posted on Sep, 17 2010 @ 11:58 PM
I don't think I've seen this particular footage before here on ATS - so for what it's worth, it seems to be one of the few previously unseen and
"newly released" clips marking this years anniversary. Strange, all this new video surfacing just now makes one wonder.
While I'm not discounting the authenticity of the video itself, there is one thing that stands out to me... the quality of this video is fairly
decent, and the accompanying audio tracks contained are quite bizarre when you take into consideration the context of what was happening that day - to
me, the surrounding ambience and dialogue is just... well, a little strange to say the least. I know that audio is not the question here, but based on
the things that I know, and I work with professionally all the time it's worth a listen at least.
Observations on the audio track:
1. The ambiance sounds like it was recorded in a smaller room, like a bar or restaurant.
2. Lots of background noises, and a sense of business... like a restaurant or bar, but only 2 people talking.
3. Piano playing, which almost makes it sound "live" but it sounds off compared to the rest of the audio.
4. There is a police/rescue siren @ about 45 seconds, that sounds too crisp and clear... almost staged like.
5. Dialogue is limited to 2 people talking, no other voices are heard in proximity. (very strange)
Observations on the video:
1. It's very good in terms of quality, so why was it just now released?
2. It clearly shows "blowout" or explosion effect that pushes someone or something out of the window.
I hate to say it, but something here just does not add up to me.
Was this footage part of the recently released NIST FOIA files by chance?