posted on Aug, 16 2012 @ 01:48 AM
I read about this case in a book, and I personally feel that it's overhyped. On the other hand, maybe I'm missing something here.
This might be a strange case, but why does it require an extraterrestrial vehicle to be part of it? What if: Some criminals were doing some illegal
activity at night, which involved bright lights and hammers, when a police car shows up. The criminals want to scare people away from what they're
doing, so they shine a bright flashlight at the car. The policeman slams on the brakes (which is what MY natural reaction would be), skids, then hits
his head against the steering wheel. The bad guys find out that he's still alive but unconscious. Then one of them decides to do some selective
vandalism with a sledgehammer and bending antennas, etc., like mentioned in the video. They pack up and leave.
In the book I read, it said that there was no evidence of any excessive heat involved, and nothing in this scenario contradicts anything in this
thread's video. (The force acting on the inside of the windshield could just be the windshield popping back into its natural shape after a hammer
Like I said, maybe there's something about this case that I don't know. If there is, please illuminate me.