Whenever I see that “blue light spiral in the sky over Norway” clip (definitively documented as a failed Russian rocket launch), I tend to throw out the others in the video as unreliable also.
So far I’ve seen a bunch of blurry dots, lights from cities, known phenomenon like trails from rockets, and a few hoaxes mixed in there.
Get back to me when we don’t have the same old crap people claim is evidence over and over and over.
Sadly, now that almost everyone has an HD camera in their pocket, every weather balloon, rocket trail, meteor, or bug flying in the air will suddenly be claimed to be a UFO and end up on YouTube. Add to that, high quality editing software is now dirt cheap and easy to use and the easily fooled will continue to have more ‘proof’.
I’m sorry, I don’t believe in this crap either. We can get this stuff on any TV channel and on You Tube where reality is changed by a few who know how.
Fun to watch but still just a bunch of malarkey. It is all just competition for Nessie and Bigfoot in the gullible marketplace.
An alien came up to me and asked me to take him to our leader. I showed him Obama, but he left in his UFO after telling me there is no INTELLIGENT LIFE in Washington, DC. :)
Without time and weather conditions, I can't make anything out of the others. Back in the day, I worked at a department store loading film and making photographic prints. I saw hundreds of so called UFO images. These people were taking pictures of Aunt Mabel's Bar Mikva, they never saw the UFO until their prints show some suggestive image. The people who saw something, which appeared to be a UFO on their exposures would stand there with straight faces and claim to have proof of alien spacecraft. Even after I tell them what they have are pictures of a light scattering artifact.
Do you remember seeing the UFO mantra poster "I want to believe" Well, I had it posted where everyone could see it when they picked up their prints. Given enough information, I can explain almost all of these UFO images.
I can’t believe this isn’t your thread!
I saw a flying saucer up close and personal in 1973. There were six of us in the group and all saw the same thing. At closest approach it was no more than 200 yards away. We saw it for about ten minutes in two separate sighings. It really looked like a cartoon flying saucer with lights around the rim, a dome on top, and a little mast on top of the dome. It was probably 50-60 feet in diameter. We could see it for miles when it left, going against the wind, going no more than 30 mph or so. I still don’t know what it was. I investigated sightings for MUFON for years. Most sighings are pretty easy to explain. It’s the 5% or so that seem to defy explanation that make it interesting. After decades of research and investigation I would be ready to say it’s all BS except for what I saw.
I got hit in the head with a UFO in Jr high school. I could tell it was something the cafeteria served for lunch but nobody could identify it.
I am always amazed that these aliens travel trillions of miles in sophisticated machines, get to earth, then forget to active their cloaking devises.