A new UFO footage of a sighting has just been uploaded by a guy I follow on Youtube. He usually only makes videos about old historical buildings and
attractions from the area, so I was quit surprised to see this video uploaded.
As to the video, it's the best ones from the area I've seen so far. I think it's fair to say that they're not street lights or a mountain in the
background. Are there any other possibilities to what it could be?
Here's the Youtube link, can't get the video posted on here!
It looks like a firework display that they have captured and mistook for a UFO. The 'lights' look very far away and the reason there appears to me
no sound is due to how far the fireworks are from the person recording. Also firework displays were still going on during the 3rd of January. Many
people tend to have fireworks left over from New Year celebrations and much like my neighbours, like to set them off days later.
I think if they stopped jumping the camera and recording it while outside instead of on their TV set, probably would have a bit more validity to it.
What they should of done, was set the camera down, zoom in, and record for a bit. But, due to the reflection on the TV, it looks like someone is
standing there playing with a set of lights and recording at the same time.
edit on 22-1-2012 by Manhater because: (no reason given)
This footage looks quite similar to a UFO vid in a thread from a week or two ago. In that case a gentleman from northern michigan did an exceptional
job with his camera and competently filmed light patterns just like this. As I recall his attention was initially called outside when he heard strange
sounds and went to investigate. These witnesses seem credible to me. I disagree with the posts above ridiculing this sighting.
After watching the entire video including the kids' testimonies, I think this is legitimate.
If this is a singular object, it looks to be floating very close to the ground (maybe 300 ft up) and seems to be rather large. It was also witnessed
around 3am, a common time for sightings. Usually I judge UFO footage by the flight behaviors exhibited by the object(s) involved but didn't see
anything that would indicate anything beyond human technological capabilities. Still, the kids' stories are believable, and I think this is a real
Anyone who says this is fireworks should remind themselves that professional pyrotechnic displays are choreographed and rarely explode at the same
height in a constant pattern resulting in a rather boring display and barely worth the money paid. This is not fireworks.
When there is so much 'stuff' flying about, including covert drone testing night and day, why the guy concludes, "extraterrestrial" is beyond me,
when there is nothing at all to suggest ET. Strangeness or unusual is okay, but that is as far as it goes. The anecdotes of a circular object are
consistent though, but again not enough to suggest ET.
such an annoying video!!!!
between the shakey camera work and then cutting in and out of the kids testimonies (why not just play the video evidence and then the testimonies?)
i dont think its a saucer. it would be quite huge if it was and would it really hover there at that angle?
if we could see that same area in daylight it would help to establish if theres a hill/mountain there
Nice one, but nowadays this type of video has to be essentially 'thrown out' because we have these jerks that build contraptions that look just like
that to fool people. It could be ET, but the only way to remove the jerk alternative possibility is for the ufo to exhibit extremely high strangeness,
such as shooting off at incredible speed. In the digital video/CGI era, only mass sightings with multiple video will provide sufficient evidence in my
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