posted on Oct, 20 2010 @ 08:35 AM
reply to post by 13ssA
That's what I thought too, at first, however, about 30 secs in, you can see that the shadow is broken up by the tree shapes, which you wouldn't get
if it was a poster, or a tv screen. CGI is the more likely culprit, made to simply look older. It is reminiscent of a Godzilla flick, for some reason.
It's interesting, but the same question pops up every time you see a snippet like this. Where's the longer footage? Surely, if a real event, you'd
be filming as long as you could. The other thing, is that is seems perfectly poised for such a photo op...it's much better if filming something else,
then you pan to film the just noticed UFO. Otherwise, what, you just happened to have this camera on a tripod filming the countryside, when a UFO flew
perfectly into frame....???