Shanghai Spots Jellyfish UFO

Some people in Shanghai reported seeing a jellyfish shaped UFO over their Japanese skies earlier this week.

According to Shanghai Daily, the reports flooded the local emergency switchboards around 8 p.m. last Monday.

Several witnesses who spoke with the paper described the object as “blue-colored,” “V-shaped” and “hovering” over the area for several minutes. An “expert” said the object was just a night light kite.


  1. kenya
    July 6th, 2007 | 4:33 pm

    thi is creepy is it real true

  2. August 27th, 2007 | 12:34 am

    When did Shanghai become a part of Japan???

  3. Patrick
    December 27th, 2007 | 5:51 pm

    Shanghai was never a part of Japan – even during the occupation – it sill belongs to China

  4. Philbert
    February 7th, 2008 | 10:23 am

    Shanghai was originally in China before the Chinese moved the city in 1974 due to overpopulation problems. Shanghai is now found in Khrakhiriztahn along the Russian/Finnish border. Though located outside the Chinese country proper, it is still fully under Chinese control. The original Chinese site of the city is now a rice field and the home of about 3 dozen wealthy officials. It took 7 months, 24,000 flatbeds, 4.1 million burlap sacks, 500,000 workers and the equivalent of $8000 postage to ship it. Due to unresolved issues originating from the move, SHanghai will likely have to move back to China by 2024 if they don’t iron things out. This will be a huge problem as the country of Krakhiriztahn is, itself, slated to relocate to mainland Portugal sometime in 2014 so that they can honor a commitment they made to the Finns years ago to provide sufficient area for the first Arctic rice fields.Despite intense UN intervention, talks are basically at a standstill and the SHanghai PM, Du Zhbagg has been “missing” for over a week.

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