posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 08:20 AM
As much as I too find this video both eerie and interesting it is important to note who actually posted it on YouTube before jumping to conclusions.
The video was originally posted by coopers204. Amongst his other uploads capturing phenomena is the aptly titled 'strange motionless object (dat after
strange sounds heard)'. I have posted the link below for you to judge for yourself.
If someone has already pointed this out then please accept my apologies.
However, by way of a plea to what appears to be an increasingly growing number of ATS members... Please stop automatically assuming that everything
you see is genuine. Rather than assume automatic authenticity because of some predisposition that compels you to want to believe that what you see,
hear or read must be true, please apply a little thought. There is an ocean of trolls out there who can easily knock up this kind of video. I can do
it as can my younger brother who can create great images (still and video) of UFOs in all manner of scenarios.
This community is supposed to consist of enlightened open-minded thinkers but there seems to be a severe lack of reasoning before jumping to
For example regarding this video there are two main yet simple questions to ask:
1) Is there any corroborating evidence to back up what coopers204 heard? As it happens there is none. No other testimony whatsoever. You would have
thought someone else in the area would have heard it too given the audio level and the fact that coopers204 lives near a town. In fact in most similar
examples like this it only seems to be sole individuals who actually hear anything rather than multiple sources who each experience the same event.
Why might this be?
2) Can it be faked? Well I posted a link for you to look at so the matter of credibility is for you to judge for yourselves. It’s child’s play to
rip audio from wherever these days so long as you have a PC and the software to do so. This ‘sound’ can easily be duplicated from another source
and dubbed. If the other source can be traced then authenticity can be verified without a shadow of doubt.
As a researcher and advocate of many conspiratorial theorisations I am dismayed at the lack of foresight demonstrated by many in the ATS community.
Trying to prove things is hard enough without folks adding to fuel to the TPTB, sceptics, naysayers. When they make us look like nutters then fair
enough, but when it’s our own side…
edit on 03/11/2011 by Kalanthius because: Spelling mistake first line 'to not who' to 'to note who'.