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Originally posted by TrustEvery1
I spoke to Dan Aykroyd 2 years ago when he was at the hollywood palms here in chicago about the ufo footage and these were his exact words
"Oh that's over and done with, you want me to sign this?"
What? You are supposed to be so deep into this and you just brush it off? Somebody must have gotten to him.
I really wish this topic could be revisited! I personally feel this is one of the more credible events in the history of the UFO topic! Witnessed by hundreds of people, some of which were pilots! Yet, swept under the carpet for fear of losing their jobs. Amazing event nonetheless! There is something there, sadly, it was covered up pretty well. A shame the pics and videos were confiscated!edit on 22-12-2013 by EngineerGuY because: (no reason given)
Now you know Henry • 2 months ago
There is footage. My company is in the security industry and I know the integrator that supports the camera system there. They have sweeping pan tilt zoom camera coverage of the runway and exterior exits. The board operator was asked to zoom in on "something" in the sky. What was seen was metallic and very similar to a drone. The govt seized the footage on the basis of national security. What was caught was a surveillance drone that uses active camoflauge malfunctioning so that it was visible. The real concern is what it was doing in civilian air space.
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Now you know Now you know • 2 months ago −
One more thing, the camera was a Pelco PTZ. I mention that because there is also a dome camera that can't see above the horizon due to its design. This camera is on a motorized mount and is able to point up as well as down. Obviously this was 2006 and the cameras have been replaced since then with a newer IP system.
You would think they could just hover 20,000 feet in the air and film every part of an airport and study it later. Why the close observation?