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Waves of UFO sightings over the waters of Lake Erie are earning the great lake a reputation as a UFO hot spot. But the lake's new popularity may have more to do with a string of popular videos on YouTube than sightings of little green men.
"It's a hot spot," declares local ufologist Aaron Clark about the beaches of Lake Erie near Cleveland, Ohio. "Some believe there's a UFO base on the bottom of the lake."
"There's a huge story unfolding here," says Michael Lee Hill, a musician and the person who shot the "merging UFOs" video. "I think they're absolutely sending us a message. I believe they are here to help us become a galactic society."
Hill is responsible for most of the Lake Erie videos on YouTube, and has sold clips to news and documentary shows. His video of "merging UFOs" was shown by FOX News and used by ufologist David Sereda in two documentaries, Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs and From Here to Andromeda. Hill, an accomplished guitarist, also produced the music for Andromeda. He will also appear on an episode of UFO Hunters, which premieres on The History Channel in February.
After Hill posted his "merging UFOs" video to Abovetopsecret.com, a popular paranormal discussion board, the thread took on a skeptical slant. Hill claimed he pointed his camera directly north, toward Canada. But with the help of a flight-tracking map, one skeptic claims Hill's camera is more likely pointing to the west and is probably filming the incoming flight path of two distant planes in an S-shaped landing pattern. AboveTopSecret.com has labeled Hill's video a hoax.
Originally posted by ConspiracyNut23
reply to post by Tuning Spork
JacKatMtn beat you to it by a couple of hours.
Wired magazine re-ignites Lake Erie's rep as UFO hot spot
...The videos have built enough buzz to draw national news attention and will be featured in "UFO Hunters," an episode of the History Channel's "UFO Files" in February. At least one of the videos, which have become a sort of cottage industry, was branded a hoax by AboveTopSecret.com, notes Wired...
Originally posted by Silk
But that embebed link just ran without me clicking - or seeing !
Someone owes me a new keyboard LOL
on topic nice to see ATS in the news !