See, a lot of people have commented about how "believable" the reactions of the folks in this video are, and I'm just not seeing that.
Firstly, I don't really hear any fear, panic our concern in their voices at all. Honestly, they sound like they're reciting a script.
Secondly, the girls screaming in no way sounds like screams of fright or panic. If anything they sound more like the kinds of screams a girl gives
when you're goofing around with them and hit them with a surprise attack by the Tickle Monster™.
Then there is the whole situation to begin with.
If you are camping with your friends, sitting at a campfire in the middle of the woods and you notice a rather large creature nearby slinking behind a
tree, are you just gonna wander over that close to it just to check it out?
In the dark? In the woods?
Now considering the situation, look at the stroll over to it.
That's what he pretty much did, just strolled over to it.
He didn't exactly charge at it, nor did he approach it slowly with trepidation or hesitation and care that approaching a large wild animal in the
middle of some dark woods would warrant.
No, he just wanders over to it like he's walking over to the fridge for a beer.
Then there is his buddy with the burning torch.
He just plops it down. He didn't throw it at either the tree or the creature, certainly not with any nervousness our panic. He just...drops it. Kind
of like dropping it on a marker predetermined for the "scene."
But after that? Oh boy, that's when I really begin to question their "believable" reactions.
What does their little buddy do when the flaming torch is "thrown" at him?
Her just pokes his head around the tree to just "look" at it.
"Hmm, what have we here? Oh, fire. ...interesting."
At this point you know they know it's not a "cat."
So how do they react? How would you react?
Would you panic and run away? Would you scream in fright being that close to it? Would you freak out and maybe throw the first thing in your hands at
it (the camera) and run in terror?
You know, the old human instinct of Fight or Flight.
Not these guys, why react like most would when instead of backing off or getting away you can, you know, argue with your buddy about tossing about
fire. Because, hey, it's not like there is a completely unknown and alien creature five feet away from you.
Oh, I know, let's pick up the stick'o' fire, toss it randomly off to the right somewhere away from the apparently unknown, unconcerned, unfazed by
fire alien creature.
Then remember we are supposed to be panicking so let's stumble.
Better still, this is brought to us by the very same group that yesterday brought us the "Incredible Alien Video!" that by page two was shown to be
just a preset scene from a CGI animation software package re-recorded with a heavy bloom filter over it. The more I think about it the more I want to
It's as if Mr. Cohen of AllHoaxWeb has been training apprentices.
edit on 4/22/2011 by dethduck because: (no reason given)
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edit on 4/22/2011 by dethduck because: Never use a smartphone to write a Thesis.