posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 12:56 PM
Originally posted by EL1A5
reply to post by FireMoon
That video still remains top in my favorite footage of UFOs; although the footage doesn't give much room for interpretation it lets me know that the
idea of ETs (extra terrestrials) will surpass any scientific interpretation.
The idea that we are the ONLY living beings throughout the entire universe to me would be considered ignorant. I am waiting, however,
on credible evidence to the theory.
Until then, I will continue to contradict the idea, please prove me wrong.
In the 80s there was a documentary made in Britain and they actually had the guy who shot the footage explain exactly how, the camera he was using
creates that very effect by dint of the lens system it uses. it also deals with the BBC crew UFO that was filmed in the 70s in Oxfordshire. Parts of
the documentary have turned up online, sadly, not the full thing. I use to have it on VHS however, not sure if it was lost a decade or so ago during a
There is a video from the 80s I would truly love to see the original of. Lasts over 40 mins and has several farmers discussing the object as they film
it. Again, sadly, as it was the 80s the camera quality wasn't that good and the only part of it I have seen really doesn't show any real sort of
detail. The MOD issued one of their standard "It's just a balloon" explanations however, those that have viewed the full tape reckon, that's about as
likely as Oldham Athletic winning the Premier League. Several have attempted to ask for the original video to be released by the MOD however, as it
typical for the MOD,, to the best of my knowledge, no-one so far, has managed to pin them down about whether, they still have it, whether they
destroyed it, whether they gave it back. A brief clip appears in a recent documentary however, all that does, is serve to make one want to see the
However, the Concorde video is 99.99% certain, the result of a camera lens effect
edit on 8-2-2013 by FireMoon because: spelling