posted on Apr, 28 2017 @ 12:27 AM
As another poster mentioned, if you ignore the main frame rate of the video, you can see the object, or rather, the individual ones, moving about in a
"stop motion" way. If you apply a clock-face frame rate in your mind, tick, tick, tick, whilst watching it, you can see what's going on quite clearly.
At 2:41 onwards this effect can be seen quite clearly.
It is much more along the lines of a light sequence of some kind than chinese lanterns. It's hard to tell if the stop motion effect is actual
movement, or if it's particular lights being switched on and off. If someone can stick such a thing to a quadcopter/drone then that's quite
impressive, that right now is about the only earthly angle I can think of, sides maybe a clever projection onto clouds.
There does appear to be a fourth, blinker light. Again at 2:41 onwards when the movement of one of the "three" lights is apparent, a 4th light appears
to move down to the left, the blinker light. This would probably relate to a laser projection. But it's true that it's definitely there and definitely
caught on camera, too bad for him he has an ancient camera OR, as we should all learn to do, has not set it to HD! (my Samsung smart phone was
defaulted to a low res)
So I'm going with 1. Laser projection 2. Drone with some lightboard/LED sequencer/sequencing attached 3. Genuine anomaly -- it is a pretty cool video
whatever it is
The recent "ghost caught on Most Haunted" was also stop-motion...maybe it's back!