Well, this is probably just some technical glitch, but there is something odd in the raw video footage of the Associated Press that can be seen on
If you go to 1:14 you will see a strange space snake shaped object appear to cross the screen. At first I thought is was just a video editing bench
piece of dust or some other image imperfection, until I realized that we are no longer in the days of emulsion film but in the high tech digital era.
Even news media video editing benches are now fully digital and immune to such types of artifacts. So it can be deemed plausible that there was indeed
something in the sky.
Is it a weather balloon, a tether, or some sort of lost kite floating about? We're quite a long ways from Chinese New Year so I doubt it is a
residual float soaring above the city.
I know this is just a wild call, but what the heck, sometimes the least likely details are those most revealing. Plus, that flyover sure looks fishy
to me, making one wonder if there wasn't an alien hand behind both the WTC and this ?
More likely however, is that it is a second fighter jet seem further in the distance and on another trajectory, that looks like it is flying backwards
given its different vectoring.
Thanks guys for changing this into an Identified Flying Object sighting.
So it wasn't Aliens stopping Obama from landing in New York but actually the Pentagon keeping him from doing his job? So much for the Alien
intervention theory. At least they didn't dare shoot him out of the sky above Manhattan, or did they know that Air Force One's integrated defense
systems could protect it?
There is one passage in these clips where the combat fighter jet seems to be clustering up to the presidential plane in a menacing way far too close
for comfort. Somebody's got some explaining to do, because I'm wondering who actually was there officially filming this "photo opportunity" and
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