Hi. I've been a visitor since 2003, a member since 2012. By day: I am a stereographer and recording engineer. By night: father and stargazer.
I have always come to ATS, to find validation through people that may have had similar experiences to mine. Maybe offer support, where I can.Of
course, this is also a great resource for real time current events.
My personal policy is to not post threads, that have no current event value.With that said, here is my first post:
Last night around 9:15pm EST, while watching fireworks with my girlfriend: I filmed 4 red orbs in 3D. As the footage will show, a red orb approaches
from the SW, slowly and steadily, turning due east as it met my position. 3 more followed. They flew right under a couple 2 engine passenger jets.
Smaller planes are also in various shots for comparison.
I reported it to MUFON. Case # 65663
Another observation of the same phenomenon, from 40 miles away: # 65638 - brings validation that they couldn't be fireworks or lanterns
Due to my excitement, I do curse. We have seen & filmed them in 2D before. 2 dimensional shots can be dismissed as anything. 3D telemetry takes away
quite a few plausible explanations. Because they keep visiting, I call them friends- regardless of whom is controlling them.
You didn't read any of the corresponding reports, did you? They flew in formation over Hamilton, crossed Lake Ontario in 3 minutes, then covered
Toronto in 1 minute. Not even a gunship could cover that ground in that time.
If you had a 3D TV, you could view the footage in 3D. It would take away a lot of arm chair commentary & pose the tough questions.
19-5-2015 by shefskitchen because: Forgot it was a 2 part question
Drones are going to be the end of credible UFO sightings. It's so easy to mistakee strange lights in odd formations for otherworldly craft. Oh how the
military must be happy. (Blame them on the drones)
edit on 19-5-2015 by Spader because: (no reason given)
In some shots, you can see light aircraft in the distance. In some shots, you can see the top lights of The CN Tower. I obviously point out the shots
with commercial airliners, for comparison. I tried to catch the rapid moving planes, but I think I'll have to enhance that.
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