posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 03:04 PM
The lady's screaming when the guy stands up = priceless. Kind of endearing too, made me chuckle
One night I was woken up, maybe about 3am, by these loud mechanical screeching noises. It was the middle of winter and we had been having wonderful
snowfalls, and anyone who's enjoyed a winterstorm I think appreciates the silence that accompanies. That's what I found so odd about being woken up
by these noises. I was sure they were other-worldly as I had never heard anything so deafening in the night before. I sat in bed and waited for it to
subside, and when it didn't, I grabbed my camera, threw on my shoes and darted out the door in my pyjamas. With my hair flying wildly around me, I
made my way to the street, careful not to fall and smash the camera. My heart was pounding and I knew this was the moment I would finally catch
something of worth - I could feel it. The noise continued, echoing through the streets among the otherwise silent night, and I turned to face the
bright blinding lights of a snowplow.
Basically what I'm trying to say is - I want to catch something as much as the next person. I want that undeniable proof so bad that in the middle of
the night I was certain I would see something that would change my life. As crazy as I may seem for that though, sometimes you gotta face it - the
shaky, blurry video of the person standing up on a hill sometimes is just that.
Also, why the heck are two aliens hanging out in broad daylight on top of a hill? Those guys fly around elusively in giant ships. Doi.