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Bristol Tennesee UFO Footage

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posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 10:59 AM
Hey there,

I was looking for something else and found this.

Its a story and some video footage of a UFO shot by father and son in Tennesee.

Thought it was interesting due to the length of the video as well as the different zoom(s) the camera guy does. It gives a perspective of how far away it is and how it is moving.

The footage is a little shaky, but that is understandable when he zooms out to show the distance.

As well as distance, it also shows a tree/shrub in the picture at one point which helps confirm the 'ufo' is actually moving and not just floating ( balloon ).


I did a brief search for this footage but did not see anything. If already been posted, just disregard.... move along now, nothing to see here.

*** was supposedly filmed in 2003 ***

posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 11:09 AM
Interesting. The written piece by the TV-station was fluffy as could be. I guess if anything is remotely connected to [insert scary music here] UFO's, then your average anchor-wannabee reporter treats it as though everyone involved is nuts. Too bad... the video is very interesting, but (as usual) not clear enough to learn anything interesting.

Whatever was in that photo, though, sure was black. You rarely see that in UFO films. Not sure that to make of it, but thanks for the find!

posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 11:11 AM
One thing that I noticed is when the UFO darted to the right the camera person darted at exactly the same time. thats odd

posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 11:21 AM
Although the camera moved almost instantaneously with the object, I attribute that to the distance he is taping it from.

From that vantage point , I don't think it would impossible to hit the exact location again given the area he is working with.

Also the possibility of looking at the LED screen as opposed to the viewfinder. He would be able to look at the whole sky rather than limited to just what we see in the clip.

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