I am hugely skeptical about this footage and I can tell you why:
I only stepped through the footage quickly, so I didn't watch all of it, but several things struck me right away
* There are several shots of the (orange) lights, one of the videos I think had 4 lights and the other allegedly the same "UFO" with 6 lights. The
footage WAS NOT EVEN FROM THE SAME DAY/YEAR.
In each of the shots the "UFO" was parallel to (or directing facing) the camera, say, in comparison to someone filming a plane where a plane/"UFO"
would magically always be directed towards the camera, AND NOT ANYWHERE ELSE. Eg. the UFO nicely symmetrical with the 4 or 6 lights perfectly lined
I am sorry, if this was a real object/craft where we could assume it is moving, likelihood is much higher that the lights would not be perfectly
"parallel" to the observer. If I shoot a plane flying over my house or in the distance, it will 99% be in some different angle with only a very tiny
chance that the lights etc. are LINE UP.
The same with those shots where the object is seen,
MOST of the frames (admittedly not all I think) show an object which is again perfectly symmetrical and parallel in relation to the camera/observer.
There is even a feature in the middle of the object which is astonishingly right in the middle.
Image: UFO doesn't rotate or change position/angle towards observer - even throughout the years
And why is it lined up so perfectly - unless it's staged?
What a coincidence.
Let's assume such (alien/space/military)-craft exist and one happens by coincidence to film them, spread out over YEARS even. What percentage of the
footage will show the object in exactly that position, broadside to the observer- and the lights perfectly symmetrical?
Since this is entirely unnatural (in my opinion) I think this is hoaxed and staged, however the hoaxer was not smart enough to think about some basic
things to make his hoax convincing.
edit on 12-3-2013 by flexy123 because: (no reason given)