posted on Feb, 14 2014 @ 06:05 PM
If I was seeing the insane amount of "ufo sightings" this guy does, you best believe I would invest in a better camera. The fact that this guy has
dozens of UFO sightings (all captured by himself mind you, not sent in from the public) and has made 100 x's the amount of money off these videos
needed to buy a decent camera is VERY telling. As a supposed "ufo investigator" wouldn't he want to upgrade his equipment, so he might become a better
investigator? This alone tells me these videos are fraudulent.
The bottom line is, he doesn't want a good camera because then we would be able to identify these blurry objects he is filming with his iphone for
what they really are. That goes for the ones that appear to me to be far away out of focus helicopter's, blimps and other man made craft. Of course
there's a slew of vids on his channel that are just straight up CGI (some are laughable), and a few seem to be possibly a mix, i.e. real video edited
in after effects or what have you, to smudge helicopters ect.
I cannot believe that a disc 20 meters wide slowly floated a few hundred feet over the streets of PARIS for a couple of minutes, and the only video of
this "supposed" event is one blurry iphone video taken from half a mile or more away from a guy that has dozens and dozens of similar videos on a
money making you-tube channel.
Also no video or news reports of the helicopter that obviously crash landed at the end of the video LOL.
I want to believe also, but this channel and the videos on it are evidence of nothing. They actually hurt the UFO community more than they help, and
that is why some members here I think are so vocal about calling hoaxes out.
edit on 14-2-2014 by Nola213 because: content