posted on May, 24 2013 @ 02:49 AM
Originally posted by Nevertheless
Originally posted by CigaretteMan
Reminds me of the Vancouver footage from years ago. The fact that this woman does not want to be public is a sign she is not doing this for attention
or fame. The object remained motionless according to her.
Not looking for fame?
1. Telling her name
2. Telling her location
3. Being on camera
4. Talking on camera
5. Is in a place that claims to be haunted
6. Is running out of business
7. Adds UFOs
8. Doesn't show her face to make you think she doesn't want to be in public despite the ridiculous points above that shows otherwise
9. Point 8 is advanced enough to lure in idiots
10. More business as new visitors come check out the magical place.
What made you post this story?
Promoting the museum also occurred to me.
This story is terribly lacking in simple details like-
Did she see it approach?
Did she see it leave? If so how quickly?
And her camera broke? Really? I mean cameras break I guess if you drop them or something, but saying her camera broke is a big red flag for me that
something is fishy.
There are 3 photos posted at the new link:
EXIFtools shows the png files are marked "Software:Adobe ImageReady"
So I think it's safe to say no original photos on the 10news.com site.
It is odd that she says it's not a bug. This only invokes more questions about the behavior of what she saw before and after she photographed it,
which is a glaring omission in the story.
Originally posted by extraterrestrialentity
Sorry, I don't follow your post. That link is about a different UFO, though if you scroll down to the bottom, there's a link to the story
about the UFO that's the subject of this thread. And when you open that one, it doesn't say anything about a hoax, though as my post suggests, I think
there's plenty of reason to be skeptical.
edit on 24-5-2013 by Arbitrageur because: clarification