It's one of the most mysterious UFO sightings over Missouri, but it might finally be solved. There are two new theories that might explain why a spinning metallic cube was spotted over Springfield, Missouri.

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It was back in October of 2021 when we first shared video of a UFO captured by electrician Justin Johnson in Springfield, Missouri. It was a pulsating, spinning metallic cube of which there was no explanation for.

The Science Channel has now gotten involved and there are two possible theories about what the object might have been.

Theory #1 is that it's a cube that has been proven developed by the military that flies while it rotates. The problem with that theory is it doesn't look anything like the metallic one spotted over Springfield.

Science Channel via YouTube
Science Channel via YouTube
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Theory #2 is from a researcher the Science Channel spoke with who thinks he can replicate the spinning cube with a mylar balloon and a rope.

Science Channel via YouTube
Science Channel via YouTube
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The issue with that theory is that the balloon he's using is much smaller than the spinning cube that was spotted over Springfield, Missouri.

As of this writing, there is still no theory that has definitively proven what was seen by many over southwestern Missouri nearly 2 years ago. By definition, it's a UFO since it hasn't been identified yet. That doesn't mean it's E.T., but it remains one of the strangest UFO's in Missouri history that has no proven explanation yet.

It will be interesting to see what else the Science Channel comes up with when their full episode about the Springfield, Missouri UFO goes live.

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