posted on Nov, 16 2016 @ 08:35 PM
Definitely not 1 object with a shadow. Birds...sure...
For the rest of us though it's 2 fastwalkers that often travel in a pair, seen in numerous vids over the years. A bit like an unmistakable ship in the
ocean, these are identifiable "characters" within the UFO phenomenon.
In this new vid the lower one is constant speed and the upper one is catching up, slowing down, catching up. When you see these things in previous
videos they're playing pretty much the same game. Here
they are over Dundee 2009.
they are over Denver 2011. In other vids they're a 3some. And sometimes more. We
can keep saying "it's birds" but you're just going to see more and more of this UFO pair over time. These "birds" (which isn't such a bad name, we
call aeroplanes birds after-all, due to their grace in the skies) are seemingly on a constant cat & mouse chase that has spanned at least 7 years so
far, with no end in sight, if this video is yet more proof of them.
Some folks ascertain that they can only be seen in IR but I disagree with that and think you can see them with the naked eye on some occasions. Lots
of witnesses have seen fastwalkers visible to the naked eye, typically flying on their own, but there's no doubt in my mind they come together. What
ground witnesses might see as one, clearly pair up at some points and, if other footage is evidence to go by, can sometimes form even larger
groupings. The best video is IR night footage, arguably easier to spot thru IR and follow with a camera. But it makes sense if these 2 things or "2FO"
as I call them (like some kind of boy/girl band) were to cross the moon, it'd look a lot like the video in this thread.
Therefore, I'm going with genuine. Nice catch! But for me, only because of what I've already seen prior to this vid, my understanding of the phenomena
in more recent years and own experiences. For everyone else, birds is cool... not quite as exhilarating tho so shame some people don't get a kick from
this video (or others).
edit on 16-11-2016 by markymint because: (no reason given)