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The famous "Dudley Dorito" UFO was spotted again in England, this time over York, as it floated above a forest. What is it? The video, filmed on a bright day and through a thicket of trees, is of exceptional clarity and high quality. The witness is clearly surprised and struggles to keep the unidentified flying object in sight.
This kind of aircraft has been caught on tape several times before, always displaying a curious, off-center dot on the bottom hull of the triangular shape. It glides slowly through the air at low altitude without making a sound. If the video is a hoax, it's an extremely good one. As the UFO slides past, it's obscured by tree limbs and branches. Such an image is extremely hard to accomplish with video editing software and most hoaxers prefer to show objects clear of any hindrance. It's just easier to do.
It is possible that the UK military is pioneering a new type of stealth aircraft in secret, and these "Dudley Dorito" sightings are just the cost of testing new designs.
Originally posted by DaTroof
I tend to look for real-world explanations before even considering CGI, but this one is obvious CGI.
The object only passes behind some of the branches. Pretty sloppy work honestly, considering there are many better CGI hoaxes readily available on YouTube.edit on 28-3-2012 by DaTroof because: (no reason given)
A mysterious triangular UFO dubbed the ‘Dudley Dorito’ has re-appeared in the region’s skies with the latest sighting reported near to a Midlands beauty spot. Property worker Gary Nock and his family were on the car park of the Badgers Sett pub, Hagley, when they saw the distinctive object flying overhead. The 52-year-old said the UFO, a black triangle with white lights at each end, was flying at low altitude from the direction of Birmingham. He said the object had turned silently in the air and they had eventually lost sight of it as it passed over the Clent Hills. Read more: www.expressandstar.com...