He includes pictures of these "birds". Every one of the "objects" looks almost exactly the same. I would not expect that of a picture taken of a
flock of birds. All the wing configurations appear to be exactly in the same position. Weird that he didn't see these when taking the picture.
I would have scanned right past these "birds", and on to the next report...but, considering the source, it deserves a second look, right?
If it walks like a duck and flies like a duck, its a duck! As far as pictures of UFOs go these pics are just plain lame. I understand your point about
the objects all looking similar but I have to confess- they look like birds to me!
Yes, they would all have similar wing configurations in a glide, I see your point. Judging by the clarity of the picture, they MUST have been VERY
visible to the naked eye. Either the person was completely clueless, has horrible eyesight...or this is a poor attempt at a hoax, using MUFON's name
for credibility. OR, the story is true, as reported. Strange, if so.
I see the little pretty blue light that can be anything especialy with a digital camera. But this "ufo investigator" states the "sky was empty".
Not that a little blue light showed up in one of my pics of a flock of birds. He clearly is stating the birds are "ufo's". My post still stands -
poor Kentucky lol!
Well in my defense, I didn't read the report. But it looks to obvious to be a real report imho. Proly just more posts by those who either don't want
the truth to come out, or are too ignorant to believe all of the thousands of credible witnesses and video proof.
I'm a MUFON Field Investigator & have found that there are many FIs who are very quick to put the Unknown-UAV tag on alot of cases & think that
everything is a UFO. I looked at these photos just now & read the report her & I am just blown away that anyone could think that these flock of birds
are UFOs! The mind can play tricks on you and if you go into every case thinking that the person saw a UFO, then your results will depict that they
did see a UFO. I go into every case objectively (81 year to date now in PA!) & 8 out of 10 times, it is either a Hoax or a naturally occuring event.
Don't think everything is a UFO and maybe we can become credible once again in the eyes of the public.
Looks like a group of starlings , we get a load of them flying in large to very large groups over here in the UK, sorry to rain (starling) poop on the
OP but he should check the pictures before posting them.
They look like birds , they are birds.
Good grief, that report is almost totally incoherent and full of more spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors than I can count. Just curious,
but do all MUFON reports read that way? I mean, personally when I see something that's presented that way I have a hard time taking it seriously no
matter what the subject matter is. I don't have any position on this particular report because I couldn't get through it (seriously) but am just
wondering if this is typical of these type of reports?
No. Many MUFON reports read like professional accident investigation reports.
In the end, there will always be fringe elements in any group. Furthermore, in this field, and in particular on the 'new and improved ATS' there
will be those ready to jump on a crazy report as a way to insinuate a general pattern.
If you ask me, no they aren't credible witnesses. I consider myself to be credible however, and those are birds heading south for winter.
Mufon is just another UFO group - therefor they benefit from UFO sightings.
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