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Originally posted by Karilla
I'm not sure that the lights on the horizon during what looks to be twilight are the same object at all. Why would any craft, wherever it came from, show highly visible lights during daylight and then none during darkness?
It looks to me like two vessels about 5 miles offshore, both engaged in underwater operations. Each vessel would be showing 4 all round red lights, one white and two green. The white and green lights would be slightly less visible at that time of day than the red, or they could be obstructing one anothers lights somewhat. It definitely looks like something I'd associate with shipping though, and would not give such a series of lights on the horizon more than a cursory glance, unless we were on a reciprocal course so there was risk of collision.
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by CHRLZ
Seeing what's on and near the beach will be handy though, ideally a panoramic of the coast line, east to west would really give us an idea as to what's out there.
My original theory (and still in my mind the best) is he filmed something that is fixed, like a building.
Perhaps even on the island across the way.
A full pan of the coast will tell us what's there and what's not there.
Originally posted by CHRLZ
Alfafox, it is an absolute DELIGHT to see you here.
I regard your work on the Mexican Air Force FLIR footage as a benchmark in 'debunking'!!! Your analysis was simply a work of art, and I use your website often as a pointer on how to properly investigate claims such as these. I haven't looked at what you may have done regarding this one, but I will, and I do hope you stick around - your input would be greatly appreciated...
Originally posted by Manolete
Alfafox, that is a useful website you posted.
I like your hypothesis the most of any here, because in my mind the bottom of those 'ufos' in the video do not look right. They do not follow the geometry of a circular UFO at all, and instead suggest an object vanishing over the horizon, not hovering above the sea.
As you pointed out, the video is underexposed. Even with better exposure I think we could be looking at a massively distorted ship's bridge or structure. Ghosty lit and strangely distorted I can see why the camera man would be so confused by the image. If nothing else he captured an amazing illusion on film, but to jump straight to the UFO theory is a bit foolish imho.
Now wait for the skeptics to say "but it does not look like any of the ship's bridges on your website therefore..."