Flying Humanoid Caught on Video Over Belfast?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 18th, 2013

I filmed this strange entity slowly moving west, behind the Cavehill in Belfast..

The thing looked like it had legs at one point, then just at the end you will see it seems to double up the image, which seems to be common with the inter-dimensional things I’v filmed in the past, the orbs and probes have doubled up a lot of times when filming..

This entity seems to have two orbs within it, you will see the strange behavour of it, sorry for the shaky footage, but when you see something like this in the sky, you grab the cam and start shooting.. as i did.. and lucky enough after i got the camera steadied up a bit, i zoom in on a swift flying ‘small fast bird’, which i thought was the ‘thing’, then i pan over to the right to where the entity is, it was good to get the bird in the same footage, as it gives a perspective of what im capable of filming.

This the the second time iv filmed one of these entities, and iv no doubt i’ll film one again, they are being filmed more every day, all around the planet. The activity in the skies lately is astonishing at ties, and the multi coloured living haze can be a bit of a trip at times, some seriously strange ”cloud” formations lately also…

Keep an eye on the sky, and a camera close by…

Thanks for watching

Take care




About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

16 Responses to “Flying Humanoid Caught on Video Over Belfast?”

  1. Stewart Young via Facebook responds:


  2. Steve Schaper via Facebook responds:

    What does this have to do with zoological cryptids?

  3. shmargin responds:

    Looks like it could be someone flying a Martin Jetpack, they’re made by a New Zealand company, and use ducted propellers for lift. Or something similar. If you look at pictures of the machine, it might look similar from a distance.

  4. Glenn Bryce via Facebook responds:

    “Orbs?” Come on.

  5. grafikman responds:

    Obviously an Imperial Probe Droid. That, or a somewhat depleted Mylar balloon set free.

  6. Goodfoot responds:

    I’ve yet to see evidence that a jet pack can gain that much elevation; all similar devices seem to limit “flight” to a few yards, at most.

    I think this is a plastic garbage bag aloft on a thermal; I’ve seen it several times in the Southwest, where such thermals are pretty commonplace.

  7. wuffing responds:

    Looks to me like a kids novelty helium balloon, perhaps a walking “animal type”.

  8. DWA responds:

    Oh come on! If God had meant us to fly He’d have given us the Wright Brothers!

  9. William responds:

    Weird. Especially the “light” that appears to emanate from it some of the time. Looks like the “human fly” from that video. This would be a good one for the “Fact or Faked” show to try and reproduce..

  10. shmargin responds:


    The ducted ones at least can do 7000 feet plus. And there’s several manufacturers with pricing ranging from $60,000 to $100,000+.

    But I was just throwing that out there since I had just seen new info on them recently and thought they looked similar, obviously I don’t know what that aerial blobsquatch is.

    It could be something caught in thermals too like you said, I’ve seen “UFO” videos that clearly looked like a partially inflated balloon caught in the wind.

    This, to me at least, seems to look more solid than a balloon, not really folding over on itself like I’ve seen in other videos.

    Who knows, I know I sure don’t, interesting either way though.

  11. Goodfoot responds:

    I’ve seen those white plastic shopping bags caught in thermals several times in NM. I’ve followed them with binoculars up to 200-300 feet. On warm afternoons I bet they could get even higher. And because wind blows in different directions at different elevations, they’ll move to and fro, around and around, and from the ground, to someone without binocs they seem to move with purpose, and could easily be mistaken for UFOs.

  12. mandors responds:

    I think shmargin is right. The image seems too stabilized to me to be a plastic bag.

    Found this:,d.dmg&psig=AFQjCNG-qh2ENRbu7XjowCfGJ6xDohEHnA&ust=1379777114836467

  13. hoosierhunter2 responds:

    This is a joke right? This is a someone with a jet pack and another filming it with a zoom lens zooming in and out?

  14. Wee Falorie Man responds:

    I’m not an expert on this sort of thing, but I think it’s a guy riding a jet pack. That’s what it looks like to me anyway.

  15. Goodfoot responds:

    I’m pretty sure there’s no jet pack that can take a person to that height and get him down safely. Those things are limited to about 30 to maybe 45 seconds’ flight. You maybe could get up there, but you’d fall before you could get down.

  16. wuffing responds:

    Does anyone really think that a guy could fly with a jet-pack over a city area with a population of over half a million and only be filmed by one dude with a camcorder? Nothing on the local tv stations or media? Get real, Cryptomundians. At best it is a fortunate observation of a kids balloon, or it is a staged hoax.

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