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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 bakednutz
Lake Erie UFO's? Cool. The article claims there have been 20 crdible sightings. The History channel is also doing a show on this coming in February, I will watch for that. Also, a UFO base at the bottom of lake Erie, that would be pretty cool but it will never be proven, it is just an idea, or a theory? It is nice that they refrenced ATS in the article as well!