Ok. I know that there is a lot of photographic and video evidence out there of supposed UFOs. Some of those pictures and videos are intriguing, and some of them are frightening in what they show. Even if they are hoaxes, they are extremely well done, and makes you wonder about what can be done with video editing software on home computers these days.
Then I came upon this story in RT, and the accompanying video. Read the story, view the video, and see what you think about this footage.
An Internet video of what some claim to be an unidentified flying object is creating a stir online. The footage shows a spiraling light coursing through the sky over western Canada. Some argue the videos are fake.
“The objected swooped down and then exploded. To the unaided eye the object vanished in a brilliant array of patterns but on camera the object was seen going through a “tunnel”, pointed on the leading end as if zooming out of the atmosphere away from the planet,” one of the witnesses, Nathan Varney, was quoted by website beforeitsnews.com as saying.
According to the website, numerous photos and videos keep coming from the area. However, critics have branded the pictures a hoax, arguing the images are computer generated.
Some say the website which broke the story is simply trying to boost its popularity.
However, alien theorists have jumped to the defense of the video’s creators arguing there are numerous witness statements from around the world describing similar incidents.
Last December, a spiral light appeared in the skies of Norway prompting talk of unearthly powers. At the time, that Spiral was explained as a misfired Russian missile launched from a submarine in the White Sea.
How can anyone who views this video seriously think that this is in any way real? I’m not disputing the possibility that maybe people are seeing strange things in the skies. But to claim this video is actual footage? I mean it looks like a cartoon. I would like to meet some of these supposed “alien theorists” who actually think this video is authentic. I’d like to personally thank them for continuing to set the field back.
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