I do not usually add links to supposed UFO videos because, without expert analysis by video specialist the hoaxers are able to create believable looking clips. With today’s technology even a computer dummy like myself can create a passable UFO clip with a little cheap, or even free software. I am posting this report because with the comments by investigators it illustrates just why I do not post such videos.
I have said it many times before and will probably say it many times again. Until someone gets a photo or video which contains the up close details that I observed in 1962 I don’t even want to see it.
In 1962, along with a fellow Army Medical Specialist, I observed a 150×50 ft, solid object, shaped like a football with sharper ends and porthole type windows around the center with very bright light coming from them ( like the light from a welding machine only solid) and no running lights as such. It all of a sudden appeared at treetop level over our barracks (Ft. Bragg N.C). . . about 75 ft in front off us… it hoovered without making any sound for about a minute, then seemed to drift slowly across a parade ground until it was directly over our head to such a degree we had to look straight up to see it. Then, obviously maneuvered one end of the craft slowly upwards until it reached about a 45 degree angle pointing up. Then as suddenly as it appeared it shot out of sight faster than I just typed the last sentence. This was the start of my quest . . . Until this day I have never seen a photo or video of anything like what I saw. When I do I’ll let you know. . . EDITOR
from Huffington post.com
UFO Spotters In England And Russia Look For Answers From New Videos
First Posted: 02/ 9/2012 8:25 am Updated: 02/ 9/2012 12:37 pm
Brightly lit UFOs over the UK and Russia are lighting up the sky and burning up the Internet. But do they stand up to scrutiny?
A man referring to himself as Space999dude posted a video on YouTube (see above) that shows something in the sky over the Thames Estuary near London on Feb. 5. He wrote that the object “seems too bright for a boat but I could be wrong, and looked like it was above the water. It was a very long way off and I was at full 40x zoom — hence the shaky footage.
“I always carry a camcorder in my car … and think more people should be looking and keeping cameras at the ready.”
Space999dude’s video pulled in a lot of comments, many wondering why the clip was under a minute in length. Perhaps in response to some who complained that the first video clip didn’t offer any long-range perspective of the UFO, he posted a second clip to show faraway and close-up views of it.
Watch the Thames UFO Follow-up Clip: