Originally Posted by sammi jo
There's no way of proving its a fake, unless examination of the videotape etc showed signs of tampering/editing post the shooting. Anyway, those craft could be modified Moller-like
devices? There's no way of proving these sightings are "genuine" either.
Them Mollers are extremely loud.
What I look for in viewing any UFO footage.
1. Anomalies, something that really makes my heart skip. The overall movement and sound of the footage. Even some 9-11 footage can baffle your senses as to whether it's real or not. The fluidity of the UFO's flight and the woman(?) gasping in the beginning of the Haiti video does that, though it also makes me think it's staged.
2. Lighting and shadow. A given, but in the second video one of the craft passes just across the sun and that takes a lot of skill to pull off and the craft flying over and behind trees shows that this could be a professional job. Also, at the end of the Haiti video did you see the other lights (craft) converging? Stunning. But that lone cloud puts me off.
3. Realism. That feeling that what you are watching is real. If you take all doubt and believe what was recorded is what was there. I try to pretend that I am the one capturing the video myself.This is one of my favorite UFO videos
. Just a couple outside in their backyard on Labor Day 2005 and suddenly...
This has a the realism (shaky camera, crickets and the couple's discussion throughout) that makes it feasible that they actually saw something that no one can explain.
I have seen a UFO myself, solid (looked like a flattened disc of mercury) and viewable in broad daylight (with binoculars no less). I have a friend who was with me that could corroborate the sighting.