Residents in Pangasinan and Tarlac Fear Sun Halo, Possible UFO Captured on Video

Pangasinan and Tarlac Fear Sun Halo, Possible UFO
Humans are naturally curious and our brains often try to find explanations as to what is happening around us; however, when we can’t comprehend these things, many turn to supernatural beings and ‘aliens’.

Take for example several people living in Pangasinan and Tarlac who got scared after seeing the halo that formed around the sun. The halo lasted for about 2 hours and brought fear to many people because they have long heard of stories that halos like that could signal a natural disaster about to happen.

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In Lingayen, Pangasinan, many residents went out the streets to discuss what’s happening and take videos or photos with the strange phenomenon. Others began to pray while many packed up their things and some food as they fear that something bad was going to happen soon.

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The sun was up and there were no rain clouds that day, yet the follow day it rained hard and a localized thunderstorm was experienced at Rosales, Pangasinan where the halo was also observed. This strengthened many people’s fear that the halo had been a signal of impending disaster.

Meanwhile, the halo was also seen in Capas, Tarlac. But a resident was able to capture something much stranger using his cellphone camera: something he believes was either the planet Saturn or a UFO!

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Romeo Malapitan used a relatively new smartphone to capture the halo on video but was shocked to see something near the middle. The object had a similar shape to the planet Saturn; Romeo was scared that it might explode up in the sky.

Soon, he thought it might be an alien ship and he called out to his neighbors who were equally scared.

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But Jose Mendoza IV, the Chief of the Astronomical Publication Unit of PAGASA, explained that the sun halo is a natural phenomenon created by cirrus clouds. It actually occurs about 100 times a year. There’s nothing to be scared of when a sun halo is seen; though he admitted that this phenomenon had also been used by PAGASA to predict the weather as its appearance often signals that it could rain in 24 hours.

Meanwhile, UFO Field Investigator Edwin Gatia believes Malapitan had really captured a UFO on camera.

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Video expert Emir Khan Bautista confirmed that the Malapitan’s video was not edited; however, he does not believe it was a UFO but just a glitch due to damaged pixels caused by the intense light from the sun. Malapitan refuses to believe that explanation, however; he said that he knew what he saw – and it was a UFO!

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