What Is This Crazy ‘Cloud Surfing’ Figure Seen Over Europe?


On a flight from Austria to the UK, passengers looked out the window and saw something odd: it appears to be a humanoid figure “surfing” on the clouds somewhere above Europe.

“I was on the window seat with two work colleges,” one of the passengers told The Express. “They were talking like crazy and I was gazing out the window. I could see this figure in the distance in front of us and then as we flew closer this shape appeared.”

See it for yourself:

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Above: the mysterious cloud surfer. There are competing explanations for its existence. The majority believe it’s just a cool, oddly shaped cloud. Others believe in some… less conventional explanations.

“I then took some pictures and then the aircraft slowly passed it,” the passenger said.

“It was in view for about two minutes as it was a good bit away in the distance. To be honest I have no idea what it was.”

There are competing explanations for the mysterious cloud surfer. The majority believe it’s just a cool, oddly shaped cloud. Others believe in some… less conventional explanations.

“This giant alien walking on the clouds could be an energy being trying to mimic human form using the clouds,” writes Scott C Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily. “What better way to study something than to mimic its appearance. I added contrast and there is even a face on the creature. This eliminates all doubt. It is a being of some sort. One thing you learn in UFO research, nothing is impossible.”

Ahem. It takes all kinds, doesn’t it?


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Timothy Bertrand
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