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Possible UFO crash off NJ coast

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posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 10:44 PM
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Originally posted by eh7879
Found a legit picture on NBC of the incident...

www.wnbc.com...

Here is the story where the pic came from

www.wnbc.com...#


This is very interesting...its off the beach for sure as you can see the lifeguard chair...can't make much else out of it...looks like a video feed maybe



Very interesting picture. Very prismatic. Could anything be
I have never seen an error like that before, if it is a digital error. Nor any natural light that would cause such an effect. The source is very bright, but does not wash out the frame.
Judging by the angle to which the lifeguard station is, I would imagine that the camera was higher, putting the two brightest thingys in the foreground very low to the horizon.
It looks like it is a pulsing light, at different frequency intensity and duration. From at least 2 sources, one more distant and higher to left. The other one, or two bottom foreground. (Think audio wave, or the optical audio track on a film).




posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 10:49 PM
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I find it interesting that this has happened so soon after the troop deployment to DC... And I hate to bring back things flushed... but I am reminded of the recent [hoax] by the infamous GhostRaven... Never did get a chance to read the whole thread, but it seemed that a few people found it rather fishy how abruptly he folded and exposed himself as a hoaxer...

I'm not really sure of anything, but food for thought none the less.



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 10:54 PM
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I'm not sure why NBC would put a hoax photo up...the one thing that is weird is the flash from the light goes over their graphic of the town name and where it says last night...I just don't know what to make of it at all.



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 10:56 PM
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Originally posted by Hope_for_reason
Nydailynews.com reports

"Meteor shower along New Jersey shore sparks fears of plane crash "

Being reported as a metor shower??

Meteor shower?

Still they would say that wouldn't they!



My wife and I were on the jersey shore during this "UFO"crash..whereas I cannot say I saw anything that I would consider a UFO however I can confirm there was in fact a minor meteor shower during the night in question.



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:07 PM
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I haven't read through all of the posts yet... and I don't know if anyone has raised this question but... wouldn't syringes !? Also, if something like that did crash that thing would sink along with all the stuff in it... its not like the china, and furniture from the Titanic floated ashore.

[edit on 3-9-2007 by Ketzer22]



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:10 PM
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Well, im in Jersey, about 45 min north of the shore.

I say all us ATS'ers from Jersey combine efforts. Finaly, something in our backyard, recently! I say we figure out just what exactly happened, or to do our best trying. You never know what you can accomplish, after all.



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:11 PM
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Is anyone else seeing a irregular shaped blacked out area of the NJ coastline in NASA whirlwind?



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:16 PM
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That NBC photo just strikes me as wrong all over the place. Note in the upper left corner the capitalization isn't correct: "Last NIght". (Not that odd in itself, but we've all got the fine-tooth combs out for this one, haven't we?)

Since this is clearly a screengrab off their televised news footage, it would be great if the report were available somewhere. Anyone know whether WNBC offers their newscasts or selected reports online? Did anyone in the area see the newscast this frame is from?

I really cannot get over how the prismatic effect goes over the news bar but under the ticker. That's so many kinds of strange it boggles the mind. The light seems so artificial as to be nearly digital (untrained armchair visual effects geek here, not trying to lay claim to anything), but unless this is an image constructed by someone at WNBC itself, I can't imagine how the lights would do that odd over-news-bar-under-ticker thing. Just another baffling item in a long string of such in this case...



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:19 PM
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I agree, it seems odd that the glare bars from the colored lights are ON TOP of the station logo bar across the bottom of the image, but BEHIND the crawler feed, makes me think it's fabricated.

As far as the "debris"...

The first image with the shadows was probably due to a cross fade from a shot of people on the beach to a shot of the "debris"... wait a minute...I thought the beach was closed...when did they get the shot of people walking amongst the "debris" and...hmmm...the "debris" itself?

Makes me think those shots are, if not out and out fabrications, then just some generic stock footage of a dirty beach.

Looks like the disinformation is in full swing.

I don't watch the broadcast tube, hate the constant brain-washing going on, guess I just like my brain funky...


I prefer to get my news from the 'net.

In the interest of seeking an opinion from those that do get there news from the mass media, I asked my folks, who live in California, what they'd heard about this situation, real news junkies, they're retired, read the local paper out of Riverside every day, watch all the local news stations and CNN all the time, even PBS, and they hadn't heard a thing.

Zero.

I guess a dirty beach in New Jersey isn't big news on the west coast, what with all the filthy beaches of their own. Imperial Beach, Santa Monica, Malibu after the storms...

But fire from the sky???

From a yahoo news search, here's two more links to news stories about the "meteor" shower. I didn't find any thing about the NJ beach closings...

wcbstv
NYTimes

The wcbstv link may have been already posted, but I don't recall seeing the New York Times link.
Notice how wcbstv is certain what the lights are not, whereas the NYTimes simply references what was reported in the "frantic calls" that came in.

After that the stories are the same, practically word for word, as EVERY OTHER "news" report posted here.

Hmmm....

Curiouser and curiouser...



Reason for edit:

Oh yeah, I'm getting an awful lot of spyware alerts on links out of threads here on ATS, youtube links, news links to what appear to be fabricated "evidence" of "nothing going on here, folks", just a heads up, kids, keep your guard up, those who would conspire to disinform and mislead are EVERYWHERE, they might not even know how they're being used themselves...

"Just because I'm paranoid, doesn't mean they're not after me."

[edit on 3-9-2007 by goosdawg]

[edit on 3-9-2007 by goosdawg]

[edit on 3-9-2007 by goosdawg]



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:21 PM
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update

google maps and NASA whirlwind, both have blocked out the coastal shelf region off the coast of NJ



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:21 PM
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i see a weird blacked out area on google earth by normandy beach, not sure if its supposed to be like that, or if its because of this



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:25 PM
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Being that I work in the TV/News world for at least 10 hours every day, I can tell you there is no way those "trails" off the lights can cover the banner. They are more than likely using a common Leitch system for the lower graphic.. which blocks out ALL running video.

My only explanation could be is if this photo was actually taken off a television set with a camera, the lights were so bright it glared in the picture. Honestly that the only explanation I can come up with... or photoshop. Until we get to see some moving video, its hard to prove.

[edit on 3-9-2007 by TwiTcHomatic]



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:38 PM
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That does not explain how the "glare" goes under the ticker at the bottom...
If it were a snapshot of a TV, then it would cover the ticker as well. That has to be the weirdest photo from a news source I have ever seen.


Google only came up with a handful of links, mostly conspiracy sites and the few news articles already posted here. One would like to think something like this would have more than just a local impact... Oh wait, I almost forgot, the media reports what they are told to report. my bad.



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:39 PM
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Originally posted by TwiTcHomatic
Being that I work in the TV/News world for at least 10 hours every day, I can tell you there is no way those "trails" off the lights can cover the banner. They are more than likely using a common Leitch system for the lower graphic.. which blocks out ALL running video.

My only explanation could be is if this photo was actually taken off a television set with a camera, the lights were so bright it glared in the picture. Honestly that the only explanation I can come up with using my knowledge of on air video techniques.


But wouldn't glare, in a screen cap with a camera, override the entire screen?

I mean the glare is BEHIND the crawler...

Maybe those who would choose to disinform are so arrogant, so confident they can fool the sheeple, they're not even concerned with doing a proper job.

Or maybe it's someone on the inside sending a clue that we're being misled...

My brain hurts...



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:43 PM
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If that was moving video sure.. but all I see is one frame of footage, I have found no moving video at all.

The bottom leitch is doing its job covering up the all the video of the frame being shown. Until that shot is proven not to be just a picture that is being shown on the TV screen, the bottom crawl has little bearing.



[edit on 3-9-2007 by TwiTcHomatic]



posted on Sep, 3 2007 @ 11:56 PM
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im no scientist but it sounds like it may have been a meteor shower 2 me



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 12:04 AM
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Ok, but another point that was brought up was where all the biohazard trash came from. And who is going to be held responsible? Or, will it just all be swept under the rug?



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 12:05 AM
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I actually live right by Normandy and my brother hangs out there at least twice a week at night right on the beach, he also is friends with a few kids that live right in Normany. I'll have him do a little investigating to see what they say or heard.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 12:48 AM
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My best guess about the NBC image is that it is simply a stock photo or a grab from some previous footage on that beach and they simply overlaid a vivid star filter light pattern onto it. Notice the couple relaxing on the lifeguard stand. If I saw THAT, coming toward me, I either be running, ready to run, ready to help, ready to go get help, or just READY to do SOMETHING.

I'm betting its nothing more than a sensationalized recreation. Don't get me wrong, I don't think a bunch of witnesses mistook some meteors for an aircraft crashing into the ocean, but I don't believe this is an actual photo of whatever it is that happened. It is quite annoying that NBC doesn't list the source, or give an explanation for the image, even more so if it is in fact a fabricated image.



posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 01:04 AM
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maybe they forgot to add the word"illustration"...at the bottom of the pic...well see

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