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Battleship UFO

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posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 10:00 AM
Too Blurry, to make any real conclusions. But from what I do have I can come to certain ones.

1) Object is on or just above a hillside (Huge red flag)

2) Object NEVER moves (Enourmous Red Flag)

3) Looks like fire, and the outline of ship gray smoke in black night, "illuminated" haha, by the fires (Funny red Flag(later I'll expain why this is on the list).)

4) 2 minutes of Horrible shaky camera work, during a 6 hour encounter????
(Ludicrous Red Flag).

Points FOR this being a UFO:

1) I can't say exactly with 100% certainty what it is, but I believe I can within 80% certainy. (greenish yellow flag)

As far as that light on the right as he's talking about it about to "illuminate", about 20 seconds prior to this you can see it flash up, and the fire begin. Only till about 20 seconds later when he says "There it is, see it?" Thats when it really catches some oxygen and flames up and becomes very bright. But who knows maybe UFO's need a little power up time before their lights flicker on.

Actually I can criticize this guy for his poor shaky camera work but if it wasn't for his zoom in, you can't really tell it's a fire. When he does zoom in it's pretty clear imo.

Also notice how the commentator keeps saying it didnt look aerodynamic. Yea, 4 fires on a hillside usually aren't aerodynamic.

I'm tossing this one into the Identified pile, that's just my opinion.

Also yes I've looked at every link this and the other thread have to offer, and they only suppourt my theory, and many other theories.

As far as fires burning for 6 hours without going out of control...

I believe the 6 hours is a bit of an exagerration(sp?) was probably more like 3 or 4. But me and my friend used to go in the forests, and clear out areas, and build Bonfires, and stoke them, and add/branches, logs ect, and could keep one going for4-6 hour while we parties out in the cold. I don't see it being impossible for 3 or 4 teams of five guys to stage these controlled bonfires.

Again into the identified pile with this.

Show me some movement at least, sheesh. They couldnt because after a time the fires slowly went out into a small smoldering flicker. Not very good film for a UFO sighting.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 10:58 AM
Sorry guys, the minute I heard Alex Jones voice I had to close the browser. AJ is about as credible as Dick Cheney.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 10:58 AM
After a bit of mulling over, I'm thinking that after the first hour, more than one person would have pulled out a camera, called the news, or something, much less a phenomenon such as this continuing another 5 hours unchecked by anyone, including the person filming it for these odd few minutes.

Doesn't seem right. May actually be a battleship, that's not my call, but this video was not the proof I needed.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 11:21 AM

Originally posted by Diplomat
A "battleship sized UFO" hovered over a city for 6 HOURS and this is the only video we have? If I was standing there recording that footage I would be SPRINTING towards the object as fast as I possibly could so that I could get a better shot. Hell, why not try to get right underneath the thing?

Let's be real here people. If an Alien spaceship hovers above a city for 6 STRAIGHT HOURS, we will know about it!

All good points! Everyone and their mom have videocameras, camera phones and what not these days. Can you imagine for even a second that most people would look in the sky and yawn, and say "oh, another one, one of these giant galactic battleships... hey, what do you say, wendys or mickey d?"

Six hours is enough time to drive from Manhattan to Richmond VA. In case of giant alien ships hovering above your town, it should be enough to
(a) get decent pics instead of the grainy blur, from hundreds of vantage points
(b) optionally, get your paintball gear out and put some graffity on that ship. "I love Jessica" or something.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 12:25 PM
Just for those that aren't entirely convinced that this video is a fire, here's a link briefly detailing a large brush fire in the Harquahala Mountains, to the west of Wickenburg, near Phoenix. This fire occurred on the same night the video was filmed. In my opinion the size, and distance of the fire from Phoenix, looks to be consistent with the video.

Although the guy that took the film doesn't specify where exactly he was in relation to Phoenix, I can't help but think its more than a coincidence.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 03:36 PM
reply to post by buddhasystem

No one took decent footage of pictures because they could see that it was just a fire. (6 hours? If it was a UFO, that must be some sort of record).

See the post above, that guy has a point.

posted on Nov, 27 2007 @ 11:28 PM

I think if you had a HI RES Digital Camera, and if you saw a UFO and it was legit. You still would have people claiming it was a hoax or shouting fake.

As for me, I think this it's real considering John Lenard Walson recent uploaded videos of F.A.S.T.

This is just my opinion.

posted on Aug, 15 2010 @ 12:01 PM
The fire might have been cold fire.

See similar topic.

with Battleship UFO reference under blurry problem.

[edit on 8/15/2010 by TeslaandLyne]

posted on Aug, 15 2010 @ 02:56 PM
Link in OP no longer works and since this was bumped over two years after last post, it is now closed.

[edit on August 15th 2010 by greeneyedleo]

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