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Staging a UFO

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posted on Dec, 27 2009 @ 07:48 PM

Originally posted by weedev
Its a simple question!

How easy is it to stage a UFO?

Maybe I elaborated...

Best way is to use Balloons tied together with fishing line and use a button cell with several LEDs of slightly different color so as they face different directions it appears as if the point is changing color. Larger balloons can be used to form a triangle to look like a single craft, smaller balloons do good to make up many small craft flying together.

After you release your hoax you should call the police and have them look at it, report to sites like Mufon, call your friends and tell them to check it out. In the end it's like viral videos on the internet, some take off, others fizzle out.

posted on Dec, 27 2009 @ 07:49 PM
I think there is a bit of confusion due to HOW you asked your question.
You are asking a question that involves 2 seperate topics.

Many reasons for debunkers...
a. NON believers. There HAS to be a logical explanation, so they give their interpritation.
b. Paid Debunkers, to cover up Black ops, Top Secret Military aircraft, ect.
c. most genuine UFO sightings are debunked by people who refuse to study the facts about UFOs.
d. They think that General Population can not handle the truth, there would be mass hysteria or they might "loose control" over Society.

Heres a good read:

a. To see if they can pull it off and "fool" the mass's
b. Just because they can.....
c. To show how EASY it is to miss ID an object.

April 2nd, 2009
Morristown UFO? Hoaxers Tell Their Story
The article provides links to videos of how they created the hoax, and provides all the extensive media reaction. Most of the media includes quotes from "experts" including a pilot who saw UFO lights. But the two "hoaxers" call into question the validity of so-called UFO investigators and shows like the History Channel's UFO Hunters, as well as eye-witness accounts even from so-called experts

Hope this helps somewhat.......

Edit to to put in Correct URL for hoaxer story... oops.. sorry!

[edit on 27-12-2009 by Robbi]

posted on Dec, 27 2009 @ 07:52 PM
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Yes and Yes!


posted on Dec, 27 2009 @ 08:34 PM
There are many ways to perpetrate a hoax. Often a UFO hoax involves some form of photographic trickery, e.g., photoshopping or other computer aided image generation. The use of physical models for photographic hoax is probably the simplest method, and one of the most difficult to disprove. UFO hoaxes can also take the form of staged mass-sightings, false testimony, forged official-looking documents, and rumors.

What motivates people to debunk UFO hoaxes varies. Probably the most obvious motivations are an interest in truth and a disdain for misinformation. UFOlogy invites debunkery because there are a lot of fakes, and charlatans that infiltrate the field.

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