I don't have a link or still image of what I seen in this episode no was it realy about UFOs. Though they were mentioned a few times.
Any way it was the episode about atlantis in the last two min. of the show as it's coming to a close it shows some guy standing out side of some
ruins talking to the camara.
Well as I was wacthing this (only partialy into the show as I was watching my 5 1/2 month old son) I see a hematite colored spearical object more of
an egg shape float into an opening of the building behind him. This thing seemed to be about the size of a persons head and perfectly smooth you could
see light and shadow reflections on it. It reminded me of a remote probe only perfectly smooth.
I seen this and using the DVR rewound it over and over playing it in slow motion and everything. I mean it's possible the ppl who made the show
thought it might be funny to add that in to see if any one would notice it. The man speaking into the camara and the camara guy didn't seem to notice
or care that it was there. I know I seen it as I watched it over and over again to make sure it was there.
I don't realy want to say it's a UFO in the sense of ETs but at this moment being that I can not identify it it is a UFO to me. So in saying that
has any one else seen this or have a way to post a pic of it? This episode was just on NGC today about two hours ago. If any one else has seen this
in this episode or if any one knows or has an idea as to what it is please explain it to me.
This is the exact camara angle though as at the end of the show. The object in question at that point flies at the point of his shoulder. Well it more
or less floats/glides that is into the building behind him.
I just caught the show also and saw the same thing. I immediately came here to see if anyone else had noticed it also. I watched it over and over
again in slow motion and must say, I have no idea what it is. It looked like a bird at first, but doesn't move like one. Funny thing is it appeared
while interviewing the guy who was a ufo believer.
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