Date : 28/12/2018
Time : Between 00.18 - 00.30am GMT (on 27/12/2018 after midnight)
Location : West London, UK (approx 3-4 miles from Heathrow airport)
Device : Nokia 5
Observed : Orange orb-like object
I went outside into garden for a smoke and noticed what I reckoned is a chinese lantern and thought thats nice but as it got closer it struck me I
couldnt see the tell tale signs of a lantern, no flame or flickering and the centre wasnt brighter than the rest it had a consistent uniformed shape
at this point I thought wtf this doesnt look right I best record it and went inside to get my Nokia 5.
This is the first video footage recorded after the object moved away.
This is the second video when another similar object appeared a few minutes later taking a different path.
I would like those in the know at ATS to download the original uncompressed yt footage which im uploding as I speak and tell me what you think.
Here the links :
edit on 28-12-2018 by anomalie because: (no reason given)
Can only view the second video and it appears that when the orange light source pulsates it is something to do with the focus settings, as the
foreground buildings which are dark, the focus also blurs over them, can be seen from begining of video and on each pulse, with foreground in shot
What that proves I do not no for sure, but I have read about stars/planets looking the same when out of focus, maybe your headings will give enough
information to rule that out
Seriouly did you watch the whole video parts 1 & 2 ? anyyway talk is cheap when uploaded orginal uncompressed footgage and you watch on big sreen not
mobile or laptop and if still think it a plane then fair enough but i think you need to see the second video it show the object fairly close
Grant Cameron [of Charlie Red Star] has, after many years, come to the conclusion that UFOs intentionally want to create a WOW effect. They want some
people to notice them and be impressed. Exactly why is unclear, but it might be a dangling carrot: "Look what is possible, don't you want to figure it
out and take the next step in your evolution?"
But to answer your question: Same reason as our airplanes. They sometimes want to be seen. Just not for the same reasons.
And, yes, I know you just asked rhetorically. But I thought you might want to consider a new idea.
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