Oh my god that was incredibly funny that alien would have had to jump about 600 meters. This is the problem with ever proving aliens exist. Everytime
people spread this kinda stuff on the internet it make it harder to even discuss valid cases.
here is another version i found. it looks like someone is filming the same footage on a tv screen and you don't see the nightvision green color in
this clip. i am a little confused on the ufo part now, could it be a reflection on the tv from the video camera light ? i have no clue at this
The anchorman explains how the object goes behind the tree and stuff like that and how it dissapears really fast, then lol he starts speaking about
the entity, right when the guy focuses on the ground, the anchor says that we can hear the entity's step sound (dont know what u call it).. then he
goes on and says that the recorder goes around the entity and how the entity keeps looking at the dude and that the ET gets in some kind of state of
alert, then this person decides to walk towards the alien and right when he does it, the alien jumps and that u can still see it far away when it's
After that he starts describing the alien, saying it has long legs and when he turns, he says that you can see something on his back but he doesnt
know what it is.. Anyway he thinks the video is real and and he hopes to get more info about it. He says that there is no reason of thinking of it as
fake, cuz nobody has ever asked anything for it and that they are the only show who has the video etc..
it was in the entertainment section and there is no doubt now that it is a cgi creation.
i wonder how Maussan got a hold of it ?...oh well it doesn't matter now since we know the truth. i changed the title of this thread to indicate this
is not real...so there is no need for anyone to reply to this thread anymore..... let it die people
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