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Triangle UFO *60 miles north of Bakersfield, CA*

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posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 06:49 PM
reply to post by Diplomat

yes forgot about that.

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 08:44 PM
I wonder if any one else saw this beside these girls

When I saw this video the Rocketdyne videos from a few months ago came to mind. These lights they filmed strobe the same as the Rocketdyne videos. Rocketdyne is 80 miles south or their location I think they must have been test flying that night.

Rocketdyne clip

She had like 15 videos posted but there are only 3 now...

[edit on 26-11-2007 by area51videoz]

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 10:13 PM

Originally posted by area51videoz
I wonder if any one else saw this beside these girls

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I was thinking about this earlier. There had to be someone else who saw that thing. They were pretty much in the middle of nowhere, but it really isn't THAT desolate... there are some people around.

You girls should have just blocked the entire road with your car and forced everyone on the road to look up at the object.

posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 10:44 PM
Blondie & Blackburn:
Thanks for the replies and contribution so far, like a few of us have said... you have been very open with this whole thing despite the fact it may have been one of the most profound and confusing things that you have experienced.. alot of us here are just as dumbfounded by it as you. I would also agree with the fact that what you have captured on film is one of the great moments of unexplained phenomena in the sky in recent years, and if what you felt and saw was even remotely similar to what was caught on camera... it was a once in a lifetime experience for sure.

In all seriousness, you should get a copy of this to the mods on here... and in the meantime if anyone can host the divshare cut of this here I'm sure it will be greatly appreciated. Not sure if anyone on here is well versed in video enhancements, but I think personally it is worth a shot. So far the concensus seems to say that this is not civillian aircraft, so that leaves it either being something military, or something non-terrestrial in origin. Whichever it is...
it is sure interesting.


posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 10:55 PM
we're 20 pages into this and blackburn and blondie and their video are still standing!!

how often are the witnesses and creators of the footage actually here to defend and explain their experience? Springer, you've chimed in, the credibility of the witnesses and their footage grows with each page. how often has this occurred on ATS in the past?

even though C2C has it's faults it is a method to get the word out to the masses. i've added my 2 cent e-mail to tom danheiser to see if the two of you can be interviewed during the show. hopefully it could be when Art is filling-in, he'll be manning the show this friday, 11/30.

area51videoz, nice find! that's the closest anyone has come to posting something that actually resembles what is on blackburn&blondie's video....!

the video may not be the most convincing footage ever, but the fact that blackburn and blondie are here to back it up makes this the most intriguing thread i've ever experienced here. this is currently the best evidence, for me, that UFO's (back engineered or not) exist!!


posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 11:25 PM
I would love to send a dv copy of this footage to a professional video specialist type person. I put a call into an editor I know that lives in LA. I just watched my footage on the tv again (as opposed to computer files). You can barely see the outline of a craft. You can't see it on the computer files due to compression and pixelation. There has got to be a way to lighten and zoom in using super hi tech equipment. I'll let you all know what happens...

If someone has got an address of a video specialist, I'll send a dv tape copy to them.

Oh, the camera I filmed with is a Sony DCR-PC5.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 01:28 AM
reply to post by area51videoz

very interesting
the one vid of the things fly around rocketdyne is pretty cool,
the daylight one kinda looks like a motorcycle patrol ranger, you can hear the 2 stroke he's or after and you can see their dust trail on the hill above, the lights never leave the ground and they go around rocks and down chutes. That comes to mind because ive seen such a situation from a simillar vantage point.
Or its a rov with a 2 stroke engine, there are a couple of differnt kinds being tested by the mil, either way you can hear a 2 stroke engine.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 01:29 AM
Edwards AFB.

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posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 01:33 AM
Hi Diana,

I'm no video expert, but it seems like it would be hugely valuable to have someone who is make a few copies of the original for archiving, and to make the original video (in its original format) available a.s.a.p. in case it does yield information that could be considered sensitive (of course we'd love to have it here at ATS).

Minor details lost from subsequent compression/post-processing could make all the difference here...

*edit* I realize you are already volunteering to do this, I am just excited -- your footage becomes so much more amazing than it already is if a craft outline can indeed be seen!

Thanks so much!

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posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 01:45 AM
reply to post by Tabasco1

There is Lemoore NAS, its about 40 air miles away, Lemoore is a home base for several carrier squadrons. Even though its a big base with a alot of personel, they are mostly deployed overseas. Edwards is a long ways away with a whole lot more islotated testing area very nearby.
Where they were at the freeway runs at the base of a mtn range that reaches elevations of 4-5000' 1n just a couple of miles from the freeway.
Your not going to find many aircraft flying below 10,000 flying around out there.
There is a history of sightings in the area.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 09:27 AM
reply to post by BLACKburn

BLACKburn, no problem. Reply to the email I sent you yesterday regarding your password repair so I can email you the address to send the dvd to.

As you can imagine, I get tons of emails everyday so please put UFO VIDEO in the subject line so it will stand out.


posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 12:02 PM

I sent you my mailing address on MySpace. Please do send me a DV tape, and I can definitely enhance it for you. I would MUCH prefer DV tape to DVD, so as to avoid any compression artifacts at all.


posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 12:46 PM
Bravo for Blackburn and Blondie coming forward with this! I showed this to my husband and he said it was what he saw as a kid in Tracy, Ca. It is hard to say if it terrestrial or extraterrestrial, with all the bases around. Remember Lawrance Lab is not that for away and neither is Lockeed Martin.

I would would say if it is terrestrial we have a lot more things to worry about.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 03:17 PM
BLACKburn has responded and she is sending Jeff Ritzmann a copy of the whole video. This should be interesting to the maximum.

I'll update as soon as I hear from Jeff.


posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 03:30 PM
ah, springer...THATS what i was waiting to hear. i'm glad Jritz is on the case!

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 03:39 PM
Thanks Springer, I can't wait to see some thorough analysis by a pro...

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 11:43 PM
reply to post by punkinworks

Yup--NAS Lemoore roughly north-northwest of Bakersfield. And Edwards is 50 or 60 miles to the southeast down in the valley. And and don't forget the Naval Weapons Station at China Lake 60 or 70 miles, I guess, to the northeast. (Flash Earth is down for the moment. ;-))

Based on the estimate of the location where the video was taken, I'd say they were somewhere between Hwy 46 and the Kern County line.

There can be lots of traffic on the freeway through there but it is pretty much nowhere (especially at night) so it's entirely plausible, to me, anyhow, that other motorists would may not have noticed anything unusual in the sky, especially if they hadn't pulled off to the side of the road for some reason.

EDIT: I forgot. Have you ever heard of a little town out in boonieland called Randsburg? It's an interesting place to visit. If you are away from the town a ways looking down into the valley you can sometimes see some pretty interesting B-52 flying skills when they come whipping through there. Surprisingly agile airplane, the B-52.

[edit on 27-11-2007 by Tabasco1]

posted on Nov, 28 2007 @ 01:37 AM
reply to post by Tabasco1

Where they were at was quite a ways farther north than the 46. When she called 911 they were transfered to the Firebaugh substation of the County Sheriffs Dept. So they were north of CA 198(the Fesno county/kings county line). I believe they were between manning ave and ca 33.
Either way they were a long ways awy from edwards or the china lake facility. They were about 40 NW of lemoore NAS, and theres just not much flying around out there.
20-25 years ago the airforce did test the f-117 over the valley on several occasions, but they could get away with it then, there are so many people in the vallley,now, that it would be virtually impossible to keep anything secret.
In all my years living here and living a very outdoor related lifestyle, Ive never seen the military do any kind of practice, formation flying, refueling practice, or any other such activity over the san joaquin valley. They go out to the test range to the west over the ocean or out to china lake, they never come over here to do that stuff.
Ive watched night time crop dusting operations on many occasions, by both plane and heli, and that is cetaunly not what is on the tape.
At one point one of the women comments on a red blinking light, I think that maybe if they were looking east, as it appears the the red blinking lights might be one of several radio towers that dot the area. There is stretch of the highway were can see 4 of them at 1 time. The closest being just a mile or two from the highway the farthest being about 25 miles away.
I have had the good fortune of seeing a b1b and a b2 doing low altitude manuevers, on separate trips to the deserts outside of palmdale.
The b2 was very serene to watch as it did a lazy figure 8 out in the desert. The B1B on the other hand came blasting through a canyon at a rather brisk pace and was very "on the edge" so to speak.
The one thing that both encounters had in common was the noise, even though the b2 was several miles away it was still clearly audible, aand the b1b fly over was earth shattering.
Thats the thing that gets me about the video is the lack of noise.
Randsburg is a hoot on the dirt bike.

Lemoore looked virtually deserted over the weekend, I think that they are all deployed overseas.

posted on Nov, 28 2007 @ 06:05 AM
reply to post by Springer
This is what I've been waiting for.Hopefully J.R. can enhance this to the point we can see an outline of whatever this is.Waiting patiently....

posted on Nov, 28 2007 @ 06:50 AM
So has anyone really figured out where the sighting took place?

We have 60 miles north of Bakersfield.
We have a map prepared and posted with it south of Lemoore.
A post stating 40 miles NW of Lemoore. That's 118 miles from of Bakersfield. (Bakersfield to Lemoore = 78 mi.)

[edit on 11/28/2007 by roadgravel]

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