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originally posted by: whyamIhere
She is in charge of Social Media and was there on another story.
originally posted by: WeAre0ne
You guys still haven't figured out that its just internal reflections from lights that are outside the view of the camera? Jesus.
You'd think the fact the the red light on the tower is flashing EXACTLY like the red light in the sky, same speed, same dim rate, same double flash, same shade of red, etc., would have given you a clue...
originally posted by: Staroth
originally posted by: ufoofinterest
That must be some tall building and anyone can make a claim like this, where is her proof, video, photos? Furthermore, why can't we see the building in the video? I can see radio towers,other assorted lights, poles, trees and many other small details in the far background of the video so one would think a giant building would also be visible.
originally posted by: game over man
a reply to: DenyObfuscation
Well sounds like it's debunked...Strange formation of mountain lights and TV antennas, and colors...What a strange story to come out and make so much online coverage...pretty pathetic actually...
No way... then why don't they look like that every night? I live in Sweetwater Lodge right under those antenna, and whatever those lights were not visible at all from my vantage. but what I did see was two military choppers come from the west, flying circles around something about 4 times, counterclockwise (southeast of the mountain top just on the other side of where i was), then shot straight to the east, then returned moments later (as if what they were tailing was way too fast for them and they gave up) all the way west out of sight. Me and my friend joked, "What are they (doing) chasing something, aliens?" Then we heard the reports, so thanks for helping in the cover-up.
close, but no cigar, the original story said the lights were over the Coronado Bridge and if I recall Coronado is a small island community on the other side of the bridge. I am not too sure a person can see the Mexican lights when looking west to the Coronado Bridge. Unless you are at Point Loma, Harbor Island or (maybe) Mission Valley, they are all north of Coronado, Downtown is east of Coronado. Also, the story said "Those who saw the lights all said they appeared to be south of downtown San Diego." and to see the Coronado Bridge from there one has to look south-west. " Check it out on a map. If I'm wrong I'll take my story back.
I live like 5 minutes from there and didn't notice anything at all, not a comment on this from any neighbor.
lights are too far left to be antennas, look at the trees and up
I would put it all together. But, people here are such jerks why bother.