I just thought I would share this as it is a cool video.
It was fairly interesting as there is a storm going on and they see this crazy red ball of light in the sky. Also, you can hear the wind, so he must
have been outside, doesn't mean there was not a pane of glass in front of him, but, I just don't think that could be the answer to this video...
It could be ball lightning, but at the end when it breaks up or falls apart it looks weird. I have never heard of ball lightning ending with a falling
Anyways, I thought I would bring it here to see what others think. Maybe it could be a missile or a rocket, I have no idea and I was hoping maybe
someone here would.
Looks strangely similar to the strange sky sounds videos that were taken in Kiev, Ukraine. Like this one:
I can't really tell what it is. Maybe some clever person added filters to the sun behind a high layer of clouds and/or added some CGI magic to the
movie? Wondering why they were just randomly filming the background then look up at the sky no talking no shock no heavy breathing nothing.
I'm no expert on these matters, but it just doesn't seem authentic IMHO.
I believe the person with the camera was indeed behind a pane of glass. I base this upon seeing "warps" in the imagery. You can see such warps
clearly around the 30 second mark of the video when you look at the red buildings on the right directly behind the tree limb.
Being behind a pane of glass, anything behind the camera person would be reflected into the camera's field of view. My guess is someone was standing
behind the camera person, aiming a high power red laser pointer at the ceiling. The camera was following the reflection of the laser point while the
person behind them was moving it. The reason why it appears to "break up" the way it did is because it might have been shone upon a light fixture on
the ceiling, perhaps angled metal or glass, which refracted the laser point. The laser pointer wielder either turned off the laser at that point, or
the surface causing the refraction may have obscured the laser from view.
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