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Originally posted by Xwino
I have just viewed the entire "Video" in question. The Denver channel screen shot is in fact taken from the original film footage. The video of the alleged aliens is a cameo role and plays a small part in the whole sequence of events. The expert opinions on the HARD evidence,the implant, the security camera footage, The blistered siding on the house. The ball of light about the size of a soft ball that comes down along the roof and lights up the roof as it passes. This orb is filmed several times both in and out of his home.
The vid capture does not do justice to the entire segment. Prior to the alien head presenting itself there are two VERY BRIGHT flashes of light coming into the window from an obvious external source which was captured on an external security camera coming from above the house. They simply light up the ENTIRE bedroom.
There are two alleged aliens on tape. One from the screen shot and the other in the kitchen. They do not look similar. In fact they look quite different. In the bedroom shot there is quite a bit of head movement and blinking as well as reflection off of the eye. Although it appears, rather slowly, it moves DOWN below the window sill rather quickly as if perhaps 'it' knows it has been seen. The vid of the alleged alien, outside the kitchen sliding glass door is without a doubt 'physical in nature' A solid structure.You see the head,shoulder and part of the arm.'It' also blinks with what looks like an inner eye lid, coming down from a position between the skull and the actual eye. This one looks tradition gray. The alleged bedroom aliens head is shaped differently and the eyes are much less slanted.
I don't know why anyone would have a problem with this Stan fellow. He seems VERY sincere, emotional and frightened during the taking of the actual footage as well as the off camera interview. The preponderance of evidence doesn't have much to do with the two short clips of the alleged aliens but the testimony of people called on to examine the hard physical evidence. IMHO one could exclude the alleged aliens and it would still be worth looking at. I have great sympathy for this fellow, He seems to have suffered a lot. As for this Pressman character, he is not the producer, ........ well, he is an opportunist by anyones definition.
I don't know what else to say other then I was damn impressed. I do not know Stan but if there is a buck to be had, he deserves every bloody dime, if for no other reason then pain and suffering.
11 News got a chance to view that video on Friday, they wouldn't let us film the video because they still aren't sure if it's real and it’s part of a documentary that will be released sometime later this year. But many experts are calling it authentic and one of a kind.
About 50 journalists attended the screening, including about 20 TV cameras, according to the Denver Post. Originally, Peckman said that members of the media would be required to sign waviers in which they agreed to stop rolling tape during the scene featuring the purported alien. A producer from ABC News' Denver affiliate KMGH said that Peckman buckled under pressure from skeptics and distributed a still of the supposed extraterrestrial.
The footage was originally protected because it is part of a documentary under production by Stan Romanek, another UFO believer.
Originally posted by Luminaught
The above link goes to the still shot on the Denver News Channel.
It is a different You Tube phoney from the one I mentioned last night/this AM, BUT while I was searching for the very clear "alien" video last eve so I could let folks here see it, I DID see the entire video this shot is taken from, and I didn't even consider the footage worthy of mention.
By Daniel J. Chacon, Rocky Mountain News
Denver man Thursday night spent five hours and $90 creating a hoax video of a space-alien-looking creature peering through a window (click here to watch HOAX).
Bonner says his group normally ignores the claims of UFO buffs, but when he realized that Jeff Peckman was asking for taxpayer dollars to form a commission, he figured he should do something.
So, Bonner got together five members of the society Thursday night.
"We started production about 8 p.m.," he said.
"We rented ourselves a 4-foot-tall foam latex alien" from a costume shop, said Bonner, who saw the Romanek video six months ago.
"They started rolling the video and moving the puppet up, down, around and sideways.
They sent the video from the camera straight into a computer, and one of the computer geeks used 3-D animation graphics to make the puppet's eyes seem to move, he said. "We gave him a couple little blinks."
"What they're claiming would take thousands of dollars and a lot of time ... we pulled the whole thing off for $90 and in five or six hours," he said.
Originally posted by Xwino
I have just viewed the entire "Video" in question.