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New UFOs in Utah 2/6/11

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posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 05:05 PM
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I found this on Coast to Coast AM's website. I did a search but all I saw was those flare-like videos. Has this been debunked?

Here is the picture. If it doesn't in-bed with the scroll sidewise option can someone please tell me how:



2/6/2011-- Was outside for a smoke break and watching my kids play in the back yard (in Box Elder County, Utah). I was taking some pictures of my kids to send to their grandparents who live in Latin America. In the corner of my eye I noticed something move in the tree next to my home. I realized that it was some kind of aircraft or a UFO like object. I noticed there were a total of four as I looked through the branches of the tree. They were moving slowly.. much too slowly to stay in the air it seemed. So I pointed my camera at them and took a picture, not more than a couple seconds later they took off like a bat out of hell, out of my view towards the clouds over the mountains. I don't know what they were, never seen them before.

I would like to know if these aircraft are ours or some alien ship. They didn't seem to have wings, just a solid triangle with reddish lights on the corners and white area in the middle that pulsated with a real light blue hue. I didn't hear any noise at all. Completely silent.


Another link: link.
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posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 05:15 PM
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FourAuroras in formation?
ya gotta be kidding...if these dont get debunked by the keen eyed members this is a gret pictre......
Whats with all the vehicles flying around with those huge bottom light configurations?
They seem to be part of the propulsion but they dont seem to some as sets or anything....
why three white and aa red in the middle?
Then theres these with just one humungous light in the bottom....
They suurely are flying triangles though amazing if true.....!



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 05:18 PM
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I would like to see the pictures enlarged. Pretty awesome experience.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 05:20 PM
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I think we have a huge triangle shaped craft. There is a lot of anecdotal evidence. Before the F117 and B1 bomber were revealed there were a lot of photos of them labeled as UFOs.

This photo looks pretty good, I have to admit. It is not the useual low-quality blobs in the night. I would love to hear what all the ATS experts have to say. This is a high quality original I think.

Here is the link to the original: link.



posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 05:21 PM
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Hmm.. everything in the image is sharp except for the UFO! Even the mountains in the background...

Edit: I'm gonna come out and say it, Hoax imo..
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Edit 2: No pro, but turned brightness down and contrast up, certainly looks photoshopped, it's too smooth compared to the rest of the photo!
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posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 05:40 PM
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You did indeed. And I even saw it. This flu is messing with my head.

All exif data has been stripped from the images.
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posted on Feb, 9 2011 @ 05:42 PM
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I put that link in the bottom of the OP. I am not sure if those others are from the same incident or by the same people. I don't think they are.



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 09:48 AM
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Originally posted by arollingstone
Hmm.. everything in the image is sharp except for the UFO! Even the mountains in the background...

Edit: I'm gonna come out and say it, Hoax imo..
edit on 9-2-2011 by arollingstone because: Edit text


Edit 2: No pro, but turned brightness down and contrast up, certainly looks photoshopped, it's too smooth compared to the rest of the photo!
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Is this the only debuker going to weigh in? Where is everyone?

I agree the Triangle looks different.


Other than hoax, could this be due to some technology? I've heard of some you can't even see at certain angles. Could it be exhaust? Also depending on the exposure settings a moving object can appear out of focus due to camera settings. There's a lot that's not been covered.

A lot of the f117/b1 photos that turned out to be true were out of focus and seemed weird. So I'm not so quick to throw this one out. Especially considering there are many NASA models of new craft with similar shape.


See this article: link


ETA... This county is conceivably in a line for a landing at area 51 which is a known test area...



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posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 04:42 PM
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Too be honest, I don't understand why no one ever manages to get a decent quality picture or video of a UFO - it doesn't make sense that it would be the only object in the photo to look as if it's manually been blurred unless it's been manipulated/edited or cropped off another photo. I can zoom it in and post what I mean if you want, but I'm pretty sure everyone is able to zoom in using basic software.



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 04:54 PM
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The pic shows four objects if you look, the other three are behind the tree branches.
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posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 06:14 PM
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And yet every single one is slightly blurred/softer than the rest of the image!



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 06:27 PM
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Thanks for pointing out there were four objects, I didn't even notice.

That was more fun then trying to find the Playboy logo on the cover of every issue. Well, almost.



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 06:34 PM
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The triangle in the upper right part of the formation is photoshopped very poorly. They didn't mask out the branches very well and actually over wrote the branch in the foreground.

Beyond that, they didn't even use the right "blur" filter on the craft. They obviously applied a Gaussian blur to the triangle to hide the fact that it was a CGI object, but what they should have done is applied a motion blur to give it the appearance that it's moving. The way it is now it just looks like it's out of focus, which doesn't match the focal length characteristics of the rest of the photo.

That being said, it's better than a lot of the crappy photos C2C posts on their site.



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 06:36 PM
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For those who don't know what he's talking about I put a number under each UFO. If you notice the original text she says they are in there too




posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 06:39 PM
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I say they look fake why wouldn't you move so the branches would no longer in the picture? They both look faded and blurred when compared to the rest of the picture. Also the 4 "UFOs" seem to be the same image relicated.
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posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 07:07 PM
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I won't pretend to know what Im talking about.. like some .

I can't say if the photos are genuine or not (neither can any of you, stop pretending).

But I can say that they look just like the huge triangle I saw with my father and my brother when I was around 13-14 years old. (1993-1994).

A big white light in the center, and a red light on each 'point'.

This thing was "just there", as we were chopping wood.
My dad pointed behind us and said, "guys look!"..
So we turned around, and there sat this huge craft.
We had enough time to look at it (sitting still) for 3-4 seconds, and then it just took off soo fast that after 1-2 seconds, we could not see it anymore.

But we all looked at it long enough to agree that it was indeed a big black triangle shape, with a larger white light in the very center,, and a small red light on each point/tip of the triangle.

We still talk about that day sometimes. lol

Thanks for sharing OP.



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 07:11 PM
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Isn't this a stupid iPhone app to fake UFO photo's?



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 07:12 PM
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If i didnt see the cloud coming through the object,then i would say good video,but.



posted on Feb, 10 2011 @ 07:57 PM
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If you are referring to me all I did was state what I thought of the picture and came to a conclusion. I never said that I was an image specialist or anything like that. It was my opinion.



posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 05:13 PM
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Originally posted by Ahmose
I won't pretend to know what Im talking about.. like some .

I can't say if the photos are genuine or not (neither can any of you, stop pretending).

But I can say that they look just like the huge triangle I saw with my father and my brother when I was around 13-14 years old. (1993-1994).

A big white light in the center, and a red light on each 'point'.

But we all looked at it long enough to agree that it was indeed a big black triangle shape, with a larger white light in the very center,, and a small red light on each point/tip of the triangle.

Thanks for sharing OP.

I agree. Waiting for someone with some serious know how to debunk this photo and that hasn't happened yet. I agree they look blurry but I've seen similar f117/B2 photos when they were "UFOs" just like this photo. If it is using an exotic energy drive that might account for the distortion or depending on camera setting... I'm still waiting for some of the ATS experts to get in on this one.

That's really cool. I know the ???Belgium??? or some European country had a fighter jet chase one just like your describing and took photos of it. Yeah here it is: link. Is that what you saw? Sound's just like it. I think this is an exotic man-made stealth plane myself. Here is the info from the sighting. There were over 1000 witnesses, many photos, and even radar returns and military jets chased it. It is even in the time frame of your sighting. This photo is form 1990:



One of the very best photographs ever taken of a triangular UFO was snapped by an anonymous cameraman in Belgium in April of 1990. Recognized by anyone familiar with UFOs, it became the cornerstone of the Belgian UFO wave of 1989. On November 29, 1989, a triangular UFO with lights sparking underneath was seen by multiple witnesses-three groups of policemen included. This began a case which still baffles investigators today.
First Sightings:

The first night of sightings was only the beginning of one of the best documented and witnessed UFO waves ever. On more than one occasion, two F-16 fighter jets chased the unknown flying crafts, but without results. One of the most notable sightings of the wave came on March 30, 1990 from a Belgian National Police captain, who watched a giant, triangle UFO passing overhead. Two separate radar stations corroborated the sighting.
Radar Stations Report:

The triangle was moving very low, and very slowly over the landscapes of Belgium near the city of Glons, which is southeast of Brussels. A NATO manned radar station was reporting the object, and they soon found that four more stations also were getting a return from the object. The flying object would not answer hails to identify itself, and sent no transponder signal. Jets would be sent to find the object.
F-16s Sent to Intercept:

Two American-made F-16s were scrambled by the military to intercept and identify the object. One of the jet radars did lock on the object, which appeared as a diamond shape on the screen. Seconds after the lock on, the UFO quickly moved out of the plane's radar range. The F-16 went after the UFO, but after a chase that lasted an hour, the UFO escaped unidentified, except for two more radar returns.
Beyond Our Technology:

The F-16 pilot knew that he was chasing something that had speed and maneuverability far beyond the capabilities of his jet. At one point, radar returns showed that the UFO had dropped from 10,000 to 500 feet altitude in 5 seconds, an unbelievable move. The sightings of the giant triangles continued for months, being witnessed over and over again. They often flew low enough to easily be seen with the naked eye.
Getting a Photograph:

The sighting wave became a big story in the Belgian media, and it became apparent that getting a photograph of the UFOs was almost impossible... many witnesses snapped photos of the triangles, only to see blurred imagery. This unusual occurrence was investigated by physics professor Auguste Meesen, who discovered that infrared light was not allowing the objects to be photographed.
Finally Captured on Video Tape:

Finally, one good video film was taken of the object. The image showed the bottom of the triangular shape, with three red spotlights on the corners. The photograph associated with the Belgian wave is actually a frame capture taken from the video. The film was taken over the town of Petit Rechain.
Classic Status:

The Belgium wave has obtained classic status in UFO lore. With over 1,000 witnesses, confirmed radar sightings, plane radar lock-ins, and military confirmations, the fact that an unknown craft moved across the country of Belgium cannot be denied. The case is also important for its unique information sharing. Civilian and military officials were forthcoming with the reports, and set a model for others to follow in their pursuit to uncover the mystery behind the UFO enigma.



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