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8.5.21 Glacier Bay UFO Debunked


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Recently there has been a stir among UFO followers about a still image taken from Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska. The image appears to show a saucer-shaped object hovering above the water, however, what many people assumed was a UFO has actually been debunked as a Fata Morgana and you can learn more about this event HERE.

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