UFO sighting in North Carolina has some questioning if it is a secret military aircraft

(Photo Credit: Javion Hill/Facebook)
(Photo Credit: Javion Hill/Facebook)

A mysterious craft was seen flying over North Carolina, with one local managing to capture the unidentified flying object on camera.

The UFO was spotted near Charlotte, and appeared to be a square-shaped craft emitting pink lights.

The man who captured the photo -35-year-old state resident Javion Hill- said the photo was not intentional, and that the sighting was so mind-warping that he didn’t sleep that night.

“I was on my way home with my wife on the speaker phone, and it looked like there was a tornado coming, so I was trying to take a picture of the clouds for my wife,” Hill told the Charlotte Observer. “But then I saw something that wasn’t normal and I was, like: ‘Oh my god, what is that?’ I started trying to take as many pictures of it as possible while I was driving.”

Pulling over in an attempt to get video, Hill could not capture moving picture of the craft, noting that it vanished and was followed by a heavy downpour.

North Carolina serves as a home for units of every branch of the armed forces and has had 7,570 reported UFO sightings since 1940.

Due to the massive military presence in the state (including Fort Bragg, which boasts the largest population of active duty soldiers in the US and is home to Delta Force), conspiracy theories frequently arise concerning top secret military aviation projects, including the famed “Black Triangle” TR-3B a (so-far) fictional aircraft that is reported to have anti-gravity properties and the ability to suddenly fly away at high speeds. The existence of said craft has never been officially confirmed.

No matter what he saw, however, Hill was unnerved by the sighting.

“I was worried for my safety,” he said. “I didn’t believe in UFOs until that moment.”

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