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originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
But before we call it a UFO imitating a cloud, I have to ask the question ''why would a ufo imitate a cloud in the first place and then turn around and give it away by the abnormal movement.
originally posted by: intrptr
Anybody else see the deflated leftover of a mylar weather ballon, descending?
"Sparkly lights" could just be reflection off the plastic.
It is a bit blurry, can't make out the detail so I cannot rule out balloon...
originally posted by: snarfbot
i would expect a swarm of insects to appear dark against the sky, and not appear to have lights contained within. the bag theory is somewhat more plausible, but it would have to be a very large bag. when it goes behind the house at the end it took up at least as much space across as half the house, so what is that, 15-20 feet minimum?
originally posted by: ArMaP
It's an UFO, an Unidentified Falling Object. Why didn't they search for it on the ground?
originally posted by: Blue Shift
I saw this on TV last night and tracked it down. Anybody know of any natural phenomenon that would do this? I've been trying to figure it out. Of course, it could be a hoax or some kind of ordinary thing filmed in an usual circumstance. Some unusually coherent ball of smoke, maybe. But I thought it was interesting. It kind of harkens back to those discussions about "sky creatures" floating around. Anyway...
John Keel used to talk about UFOs sometimes imitating common things, particularly balloons and airplanes. This doesn't quite look like the same thing.