Just watched this documentary: Australien Skies. It's available on Netflix or via YouTube for a small fee. Good documentary. The primary of the
documentary focuses on Damien John Nott. Interesting fellow who seems by all intents and purposes to be a genuine article. No real evidence to speak
of other than a ton of footage he has captured over the years. All is debatable but none the less intriguing.
He doesn't strike me as a hoaxer. To the contrary he strikes me as very sincere. He certainly believes what he is capturing are non-terrestrial
events. Non of his commentary leads me to believe he is being deceptive.
edit on 8-9-2017 by Outlier13 because: (no reason given)
Been meaning to watch this on Netflix, thanks for posting the trailer, it actually looks a bit more interesting than I assumed it would be, I'll try
to watch it within the next few days and post my thoughts in this thread.
This is a good documentary, I found it pretty captivating and it went a long way to reigniting my interest in the ufo field at the time. I saw Damien
Nott give a presentation on his material at a conference last year and he seems pretty passionate about it and authentic, however one can never be too
careful when assessing the validity of such claims... very interesting all the same. A must watch for anyone interested in the field
on 8 9 2017 by Yarrow83 because: (no reason given)
Used to do a lot of shooting out west of the Eungella range, and I've seen ton's of strange lights, some singles and some in strings of 8 or 10. Never
really thought about what they were, more of just a " look at that, bit odd...". Thing is, there's not another light source for 100 clicks or more, so
you see absolutely everything.
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