Denisa Tanase, discovered the mysterious object upon reviewing the footage later. Surprisingly, neither Tanase nor the pilots experienced any turbulence or abnormalities during the flight.

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Describing it as a "weird shape, like a circle flashing pink," she reached out to the pilot to inquire about the sighting.

Tanase expressed joy at capturing the event on camera. The 36-year-old mother of two, who believes in the existence of aliens, told the Daily Star, "I was just happy that I got something on film — I thought how is this possible?" She added that her family and friends are convinced it's an alien spacecraft.

In a similar incident reported in Chicago, photographer Dietrich Ziegler captured what appeared to be an alien inside a UFO in December 2023.

Using a 70–200-millimeter lens, Ziegler captured a purple and green entity with a face or mask, featuring two eyes and a long beak. The image, taken in the evening sky, raised questions about extraterrestrial encounters.

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Ziegler recounted that after checking his initial photos, he returned outside to find the image gone, leaving the circumstances of the sighting unclear, the Daily Mail reported.

While U.S. Pentagon officials had no comment on the photo, UFO enthusiast Nick Pope cautioned that distortions can occur in images, emphasizing factors like photographing through glass or anomalies related to the camera.

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