posted on Dec, 25 2018 @ 06:32 AM
I've been living in the dc md area for over 30 years and Im pretty sure this is a hoax. The location where it all takes place is proof enough. If you
don't think so here is a simple hypothetical breakdown of the footage.
Act 1- cabbie sees something in the sky pulls over to get a better look.
Act 2- husband sees something baffling in the sky and tries to get a better look.
Act 3- two average buddies are driving and see something floating in the sky so they investigate and get a close up visual of something amazing.
It's obviously a script. The bad impersonation of somone foreign was being acted by the person speaking in video 1. In video 2 a man calls for his
wife (I assume), you can just barely hear them ask if that's something in the sky. If you turn up the volume that person is the same guy from video 1
just listen to their voices and you can tell it's the same person. In video 3 the two men speaking are doing a better job disguising their voices.
the dialogue sounds natural at first until you hear how dramatic the man is when he tells the driver to turn right, it was over exaggerated like the
remaining dialogue which they shouldve cut anyway. But the content that started this thread, the video and the people 100% bogus. debate the matter
if you like, but the pentagon is across the street from a highly populated area consisting of residential, retail, and comercial properties. Branches
of the major interstate routes all converge and branch off in that area as well. And the flight path for inbound/outbond air traffic to Reagan
international airport passes right by that area. So If a pyramid was floating over the pentagon folks in the area would have seen it clear as day yet
a week has passed and no other videos or witness acounts of this sighting have been reported. Taking all of this into consideration , a failed hoax
is the only rational explanation in my openion. Feel free to share your thoughts if you like.