posted on Sep, 13 2020 @ 07:01 PM
1. Listen close to the audio without watching the video. For being outside, it sounds to statically still of a background environment other than his
voice. Possibly indicating that the video portions were done with no sound and he added his narration speaking voice post production. Now the claim of
the object not having sound is plausible....not hearing the motors of a drone are now plausible and believable.
2. My stab at a debunk, points me to the use of not one, but two same size R/C helicopters with rotor blade tip LED’s for night flying.... Source
Go to Time Stamp 06:09 min and finish it out. Imagine flying only with the blade tip
lights and all other lights turned off. Watch the angles of flight...with enough practice they can be flown at the angles you see on the vid.
3. The switch between both R/C’s happens behind the trees where he mentions the second object appears to pop off the first object. How does he know
that to claim that out of his view? That’s were the viewer, you, agrees that’s what looks to have happened. Gotcha! In actuality the first R/C
heading downward is closer to behind the tree than the second R/C which actually comes into view at a distance away from the tree making it look
smaller, but likely the same size as the first R/C. It’s the perception the eyes see, and mind accepts.
4. Night Vision and I/R has gotten easier and easier to overlay and fake stills and video. The software for adding Night Vision and I/R filters and
effects to post production video has sophistication and leaps over Night Vision software (pictured top right) for still images.
It could be a hoax with a credible sounding good ol boy and crew of cronies operating the R/C helicopters to help pull it off.
edit on 13-9-2020 by Ophiuchus1 because: (no reason given)