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I'll tell ya what....these look like NO disco lights I've ever seen.
Originally posted by Dialsoap
Looks like it should be on the cover of a Boston album...
Originally posted by MrChipps
You know what I find interesting......All it takes is for one person to call some photos a hoax, and there goes the domino effect.
Did you ever think that this could be the scenario:
The photos of a real ufo were somehow leaked to the public. Now the military has to come up with a story to make anyone who believes in these photos seem foolish. So, a "hoax" story is put out by someone in the military or government who got scared. I'll tell ya what....these look like NO disco lights I've ever seen.
Originally posted by croaker013
I found this out about the camera and the film used.
The Canon T-9- was set up with a spacer, two 2-2 X multipliers and 500 mm mirror lens with five filters. The lens package was 2000 mm plus. The speed of the film using the film push process is close to 3000. The camera was set up to take scenery at a distance. The computerized camera with computer chips was set to open the aperture as wide as possible.
Commander Bethune was told by Bill Sherwood of Kodak that the object photographed with this package used on the camera was about five miles distant and would be 100 feet in diameter.ASA Kodak 400 or above film was used. Push processing was ordered when developing the film.
Originally posted by denythestatusquo
Originally posted by free_spirit
The unfamous 1989 Nashville, Tennessee photos were exposed in the 90's as a hoax. The " saucer craft " was just a light show device from a disco and the smoke just a smoke machine very popular among disco clubs.
quote of first post in thread:
"These photographs were allegedly taken on September 27, 1989, near Nashville, Tennessee and used to build a model for theatrical events. The photographs show columns of light shining down from the craft. Our spotlights do not function in this manner."
what I wanna know is this: which came first, the copy or the real deal?
Also, you were eager to say these were fakes and then post that link but why did not not take into consideration the statement I copied from the first post in this thread?