The filmmaker, who is in possession of U.S. Navy footage showing pyramidal UFOs off the California coast, believes the footage may be the best the world has ever seen.
The Pentagon has confirmed that the 18-second video of three UFOs hovering over the USS Russell in July 2019 is authentic.
It is the first footage the public has seen of the unmanned aerial vehicles that reportedly harassed at least three warships two years ago during several days of military exercises. At one point, the UFOs reached the speed and bearing of a destroyer off the coast of San Diego for 90 minutes, according to the ship’s logs.
The now publicly available green-cast video was reportedly collected by the Pentagon’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force and leaked to filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, who made the documentary “Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers”.
“This is explosive information,” Corbell told Fox News. “This is probably the best military-filmed UFO footage I’ve ever seen, but I also think the world has ever seen.”
Corbell is also in possession of three photos of a Navy ship that show a “spherical” UFO sinking into the sea and disappearing without a trace, he allegedly said.
“This is an amazing piece of technology,” Corbell told Fox. “We have to find out the intentions of the operators of these vehicles.”
The UAPTF, which was founded in 2020 to improve the âUS understanding of the nature and origin of UAPsâ, particularly such âintrusions by unauthorized aircraft into our training areas or designated airspaceâ, is now reportedly investigating the incidents.
Corbell said the fact that the government has classified the UFOs as an unidentified aerial phenomenon means officials have decided they are not balloons or drones, the report said.
“These ships don’t push anything back to go forward,” explained Corbell Fox. “They are gravitationally driven vehicles that are a trans medium – that can get from space into the air to the sea without being destroyed.”
The new recognition of the mysterious vehicles by the Pentagon is inspiring experts and enthusiasts who are looking for more transparency on the subject.
A bill signed by former President Trump in December gave intelligence officials 180 days to produce a mandatory report detailing everything the government knows about UFOs.
The June report will show, “To be honest, there have been a lot more sightings than have been published … things that we observe that are difficult to explain,” former intelligence director John Ratcliffe told Fox News.
“We’re talking about objects seen by Navy and Air Force pilots or taken from satellite imagery who are openly performing actions that are difficult to explain,” Ratcliffe told the point of sale.
“Movements that are difficult to reproduce, that we don’t have the technology for, or that travel at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom.”
According to The National UFO Reporting Center, there were 7,263 UFO sightings in the U.S. last year, up from 5,796 the year before.
“In general, we get more seemingly legitimate sightings of actual UFOs than we did a few years ago,” Peter Davenport, director of the UFO Reporting Center, told Fox.