The footage doesn't appear to be fake, but there is something that bothers me - if it really was a fantastic, unexplainable object why stop filming
after five minutes?
I think it's a remote control plane. The sharp dives and other maneuvers it makes are typical of a RC plane. Just before the 3:00 mark, you can quite
clearly hear a high-pitched buzzing noise, sounds just like a RC plane's little engine.
Perhaps Eric is trying to promote himself? UFOs have been receiving much more attention from the mainstream media recently. Some people may be trying
to jump on the bandwagon in hope of making money.
Although the light configuration is different, this video is similar. The noise sounds almost identical to my ears.
RE:why stop filming after five minutes? - Thats what I thought, you normally get a low battery for an excuse...
What aroused my interest was that Eric Carlsons blog is about fitness, normally you find that fake UFO videos are filmed by UFO enthusiast so I tend
to believe that this was a real event, now this doesn't mean it's ET but you would have thought somebody else had witnessed this...
Originally posted by cluas
hmm on Youtube it is listed under "entertainment"
hmm lol, yes it is.. perhaps it's because it's the most popular category?
My apologies for my rant I only watched the youtube link in the above post. At First look I felt as though it was a setup (his friend flying it while
he videos). On second viewing, I believe he actually doesnt know anything about it and the "r/c airplane sound" we hear is not from the object he is
filming but some sort of device making noise beside him or close-by - A/C unit of some sort?? He states its near an airport. Would you be allowed fly
an r/c object at that time of night. If so I feel it could be an r/c object with a ring of glow tube stuck to the top. Thats my 2 cents
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