Oh really? Well I can fathom which neighbor it might be. Um...perhaps the one that lives near Jeannette Regional Airport. The one who conjured up a
demon in her past and who also shared the back seat in the car with a ghost. That's a reliable source eh?
In so far as I know Alison, through her own words are not so chummy with her neighbors after all:
"As far as neighbors--we all have large chunks of property because we all love our privacy. We're not the "homey", hang out with the neighbors
type. I've lived here 11 years and wave at 'em--that's all. I told the people next to "the woods" and it freaked them out... They "don't want
to know" and hid in their house."
My sources will remain anonymous as well.
Now for all of those people who have never seen the GENERATION III NVG's, Alison's videos do come off as other-worldly, after all, not everyone can
afford this equipment.
And with the promises of "Disclosure" the world is prepped for seeing UFO's, even if these UFO's are nothing more than airplane or choppers it has
already been implanted in the population that UFO's are here even though there is 'no hard core empirical evidence' of these alleged crafts.
The defects of the Generation III NVG's put out by York University have indeed indicated the major artifacts of this equipment as HALOING,
REFLECTIONS, AND SCATTERINGS and skewed viewer perception. If you turn up the gain well that only exacerbates the effects rendering these outlandish
white and green orbs that are massive. Now the person filming this has to know that what they see with a normal camera and what they see with the Gen
III is a humongous difference! Zooming in on a light so far away also renders artifacts.
You would have to be a mental midget not to comprehend the differences in your own camera! So I say GUILTY of knowingly trying to deceive people!
The "ARMY" has recognized this dilemma and sought to have it corrected!
"At night in Iraq, there are combat identification issues when a friendly convoy from one unit meets a friendly convoy from another unit on a road. A
light filtering scheme that enables the drivers of these convoys wearing night vision goggles can help identify a friendly convoy so they don't
inadvertently fire on them."
[edit on 5-6-2010 by KIZZZY]