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Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
reply to post by Macrotus
the only problem with your theory is
most people never look up
they constantly look straight ahead or down
how many airplanes do you take notice of on a daily basis?
furthermore, just because nobody else has posted, here, on ATS, doesnt mean nobody else saw it and is talking about it.
every UFO story reaks of hoax to those who don't want to believe
Originally posted by Greeneyedleo
Here's the full data:
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Originally posted by JH80
I think it is possible that the photos were originally taken in daylight and darkened to create the look of night. The object/lights could have been added afterwards, we all know how easy it is in Photoshop.
Here's a slightly better example, one of my own pictures. Would you say that this picture was taken during the day or during the night? It was taken during the day. Things are often not what they seem!