A UFO, looking amazingly like the mothership from "Close Encounters" was filmed from a private plane flying over the town of Chiba, Japan. The unidentified flying object appears about a minute into the video below, posted to YouTube, and, at first is too far away to make out with any great clarity.
But, as the witness zooms in, the UFO comes into focus and reveals some unusual detail. It appears to be circular, with blinking lights running all around its hull. Its similarity to the classic image of the ship from the Spielberg movie is undeniable and, although the occupants are speaking Japanese, it's obvious they are looking at something they have never seen before.
The video is several minutes long, with the second segment given over to some unfortunate musical overdubbing. But the enhanced, slow-motion version, with the image enlarged, proves this is no ordinary aircraft. So, what is it? Here's the video:
Originally posted by Gu1tarJohn
Well, that's pretty lame. It was viewable yesterday, but now, like has been stated, it's private. I will look around for more links.
Sorry, that was beyond my control.
Originally posted by BO XIAN
reply to post by Gu1tarJohn
I appreciate the effort.
Lots of folks seem to be bone-marrow addicted to trashing any and every UFO video . . . shredding it into oblivion regardless of whatever merit may or may not have been there initially.
I think it's a psychological/sociological phenomenon.
I don't know of a solution.
I think ATS mgmt. has improved things . . . the trashing is more civil than they used to be.
Nevertheless, the compulsive trashers seem to get their jollies trashing UFO vids.
I'm all for reasonable critique . . . who wants to believe in a hoax or nonsense.
However, it seems like many folks do chronic back flips trashing such videos compulsively, AUTOMATICALLY, regardless of how good or poor the video is. . . . as though their life and breath and orgasms depended on the relentlessness of their trashing of UFO vids.
imho . . . my layman's perspective, I think your UFO video is well above average. It's interesting to ponder.