posted on May, 20 2008 @ 12:53 PM
Originally posted by garyo1954
reply to post by Jimmy_of_wprt
The Stephenville site does say:
At the time of filming, Coran lived near Clark Field, the local airport. It is not clear as to the date of filming due to Coran filming on two
consecutive nights, which were January 19 and 20.
Is the clip you are referring to the FULL version?
Yes it is the full version. I guess the weird thing is this.
On the site it says :
By ANGELIA JOINER
Staff Writer – Empire-Tribune
David Caron, 19-year Stephenville resident, said it was his seven-year-old grandson, Jeremiah that first alerted him to “funny lightening in the
“That was on Friday evening Jan. 18,” Caron said. “I went out and saw the skies were clear, you know, he’s just a kid. I didn’t think that
much about it.”
It wasn’t until the next night, Saturday, Jan. 19 that Caron realized exactly why his grandson made the comment and what he meant when he said,
“Papa come look. There’s funny lightening in the sky.”
Shortly before 9 p.m., Caron said he saw something that caught his eye when looking in the direction of Selden or towards the southeast horizon.
“I knew it wasn’t a star,” Caron said. “I ran in the house to get the camcorder.” That night and the next is when Caron captured video that
has now been shown on television news programs. He shot the video with a JVC 32X Optical Hyper Zoom camera that he purchased from a rent to own store
a few months ago.
But it dosent say anything about the 15th or why he was recording on the 15th. He was clearly video taping the night sky at 12am on the 15th.
Your right the audio did skip out on the date and time switch, but I suppose the question is, why didnt anyone bring up the date of the 15th and ask
what the deal was.