posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 11:59 AM
The palm trees are not all the same, like in the haiti video.
This video doesn't look nor feel real at all. The video starts, and the ufo isn't even there yet, why would someone have a camera ready if an ufo
appears? If I had seen an ufo mothership, I would have rushed to my house to grab my camera and run to film the ufo, not gently wait for the ufo to
appear behind the shed. The camera angle is strange, it make it seems as if the video was taken 3-4 meters above the ground if you look at the palm
tree trunks. We hear people screaming, but we see none of them, again due to the oddly high camera angle. The ufo makes noise, ufos don't make noise,
nor do motherships, never I heard of any of the ufo witnesses or any of the few ufo mothership witnesses say that the ufo they saw made noise. They
just dont, that's a recipe to get spotted, they are not stupid, why make noise when you don't have to? Also, the camera is too smooth for a home
video, it's as if it was on a stand. The mothership looks like it's piloted by an amateur, alien pilote in training much? It looks like it doesn't
have a darn idea where it's going. Then it flies above the camera, the cameraman doesn't even need to move, how convinient. Then, the first part of
the video stops at the crunchy part, the ship's under. Of what we see of it, the ship's under looks very weird and unreal. Pause at 1.01, it's as
if there's a black grill layered under the light, just floating there. Then when the first part stops, the video just waves and blinks like it was
photoshopped to do that, very unbelievable "cut". Why would the camera fail at that key moment anyway? This brings me to another point, electrical
equipment never works near an ufo, all witnesses say it. Why'd the camera work all that time when that big thing was around?