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Originally posted by whyshouldI trustyou2619
I came across this and thought I'd ask if anyone knows anything about it. Looks real,
but who knows anymore?
This is the information about this video at your request. First of all the video is a FAKE.
This footage created by graphic designer Lucas Hinzmann from Argentina, the UFO is
a CGI animation. The hoax was revealed after the video was uploaded on Youtube and
caused stir in a local tv station, it was Lucas Hinzman himself who made the revelation
after a big dispute with another guy named Ariel Arute aka arucordoba who claimed
he was the real videographer and the UFO was real, Lucas argued Ariel Arute was lying
just to be famous and presented how, when and with whom the footage was created.
According to Lucas Hinzmann he and several friends created the video and made the
farse for a project they were going to present in the Faculty where they were studying.
They thought it would be a good idea to make a UFO footage just like those fake videos
of the recent viral campaigns on the Internet. They choose the place (Las Rosas) and
made the acting the most convincing they could like an ocasional incident. Once the
video was recorded by Lucas Hinzmann who used his own videocamera Lucas made the
CGI UFO with 3d max.
But Lucas couldn't resist the temptation and uploaded the video to YouTube just for
fun, the results were expected and the video caused stir in the Internet but mostly in
their own place in Argentina where the television station started a serach to find the
witnesses involved in this incident. When the boys realized this was out of control they
decided not to talk to anyone and to hide in their anonymity.
Since the alleged UFO witnesses were missing and the tv station was increasing the
search making inquiries all around this guy named Ariel Arute aka arucordoba saw the
opportunity to be famous and presented himself to the tv station claiming he was the
actual videographer of the footage but didn't want to reveal the identity of the other
friends claiming he was protecting them. Lucas Hinzman got very upset when he
watched the tv show with his video and the false videographer Ariel Arute so he
decided to publish the whole truth about the footage with details and names, this
resulted in a big scandal on television.
Lucas Hinzmann made the revelation on the Internet with this words: arucordoba stole
my video, I was on tv, see to not believe. I made the 3d video of the UFO so don't steal
my work!! I'm the only creator of this, if anyone wants to see it just search for Lucas
Hinzmann in the Facebook.
At this time the video uploaded to YouTube by Lucas Hinzmann was copied and
uploaded to many places on the Internet. This mess forced the tv station to make an
update presenting the new revelations confirming the video was a fake. This was the
end of the story.
And now meet Lucas Hinzmann, graphic designer and CGI creator from Argentina.
Meet Ariel Arute aka arucordoba who made Lucas to reveal the truth.
The original video uploaded to Youtube by Lucas Hinzmann on November 9, 2009
The TV show in Argentina discussing the footage of the alleged UFO over Las Rosas
Finally the original webpage where the whole story was discussed revealing the fake
mentioning names, how and where including replies from the involved and the videos.
The name of the tv show is Los Expedientes Secretos (The XFiles) with host Lagarto
NOTE: Unfortunately the webpage is in spanish, I made some translations in my report
but the information is all there. Click on the following link.
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