posted on Apr, 30 2006 @ 03:36 PM
First One: New one I haven't seen, but appears faked. Reflection doesn't add up, and it just doesn't seem to act as the run-of-the-mill UFO.
2nd One: Already seen ths one, and think its a fake. Allow me to quote myself:
Press pause just at the 6-7 second mark(or if you just have a quick eye), and you see some kind of black pole coming out the top of the saucer. I have
a few reasons to believe it's fake.
First, I think it was really either a toy filmed, then redone with CGI, or the pole was just some sort of error when making the CGI.
Second, it makes a very unatural wobble right when it passes over, though it was cruising just perfectly until it dipped, turned and lowered (just
like some toy on a string would do).
Why didn't they start to run or have any reaction when it came forward(though this may just be because they were scared sh*tless)?
Just because there was a light underneath doesn't necessarily it produced heat, but by the chance that it does, and by the looks of it, it would've
fried the guy (and the 'kids' I heard in the background).
Why did it look so clear and... 'real' only when it was within 40 feet or so? Shouldn't the detail increased gradually as it closed in(then again,
it's possible the camera couldn't register the detail from so far, but it just seemed to me it went from regular UFO video to War Of The Worlds in
the split second it turned)?
That static/whatever that blasted right as it went over scared the sh*t out of me, as I had the volume up all the way. Shouldn't there have been a
least a hint of the sound from farther away(and again, it's possible the camera microphone couldn't pic it up until right there, but the sound was
just too loud for me to believe that)?
Why didn't the guy turn around and try to get as much as possibe? Either it's cause the UFO's actual pilot holding the toy up was behind him, or
something more... UFO-y. Like it shut down the camera as it passed over (as it characteristic with most UFO-over-electronic encounters), or the guy
was too scared. Still, if he had the balls to keep filming when it was heading straight for him, you'd think he'd have the nerve to turn around,
when being right under it didn't harm him.
Aren't UFOs supposed to be silent/near-silent/make a humming noise, not a jet engine noise? Though it's possible I'm mistaking static from an
overpassing interplanetary vehicle for a sound-distroted, chopped, low-flying jet noise.
The cockpit of the saucer seemed to pitch-black to be real, to me.
While it seemed to me the lighting and everything was accurate, when the fly-over happened, the reflectivity of the UFO appeared to change drastically
from when it was filmed from afar (and I don't mean it was because of it's position to the sun either).
Sorry if someone's already said this, I just typed it up right after I saw it while it was fresh in my mind. And don't get me wrong, I'm anything
but a non-believer/debunker, but I just thought I might as well point out my conjecture seeing as everyone thinks it's so real-looking (which it
is;it scared the crap out of me the first time). Very, very good video though, if only those things pointed out above weren't so... there.