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Security Camera Footage of an Alien Abduction?

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posted on Sep, 14 2007 @ 12:29 PM
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"It is a security video from what appears to be a store. The time is 11.16pm and a worker is seemingly closing up the place for the night. However, when he opens the back gate and walks outside there is an instant, blinding flash right where he is standing and then all of the security cameras are temporarily knocked out, soon resuming their function. They then run for another 1 hour 50 minutes until 1.06am when there is another blinding white flash and all the cameras again get knocked out. When they resume function the aforementioned worker can be seen lying in a foetal position nearby to where he disappeared. He then leans up, vomits, then staggers off disorientated."


so what do you think folks ?

www.youtube.com...




posted on Sep, 14 2007 @ 12:40 PM
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Well, I got some questions.

- Why does all 4 cameras (the ones inside as well) seem to turn off when the first flash comes?

- Why dont we get to see the second flash that apparently brings the victim back?

Just a few things I thought off when watching. But its clearly a interesting video.


[edit on 14-9-2007 by Copernicus]



posted on Sep, 14 2007 @ 01:06 PM
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My guess is that the guy went behing the building after closing time and got drunk perhaps with some buddies causing him to stagger and vomit after returning to the building. As far as the flashes of light, no answer other than they went out at the same time because they are all on the same electrical circuit. Perhaps the flash was from the headlights of his buddy's vehicle arriving and departing.

By the way, I watched the video without sound since I'm at work.



posted on Sep, 14 2007 @ 01:15 PM
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The TV segment provided in the link states that they never even questioned the guy that was supposedly abducted.

The story says the guy just left his job mysteriously, nothing about him reporting an alien abduction so why would they have even looked at the footage? Unless theres a robbery or something I don't know many people who even look at security tapes.

It's not as if the alleged abductee was the one reporting the story, it seems as though it's someone else.
I don't buy it.



posted on Sep, 14 2007 @ 02:22 PM
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Originally posted by earthchild
The story says the guy just left his job mysteriously, nothing about him reporting an alien abduction so why would they have even looked at the footage? Unless theres a robbery or something I don't know many people who even look at security tapes.


Without commenting on the video yet, I can tell you that I work in a nightclub and the managers are required to run through the CCTV tapes of the exterior on a routine basis. They don't watch the full thing, but watch it at increased speed unless they something which merits attention. My guess is the person who sent the tape was watching and noted the flash followed by the distortion (which would require further investigation).

Now then, the video doesn't look like a fake to me. It would take a bit of preparation to synchronise the light with the momentary fuzziness on the CCTV. And the man's return is very spontaneous. If he had been lying there before it would have been seen, and he only had a few moments to run into the foetal position and throw up.
Its interesting, if nothing else.



posted on Sep, 14 2007 @ 02:24 PM
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Actually, on some of the replays (why I do not know) you can see a flash of light in a circle around the guy lying in the fetal position... which looked a little 'strange' to me... that would be strange because it looked like some one on top of the building shinning a very strong flashlight on him from above... but who knows?... Did anyone see the vomit in the morning? did anyone collect samples of the vomit? it looked like it could have been a forced vomet with cottege cheeze (sp)??? Shrug

[edit on 14-9-2007 by constantine70]



posted on Sep, 14 2007 @ 02:27 PM
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old news. i haven't decided how i feel about it yet, but something tells me there's something fishy about it.



posted on Sep, 14 2007 @ 03:18 PM
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oh yea. its clearly a video abduction.
anyone who say otherwise is obviously blind. its crystal clear the guy/girl/person was abducted by aliens... you'd have to be blind to miss it.

/sarcasm



posted on Sep, 16 2007 @ 03:47 AM
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That light looks like, ya know those security spot lights which turns on if ya go too close. The vomit part...i dunno, the vomit is real i can tell ya that, but the abduction part....i dont believe it.



posted on Sep, 17 2007 @ 09:58 PM
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I get a real wierd feeling watching this video, for one I can't come up with any type of logical reason that this man would have for coming back 2 hours later and vomiting like that.

The fact that he is so disoriented is another reason I'm thinking abduction.
I really wish this guy could be found, maybe he will surface one day and we will find out what really happened.

Very Interesting



posted on Sep, 17 2007 @ 10:03 PM
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Not really a whole lot to see, even if it was.



posted on Sep, 17 2007 @ 10:12 PM
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Not many people get evidence like that so this brings up the question, Why did they not come forward? Maybe the ET's are keeping track of DNA progression. Making sure we are on track and on schedule for the next evolutionary event in 2012?



posted on Sep, 17 2007 @ 10:28 PM
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A very strange video that was. Very Freaky. I'm not qualified to say if the video is authentic or fake. If it is real then I feel sorry for person who got abducted.
I really wouldn't mind so much getting abucted before work. But after work...no way. After work I would want to relax...not get abducted by aliens!



posted on Oct, 8 2007 @ 06:25 AM
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Alien abduction? Maybe, it could be anything - even this man could be supernatural, or hoax at its finest.



posted on Oct, 8 2007 @ 06:26 AM
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Woah, thats a pretty freaky video. I think it warrants more investigation though before we determine the authenticity of it.

Personally I hope its not a hoax because this would be a huge breakthrough in this subject



posted on Oct, 8 2007 @ 07:51 AM
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Kind of a miss leading header on thread. This video is more than several years old and still around. I think someone on video is jerking people around, but then everyone has their own opinions of what they see.

I thought, since there are thousands of cameras around now, a new video has been made. You'd think with all the new cameras in England, they can find bombers but can't see aliens, and the millions of cameras in the USA, you can capture a bridge collapse but no aliens, that there would be at least one interesting video that has that WOW factor.

Before the conspiracy crowd starts screaming cover up and men in black taking video or just that the military came and took the video, most of the USA cameras are privately owned and operated. There is too much money to be made if someone had proof or just the wow factor. The video would be released.

Time will tell....



posted on Oct, 8 2007 @ 08:10 AM
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I used to get a kcik out of making videos just like this, then watching people debate their authenticity. They were never hard to make, using cheap software I could pretty much make anything happen. Degrade the quality a liitle, and viola! Instant UFO abduction. I've since moved on since then, but I always thought it was funny to see people debate videos that I made. They, by the way, were never made to actually fool people, they were just effects tests and editing exercises that were posted on youtube, or leaked onto the net. So yeah, at one point I was an inadvertent part of the main problem that plagues real ufo research, lol.

I remember on one video, I chimed in and told everyone I made it. I even posted screen captures of me working on it, and before and after edited footage. The result: I had people accuse me of being a goverment disinfo agent set on casting doubt about the authenticity of a real alien abduction and ufo video. You can't win with people that want to believe.

I assure you, this video is not legit for obvious reason. Stop an dthink about it for a while, and you will have your answer.



posted on Oct, 8 2007 @ 10:39 AM
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It's a very interesting video but the thing that is the most questionable about it is that whomever sent the tape in asked for a lot of money. To me it sounds like he and his friend staged it his friend gets the tape and anonymously asks for money so they can quit their blue collar jobs.


I mean the whole "This is valuable and I expect to be paid for it" just really ruins credibility. If they were serious about getting this info out there and having it scrutinized and not ridiculed they should have thought about integrity before their wallets.



posted on Oct, 8 2007 @ 10:45 AM
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Originally posted by IgnoreTheFacts
I used to get a kcik out of making videos just like this, then watching people debate their authenticity. They were never hard to make, using cheap software I could pretty much make anything happen. Degrade the quality a liitle, and viola! Instant UFO abduction. I've since moved on since then, but I always thought it was funny to see people debate videos that I made. They, by the way, were never made to actually fool people, they were just effects tests and editing exercises that were posted on youtube, or leaked onto the net. So yeah, at one point I was an inadvertent part of the main problem that plagues real ufo research, lol.

I remember on one video, I chimed in and told everyone I made it. I even posted screen captures of me working on it, and before and after edited footage. The result: I had people accuse me of being a goverment disinfo agent set on casting doubt about the authenticity of a real alien abduction and ufo video. You can't win with people that want to believe.

I assure you, this video is not legit for obvious reason. Stop an dthink about it for a while, and you will have your answer.



Admitting to creating hoaxes is a great way to get put on the bantrain.

Thanks for the admission though as I'll now forever associate your name with fraud.



posted on Oct, 8 2007 @ 11:50 AM
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Sure would be nice to see the unedited non woowoo UPN Frake-o-Rama version of this. Being a product of one of these dime a dozen paranormal shows sure doesnt help its credibility much. I'll look at it again and see if I can find what ITF sees that makes him think fakeroo.



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