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Night time UFO's and daytime Black helicoptors

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posted on May, 23 2009 @ 04:43 AM
This footage was taken whilst they were traveling down a main route (obviously)
You'll notice quite a few lights in the area.
The largest of which the cameraman focusses on.. all very interesting, especially the smaller light that comes in and moves around the larger light.

then, according to the posting, the next day he shoots these black choppers circling the very same area..
Just a slight is a bit loud and contains a few 'choice' words that some may have slight concerns about.. best to turn the volume down..not much of interest in what they say anyway...

[edit on 23-5-2009 by Extralien]

posted on May, 23 2009 @ 05:42 AM
reply to post by Extralien
Hiya Extralien, I have a few concerns about the guy that posts these videos. He's a member on ATS following another video of his being discussed. His youtube account is here... At the time Nablator, JackPhotoHobby and a couple of other solid members managed to show that the UFO was a twin prop airplane with (iirc) spotlights on. They came close to identifying the model. It was genuinely exciting as they gradually swapped ideas and the identification came out. The poster didn't appreciate it and left the thread.

On another thread he was asked for details about a very similar video and became a bit 'moody.' He insisted that he'd remove the videos from YT in a fit of pique. I think the member asking questions was Spooky Vince (it was an Iron Maiden style avatar).

Regarding the video, we have a bright light in the sky above a heavily built-up area and busy freeway whilst guys express amazement. We have an apparent date and location. Then we have footage of two helicopters whilst a guy (Mike) expresses amazement.

The light could be, and probably is a helicopter. The 'black' helicopters are certainly helicopters.


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