A video recently appeared on Facebook showing what appears to be strange, mysterious glowing lights from a certain M. Night Shyamalan movie dancing over the state fairgrounds in Oklahoma City on Monday night. The video has been shared over 200,000 times and has received tens-of-millions of views.
Check it out:
Before you leave glasses of water in each room of your house, I should probably point out that unless some mountains have suddenly sprouted up over the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, the video is a fake. At the very least, it's mislabeled. It's identical to this video that is allegedly from "Utah State Fair."
That didn't stop the crack news team at KOKH from filing this report:
A strange video shot at the Oklahoma State Fair has people asking "What is that?"
A video, taken Sept. 18 at the fairgrounds, shows a strange light in the sky. The light then splits into two before turning into four separate lights.
The video has more than 8,500,000 views in less than 24 hours.
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KOKH eventually realized they were duped and removed the story from their website. That sucks, because I was hoping it was real. Wouldn't it be cool if our first contact with an alien civilization was made by a carnie at the Oklahoma State Fair?
"Take me to your leader."
"Uh, now whads that? It's five-smackers for three here tosses."
"Resistance is futile."
"Heh. Yeah, fella, it's a hard game but yall can do it. Say, where'd ya get those big goggley eyes?"