While I don't think the film is genuine, I love all the "arm chair psychology" going on in here with people thinking they can proclaim how an
individual other than themselves would act if confronted with an "alien."
"Oh, he didn't do this. He did that. Totally unrealistic."
Makes me laugh, because people react to things differently. It's the same reason I watch crime shows on Discovery ID and get pissed off when
detectives ignorantly state "well, this person didn't act like a person who just lost someone would act, therefore we were suspicious." I had someone
close to me pass, didn't shed a tear, appeared stone cold from an onlookers vantage, yet was horribly torn up inside.
People express emotion differently. End of story. You can't judge a video based off the emotions or actions of the person filming it.
What you CAN judge, however, is how the "alien" looks like a cut out popping up and down and how the red light looks like a laser pointer. That to me,
is why, in my opinion, the video is not genuine. I can't definitively state that's a laser pointer as I'm not sure how it would appear on camera, but
it sure looks like one to me.
As always, these videos are superficially interesting. Yet unfortunately, the sheer number of hoaxes flooding the internet makes it very hard to take
I rewatched the video after posting this, and paid close attention to the first time the "alien" appears. I'm 99.9% certain it's someone laying down
out there holding some kind of alien cardboard cut out. You can see it tilt to the side and move downward to get out of view like someone moving it
with their arm.
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