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I had done a lot of research on the Helfin photos and pretty much concluded they were likely fakes before i ever read that article, so I did do independent research on that case in particular. The contrast is all wrong for a distant object like he claims it is.
My friend, this report is co-authored by the owner of the photos so I definitely do discount the report as biased, though I did read the report and found it interesting, if unconvincing. Studying that report was part of my research.
Originally posted by FireMoon
Fair enough and your prerogative to dismiss the latest computer analysis of the Heflin photos which say exactly the opposite
Originally posted by heineken
Originally posted by BadBoYeed
I still think that the clunky saucers of the past were american/german. thats why we don't see them anymore
just my opinion
listen..are you sure you know what your saying....how do you think it was ever possible for americans or germans to fly such shaped flying machine with their technology way back ww2 era...do you have an idea how much computer power is needed to keep a modern aircraft in the air ???...so basically if this was a nazi secret experiment for me its a stunner...so first we shall get clear the most critical point of all..is this picture true or false (referring to the first one posted by OP) than..what technolog was used??..i lean more towards hoax though
Originally posted by anubisone
source unknown, taken 1964, United States
Originally posted by ufoeyes
This another oldie from Norway, taken sometime in the beginning of the 1970s. Almost nothing is known about this photo, which was recently uncovered by the Norwegian UFO organization UFO Norge. I've written about it here (disclaimer: my own site, has ads.)
Rex had little or no interest in UFOs at the time and continued to think that the object he'd photographed was an experimental craft from El Toro Marine Base. Within a few weeks, however, many people had become interested in the photos, and some of Heflin's relatives gave the first three photos, which Heflin had lent them, to the SANTA ANA REGISTER, a prominent newspaper in Orange County
According to Heflin's superior Herm Kimmel, the sudden cutoff was akin to "button-release," except that there was no so-called blip, a sound occurring when the button was released normally.