A UFO captured from the window of a Blue Panorama flight from Rome to Paris, on april the 29th, 2006
That flight NEVER took place, at least in according to what
told me the manager of public relations of BLUE PANORAMA AIRLINES,
Mr. Gianni Todini. At the time, the only European destination of BLUE PANORAMA AIRLINES flights was Athens.
Since the story is fake, the video IS a hoax: as i've said in another thread, the idea that someone posts a genuine UFO video with a fake story is
insane to say the least, but this is just my opinion.
The author of the video has also declined several invitations to join us in order to discuss it;
another italian CGI artist, LotharArtist, recently has posted this video in response:
In their language, this response means: "You could have made it much better"
I can hear what appears to be the humm of the plane which leads me to believe there is a sound track on this video yet I don't hear any excitement
going on. This makes me suspicious....Something stinks here.
It looks very real, the only thing that made me suspisious was the sound; would not the sound change between the two clips in the film, in
contradiction the sound seems to be continous over the clips as if the sound was edited in afterwards.
The reason this at first seems genuine is the presence of the plane window between the camera and the action outside. This seems very difficult to
fake, but it's not. I'll do a few tests and post the results when I get them.
To me it stands out as fake right away, it just doesnt feel right. The aeroplane wing looks too small, the window seems to be moving, no one is saying
a word, all you can hear is the "engine", and if there really was a UFO there, you can GUARANTEE that pretty much everyone would be talking, they
certainly wouldnt be sitting silence. So for me, an obvious fake and not a very good one either.
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