posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 08:56 AM
PLEASE READ THIS OP BEFORE YOU POST A REPLY!
I initially posted the links in the 14 October thread (page 169), but I am sure they'll get buried with that thread moving as quickly as it is. Here
is a copy/paste of the original posting:
"For those who didn't read my post earlier, here it is:
Was anyone by chance watching BBC World News on BBC America around 25 minutes ago? I was watching an interview with a man whose back was to a window
in London, and I swear I saw two large silver objects speed past the window, in front what appears to be a city center. They were moving so quickly
that they were only a flash. I have DVR, so I recorded it and re-watched it several times. I don't know what they were. I've never seen any aircraft
travel that quickly. A few minutes later, another smaller, slower object flew past in the same general area. I don't have a disc burner for DVDs, so
I have no way of capturing it from my DVR and transferring it to my computer. I am going to get my digital camera later this morning (it is at a
separate property) and see if I can somehow videotape the TV screen. I don't know if it'll work, but I'll try.
Anyone else see this? I know I've been a bit snarky about the 14 October fiasco, and I'm not prepared to suggest a connection between this and
Blossom Goodchild's prediction, but I will say that this significantly out of the ordinary.
I apologize for the delay. I had to drive out and get the camera, video tape the screen and upload the videos to YouTube. Here are the links. The
first two links are to two different captures of the same incident. The third link is to a separate incident filmed approx. 3 minutes later. In both
incidents, the objects move from the upper left area of the screen to the lower right area. In the first two captures, the objects are obvious. In the
third capture (the second incident) it is significantly harder to spot. It is still visible but much smaller or further from the window and moving
slower. Here are the three links.
Now, does anyone have any idea what these might be? If any of you in the London area have seen something similar or can provide a mundane explanation,
please do reply here. The upper left of the screen said that the video was "LIVE London - 12:35 Local Time" (12:38 local time for the second
[edit on 14/10/08 by paperplanes]