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This is the original from July 2000. This "phenomenon" was watched for 20 minutes before the call for the camera went out. A slow moving thunderhead sitting above Baltimore seen from 8 or 10 miles south became a head scratcher. The odd changes occur at :20, :31, :37, :58, and 1:26 When the filming came back to the thundercloud it was focused on the left and wrong part of the cloud. You can see the weird thing happen again (@2:13 or so) as it was panned into the left side when it was in the middle right section. Any thoughts? Whatever it was it seemed VERY large, changing every 15 to 20 seconds.
Originally posted by kbriggss
When I watch videos like this I always feel like a sucker. It looks like the light anomaly's are just from camera distortion and pix elation. What is it you think is there? Just curious since you took the time.
Originally posted by zosocoda
reply to post by OzWeatherman
Doesn't look like either on of the samples that you gave.
To be honest, I kinda gave me the "willies".
You just might have something here.
It looks like a spot light of some sort Or a rotating light, just a really creepy feeling with this one...