Originally posted by m0r1arty
I appreciate they're trying to get their Ning network up and out there and good on them for doing so. But the videos don't work (On Google Chrome
from Thailand ) and the site is a big clunky too.
If they can upload them to anywhere else (Or change to Wordpress for their CMS; it's free!) then I'll happily look over the vids. I'm from Scotland
so combining the 2 works wonders for me
I've never heard of Ning myself. It is a link from this site
Cheers for the compliments on my international suave skillz :p .
It's an interesting video fair enough, I found it on YouTube from it's original uploader: 0garry555
Here it is:
I'm not sure if it's the degradation that YouTube applies to limit film size but I thought I could see what could be wing flaps coming from the 2
objects on a few occasions. They don't fly about like Scottish birds do at night - especially in Winter, they stay up for a long time and keep
together - perhaps a higher quality raw data could help clear up or eliminate this hypothesis.
I was very critical at 0:45 when the camera has the son walk in front of it (I was thinking an obvious wipe) but the rest of the 7 minutes of footage
proves that they are just a father and son out looking for foos and the footage is a lengthy unbroken clip.
All in all a decent enough clip and worth further scrutiny especially considering this is claimed to have occurred on the 16th of December 2009. A
nice clear sky too which helps you keep track of their position relative to the stars.
0garry555 does appear to be an avid UFO hunter and has more than a few uploads in his collection
which always reeks a bit of suspicious to me (It's my problem, not his) but I'm S+F this find and would recommend the YouTube clip or first time
It's late here, but perhaps Garry will upload the RAW footage for us to look at without the YouTube Distortions. Cheers for the upload!
Woah. I assume that the idea that these could be some form of high altitude aircraft on shakedown has already been thought of ? Im not saying thats
what I think it is, but I would hate to get all interested and then find out its the latest Eurofighter pilot having a night flight for the hell of it
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