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A Derbyshire housewife has sold what she says is a video of a flying saucer to a Hollywood producer. Sharon Rowlands, 44, from the village of Bonsall, in the Peak District, has reportedly been paid £20,000 for the footage. And officials at NASA are said to have asked to examine the tape, because they believe it shows the same type of craft once spotted by the space agency's own cameras during a space shuttle mission.
Ms Rowlands said she took the film with a camcorder after hearing an eerie noise outside her home one evening in October last year. It resembled a giant disc with a bite taken out of the bottom Sharon Rowlands She says she filmed the object while it hovered in the sky about two miles away. "It resembled a giant disc with a bite taken out of the bottom," she told reporters. "As it hovered over the woods, it seemed to expand and then get smaller again. "We could see it pulsing as if it started up and then it just went it came really close at one stage and I thought it was going to land in the field.
Originally posted by loves a conspiricy
Your link doesnt work.
And the whole thing sounds like bull[snip] to me
And officials at NASA are said to have asked to examine the tape, because they believe it shows the same type of craft once spotted by the space agency's own cameras during a space shuttle mission.
I do wish people would remember that UFO does NOT mean flying saucer, it means an unidentified flying object.
Originally posted by MainLineThis
Is there a nasa link that the op can find? I would imagine such a bold claim would have something a little more verifiable from NASA.
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Mr Kiviat said he will show the tape to NASA optical physicist Dr. Bruce Macabbee. "The Rowlands' tape will shock a lot of people because the image shown is the same as one taken by NASA's own cameras showing what appears to be a UFO hovering in space, maybe three miles wide," Mr Kiviat said. " source: Derby Evening Telegraph, Derbyshire / England | Andy Shipley - May 31 2001
California-based Kiviat Productions, which snapped up the film, is currently negotiating with TV networks across the world to show the tape as part of its 'Could It Be True?' Series - but not before officials from NASA are given a preview. Mrs Rowlands (44), who lives with husband Hayden (45), said: "I've watched UFO programmes and if there is such a thing, this is as good a photograpgh as you're going to get. "I was a complete and utter disbeliever but seeing this has made me think twice. It was huge and through the lens it looked like it was going to hit me.
I couldn't believe it - it's like nothing else I've ever seen." The tape has been locked in a bank vault since her chance filming on October 5, 2000, with a camcorder which she had received only days earlier as a gift. Kiviat executive producer Robert Kiviat found Mrs Rowlands' film while scouring the internet. He said: "This is one of the top five pieces of video footage of UFOs ever taken." The Rowlands are just a couple living in a remote area with no agenda and no previous experience in UFO videos - they just appear to have had their camcorder out at the right time." A Meteorological Officer spokesman said there were no freak weather conditions on October 5 which could have caused the circular shape in the sky. The American space agency NASA is believed to be interested in the Rowland's photograph because of its marked resemblance to a photograph taken during the 1996, STS-75 mission. The photograph was taken by Astronaut Claude Nicoltier.
Mr Kiviat said he will show the tape to NASA optical physicist Dr. Bruce Macabbee
The American space agency NASA is believed to be interested in the Rowland's photograph because of its marked resemblance to a photograph taken during the 1996, STS-75 mission. The photograph was taken by Astronaut Claude Nicoltier.