Been asked by many about the supposed low flying craft that ends by entering the trees. And since the site seems to be a hot potatoe, I stayed upthe
other nite doing a bit of frame by frame analysis on it.
It is listed on the site as "Australian UFO Wave 2006: Sighting #25" and the link for watching the video is here:
Here is the quote on the site about it:
LOCATION: Picton, NSW
WITNESSES: One witness.
OTHER DETAILS: This object was seen approaching at great speed, but was no longer visible once it passed behind the tree.The witness has stated that
the object was silent - the aeroplane that can be heard on the tape was a conventional aircraft off to the East (which was also seen and filmed by the
This is analogue video shot on an old camera, and converted to digital. The conversion process is far from perfect, and the original tape is much
clearer (when played directly through a TV). Watching the video frame-by-frame the object appears to be changing shape as it moves, or perhaps
rotating. It has been suggested that the object's rapid movement could result in this visual distortion. We will attempt to get a better quality
conversion in the future.
This one is quite a bit differant though. Every time I watched it, something about it didn't seem right especially when the sun's reflection hit
it.. Why was it only reflecting that top section I kept asking myself? Also, why was the craft's nose tipped up so much, was it coming in for a
landing somewhere? Well that didn't make much sense. This one also doesn't have the appearance of being staged (perse').
So I continued going through all frames, one at a time. I did this for many-many hours and did notice a little rough changes in the darker portion on
the bottom of the craft, but that could've been again something to do with angle and sun reflection.
After going frame by frame I accidently hit the reverse button and watched the footage in reverse...Thats when it hit me.. We were seeing a reverse
flight of a jet with a heavy composite build-up (CG) around the bottom of it...
When you remove the black composite,, you can see the jet,,, even a red FAA strobe firing off in 2 frames...
Now I did a real simple (and rather crappy job) cover-up of the black CG Composite using the available blue sky for the fill, so keep that in mind.
So in summary.. Videotape a jet coming out of the trees heading to the left zoomed in. Follow the jet and zoom-out. Take footage add dark composite CG
shading, and reverse the footage to run backwards... Wah-La!