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originally posted by: SecretKnowledge
Well im gonna call it a fake,
originally posted by: NoRulesAllowed
Now he disabled comments...LOL. By coincidence just after I made a critical comment asking how he knew it was a "UFO crash". That being said..yes how did he KNOW it was an "UFO Crash"? Because that's how he titled the video.
I guess he is psychic, because he filmed an event where no-one knows what it is and he immediately had an explanation what it was. ("Crashed UFO which released an ORB)". Amazing, is it?
Getting more and more skeptical here, not because of the footage, but how the video poster behaves.
originally posted by: seanizle
The video is too grainy, you can't do CGI like that, it would not blend with the environment.
originally posted by: alldaylong
a reply to: Logiciel
There is one word that is being used in the You Tube description that tells me the video is fake. That word is " Orb "
The poster of the video is obviously someone who has aimed this at the U.F.O. fraternity. If the poster didn't intended this to be aimed at those who wish to believe in U.F.O's. he would have used the word " Object " or some such and not "Orb "
Ken Roberts is Mister Enigma. Now with the CBS news story, there may have been some meteorite that fell from the atmosphere towards the IE in Southern California, and when Mister Enigma heard this news, he made the video. Mister Enigma uploaded his edit as Ken Roberts and then later shared it to his channel Mister Enigma. Comparing all the upload dates: the news report happened first, seven hours later Ken Roberts UFO video was posted, then an hour later Mister Enigma shared the video.
If he really wanted feedback, he would have included some basic details for context.