posted on Dec, 20 2008 @ 03:46 PM
Originally posted by Poet Of Deception
I have seen many videos like this and trust me its a fake!
You have to explain why it is, as I do not know you nor your experience in video analysis or CGI effects.
Sorry but that is not good enough.
The car on the right hand lane doesn't break a little bit or swerve into the next lane to avoid it!
This again is not proof of a fake.
You do know that many people hit deer and other animals on the road. They hit them head on, and without having "swerved" because they are taken by
surprise by the animal in questions sudden appearance. Most people aren't looking for animals on the roads and highways, they are looking for other
motorists. Just ride the highways for a little while and you can see that not everyone swerves to avoid animals. The highways (especially in the more
rural areas) are peppered with roadkill. This could be due to poor attention being given while driving (cellphones, conversations) or simply not
having quick enough reaction timing.
People also hit other cars head on as well. They are bit more visually obvious I would assume than a deer but nevertheless this happens.
If every drivers first instinct when encountering an unexpected animal while driving is to swerve and avoid it how do you account for people hitting
these animals head on, and like a friend of mine...ending up with a pissed-off bloody wild turkey thrashing about in your front seat?
The creature itself if you look closely has a glowing effect on it, which can be targetted with software!
I do not see a glowing effect.
The only glow is when it is briefly in the headlights.
I do not claim this video to be authentic, certainly there is a high possibility of this being fake, but no one has proven this yet. It doesn't look
like any animal I have ever seen, nor does it scream "CGI" but again it could very well be. I just don't think it is as obvious as you claim.