Yesterday one of our members sprocket2000 posted a video that appeared to have captured a ufo in a documentary. The link to the original thread can be
found here: Original Post
Needless to say I was intrigued with the clip that they were trying to present. I kept trying to get better captures of the object, but it moved so
fast it wasn't that easy. I also don't really have the tools to be able to get a really good look at it, but I tried anyway. Was kind of hard last
night as I was busy with other things so it couldn't get my complete focus.
I did have time today, so I have put together the best I can a better look at this thing.
I have also snipped out all the T&A and other wildness that I think was distracting people from actually paying attention to what was trying to be
presented. By reposting this, I am hoping people may take it a bit more seriously now.
You will see this thing seems to appear out of nowhere. Also, if you watch the guy walking in the background, you can see how fast it really is moving
by watching his steps.
One other thing which is harder to hear, but it does seem it appears with a sound like a Jet thrust maybe? I'm not saying that is what it is, just
what is sounds like to me and its so quick it dissipates right after it appears and gets moving.
Anyhow, I tried to give it the old ATS college try. Lets see what you folks think now
Again, I would like to thank sprocket2000 for bringing this to our attention.
There are a few video's on Youtube of drones at these Juggalo events. However the object in the OP video looks a little big to be a typical drone that
one would use at a concert. Military maybe but I doubt that. Pretty interesting subject.
It's a music festival. Balloons are regularly seen and let go at festivals. Mylar balloon. On that note, thanks for posting a UFO video that isn't
flashing lights at night and filmed by a drunk Stevie Wonder.
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