To me it's the best footage of UFOs I have ever seen. I'm not convinced, but as I told you this looks really interesting to me.
Everything can be faked with considerable effort. That's very clear. But why would someone not fake something interesting instead, like aliens telling us big secrets, instead of just a few little pinpricks of light floating around.. ????
>Sorry, but it just doesn't seem realistic. >The lights are too white,
??? "too white" for what ?
>and the 'flickery' effect is too regular.
this only speaks for a connection between the lights. If they are "alien" this could be true !
>And why the sudden cuts to new formations >instead of showing how the craft made that >new formation? Because it would be too >much work to animate it, and the creator >of this thing is lazy.
He changed the camera from a tripod to "hand recording" he states.
>The narration during it is clearly fake,
>too, and what's with all the wind noise?
Well the trees show there was a lot of wind.
>The best fraud would be one in which they >had some sort of corroborating evidence, >like radar imagery, and airline pilots, >and lots of people who saw it, OH WAIT, >THAT WOULDN'T BE FRAUD, IT WOULD BE AN >ACTUAL EVENT.
I think that is tru for a event in Belgium some time ago. (1989-...)
>And if you're going to do something >fraudulent, why not make it something >interesting, like aliens telling us big >secrets, instead of just a few little >pinpricks of light floating around.. Lazy, >lazy, lazy.