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originally posted by: micpsi
originally posted by: violet
It appears to move like a human.
I also don't see it fly, it starts running onto the road
I think it could be a human dressed in one of those outfits that have lights on them. Being that it's dark out the lights can cause any illusion in height or movement
You obviously did not watch the second video where it CLEARLY starts rising up into the air a few yards as a man approaches it outside the gas station.
originally posted by: neformore
a reply to: Mianeye
Watch carefully, the camera taking a picture of the supposed feed moves to the left hand side before the "alien" comes into shot, like it was expecting it to arrive there.
Air Swimmers are like blimps on 'roids. These supremely large helium balloons feature remote-controlled tail fins that allow you to propel them through the air as if they're swimming in the sea. You can even raise or lower the 57-inch "balloons" mid-air via the remote.
originally posted by: JackHill
Here some TV show made a visit to the place looking for clues:
Of course, you need to know spanish. But, they found an 'air swimmer' apparently close to the near bushes so, yeah, makes perfect sense.
Tras todo el revuelo que se originó por el sorprendente avistamiento de un presunto humanoide en un grifo a la altura de la Panamericana Sur en la localidad de Pachacámac, el cual fue registrado por 14 cámaras de vigilancia del lugar, más una grabación en un teléfono celular. Es por ello que nuestro equipo de Hola a Todos fue al lugar a consultarle a los pobladores, para ver si ellos han tenido la oportunidad de presenciar algún tipo de avistamientos de entidades.
originally posted by: Zeta Reticuli
after some more conversation the woman says: I know it was a balloon but it was walking!...and a helium balloon can never be in/on the "piso" /I personally don't understand the reference to piso in this context, might be a local reference to road or ground, but I am guessing.
Correctomundo, good sir. I am half Peruvian and yes Piso means Street. El Suelo means ground/floor. Huevon means.....well...you probably already know. (|)