posted on Oct, 29 2008 @ 06:01 PM
As someone who has had more experience handling cameras and working with visual footage than the average citizen, my personal opinion is that this is
crap. The camera moves around in what looks to me like a blatant attempt to "move" the UFO around the screen. I mean, you can see the way this
hand-held camera is swaying around in little circles, very much like someone with a hand-held camera might do, and not at all like an actual,
three-dimensional movement would suggest. "Oooooohh, it's moving in circles now! Now it's going left.... now it's going right! Wait... where'd it
go? Gasp! It's back!"
At the beginning of the film you can even see a second light toward the right of the screen, which seems to be mysteriously doing the exact same
movement as the first one. Could it be a second UFO, moving in pattern with the first? Or could it be a street light or star that accidentally got
into the frame? Oops.
I don't know what that light is that they're zooming in on in the first half of the footage. It could easily be a street light, if you ask me. Then,
you'll notice that the screen goes totally, 100% black for a while, before the appearance of the closer "flying saucer." Either it was very, very
dark outside and the person with the camera just decided to keep filming the blackness for a while, or this was an amateur transition between the
street light footage and the footage of a toy on a string in a dark room.
Honestly I'm having a hard time accepting this one. What I'm having an even HARDER time accepting is the notion that there are so many people out
there who actually seem to enjoy making honest UFO witnesses look like fools, by making amateur UFO hoaxes in some kind of sad attempt at getting
attention or self-gratification.