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Originally posted by VonDutch
why is the sighting filmed from the beginning ? would normal people not observe it for a while, and then realizing it should be filmed after the initial suprise moment, what of course would not be recorded, since that stage is passed. strange hey!
Originally posted by Flux8
Nice catch! Personally I've seen V/boomarang ships (one directly over my head and quite detailed) so don't take me as a doubting Thomas but...
I remember a couple of years back the local news helicopter caught something much like this flying through the night sky in the distance. Looked like a sparkling flying saucer. Phage came out of the woodworks and through his brief searching found it was actually an advertising plane flying in the distance. The pilot does this to attract people's attention, which displays the actual advert underneath the plane like a marque. Talk about a deflating moment, but he was absolutely right. Perhaps, this is the same thing/idea?
Based on the ships that I've seen there weren't any flashing points of light, just solid glowing illumination. Once, my wife saw a hazy light flicker, then zig-zag a few times and shot off into the night sky, but it wasn't anything like blinking 'Christmas' like lights. I guess I am being a doubting Thomas afterall. Sorry. Hope I'm horribly mistaken!!
Originally posted by Acidtastic
I do love the obligatory "it's blurry so it's fake" comments. Most people don't have professional cameras which cost thousands of squids. Alot of people, I'd say a rather high percentage, are filming these things on the camera on their phone. And if you've ever tried to do that, you know how utterly made of fail it can be. And if you see something like that when you're out and about, you're going for the phone, and clicking open that shutter. To slate it because of quality is utter tosh. You get what you're given, and you analise it. If it's good footage, which, IMO, this is.