LIVE VIDEO: Millions are watching this stunning storm on Facebook, but is it real?

A stunning storm was caught on shutters as it swirled in the sky in United States near the town of Wall, South Dakota. The sound of thunder can be heard in the background.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 20, 2017 7:14 pm
storm, stormy sky, worlds most beautiful storm, storm usa, storm united states, scene from outer space, indian express, indian express news The stunning storm has caught many eyeballs. (Source: Newsfeed/Facebook)

A stunning storm was caught on camera as it swirled over the skies in the United States. Circling and making a shape like a majestic blue rainbow in the sky, it eradicates sparkling light near the town of Wall, South Dakota, USA. The sound of thunder can be heard in the background as the blue rays speed up in the sky. Shared on Facebook by Newsfeed, the live video has been viewed millions of times, and it has also garnered almost 77,000 shares. However, a lot of users are also calling it “fake” and saying that “the video is on repeat”.

Watch the video here.

In fact, our reader Anisha Dutta might have the most logical conclusion. She calls the video a fake, saying it has been created using an called Plotagraph. To substantiate this she says the lightning on the right doesn’t appear to move at all, suggesting the same has been made using static images.

What is your take? Tell us in comments below.

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  1. N
    Jul 21, 2017 at 3:54 pm
    Hi. This is a Plotagraph, indeed! Thank you Ai, for mentioning my Instagram gallery nxteye here.. Check out plotagraphpro ! And find more amazing effects..
    1. A
      Ai Views
      Jul 21, 2017 at 11:45 am
      Check this gallery in Instagram nxteye You will find more storms and roaring waves
      1. Troy Plota
        Jul 21, 2017 at 9:19 am
        Trust me its definitely a Plotagraph :) Search Plotagraph in Instagram or on the web and see.
        1. I
          Jul 20, 2017 at 10:19 pm
          Fake . One can clearly see that the lightening on the top right is static ! Lightening doesn't stay at one place for that long with same intensity !! You could also check in US news media if any such news have been reported !