Wow. This is the first genuine #video
ships I've seen!
It's in Filipino so I'll just summarise:
1. Military tried to chase but the two ships are always "far"
2. Appears between 00:00 and 02:00 every night
3. Shipping and ship records were checked, there were and are always no schedule during these times from any shipping and ship companies. Not even the Navy.
4. No fishermen (they're afraid)
5. Media cameraman zoomed in and showed two ships too neAr each other there's serious danger of hitting each other. If those were real ships, they violate protocols every single night intentionally.
6. It gets cloudy. The stars almost disappear during the apparition.
7. There's a loud bang, a roaring engine, or when ships first leaves port.
8. It's consistent. Anyone, can witness the two ships.
9. PAG-ASA, the Philippines meteorological agency, explained that there are weather phenomenons that can cause these sightings.
10. Another expert explained it's possible there are indeed real ships passing every night there, for decades, and people misunderstood it as ghost ships because we were pre-conditioned already to believe it as such
My explanations are:
1. There's an illegal activity going on for decades. Hence there are no records and why they do it between 00:00 and 02:00. Make people believe those are ghost ships, their secret transports remain untouched.
2. The military is hiding something. Why would they admit they have top secret operations smew5here and they pass by that area because it's the least used route?
3. Locals from other islands are having fun, or maybe they aren't aware they're scaring people. But maybe it's their tradition to do this. Even pass close to each other, almost colliding. You don't want to put it in record.
4. Portal to another dimension. (Reminds me of Ultima VII.)
5. Some hidden society is taking advantage of the night.
6. Primitive aliens
7. It's evidence we're in a simulation. A bug in the system.