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UFOs over NYC said to be balloons…but is anyone buying it?


Many people stopped to stare at the UFOs over NYC on December 13th, but now the UFOs are said to be balloons from an engagement party.  Read more on the NYC December 13th UFOs here on Alien Enigma (link opens in a new window).

Honestly, I don’t think it sounds very likely that so many people would stop and stare at balloons.  I mean, these UFOs got the attention of many, many people in NYC.  As one of the people in the video of the previous post said, ‘balloons don’t stand still’.

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Observations on Youtube UFO Videos


 YouTube UFO videos are commonly fake, most of them created by a program called Adobe AfterEffects.  Here at Alien Enigma, you may find many YouTube UFO videos with my observations included.

This post contains a few YouTube UFO videos and my observations.

You might also be interested in the YouTube UFOs of December 2010, which contains links to all posts of UFO sightings filmed during December.


 Haiti UFO

This video is rather famous with 12 million views and nearing 13 million.  Though it looks a bit realistic, it seems like there would be much more commotion from the camera than just a gasp in the beginning of the video.  The video description claims that this video was shot “on the evening of August 6th, 2007” and it was uploaded to YouTube on August 9th, 2007.

Strangely, there isn’t any light from the UFOs on any objects below them…besides a glimpse on the roof of a structure.  Watching the video around 0:05 (the fifth second of the video) up to about 0:07 (7th second), or until the UFO passes over the camera and the camera tilts upwards, you can see a flash of light on the rooftop of one of the buildings.  Besides that, there really is no light from the bottoms of the UFOs falling on anything else.

Pausing the video around 0:08, which is just around the time when the UFO is directly above the camera, you can see the malevolent-looking bottom of the craft.  This video is rather entertaining, but there seems to be more of a chance that it’s fake than there is real.

 


 

UFO Over London Fake Video

I’m 99.9% sure that the oncoming video is fake…just thought I’d let you know before you watched it and started a viewer’s massacre of judgements.

I imagine the person who filmed this ‘UFO’ was probably taking a morning walk to get some coffee and decided to turn on his camera.  So he filmed the sky, and near the end of the video, the small grunt you hear was probably him laughing at the idea of “Hey maybe I should use AfterEffects to put a UFO in this video, then post it on YouTube”

The audio in the video is nearly silent besides the “Ch” in the beginning, the passing vehicle and his ending grunt.  You’d think you could hear amazed gasps from other pedestrians or the slamming brakes of cars that stopped to view the phenomenon.

In my opinion, there is about a 99.9% chance that this UFO video is fake.

 


 

 UFO In Nanjing, China

This video, with a shaky camera and a blurry picture, shows a UFO hover and disappear in the near sky.

Honestly, all of these “UFO in China” videos seem to be fake.  The UFOs shown are just downright cliche, the way they disappear after hovering, it’s just been overdone and under-believed.  This just seems really fake to me.

 

 


 

Obama Inauguration UFO

Many people have heard of the UFO that flew over President Obama’s inauguration.  I have already made a post on that with videos included.  Here is the link: Obama Inauguration UFO.  Opens in the a new window.

 


 

NYC UFO 2010

I have also made a post on the NYC UFO of 2010, which can be found here: NYC UFO with Video.  Opens in a new window


Other YouTube UFO videos

Here are some of the other Alien Enigma posts on YouTube UFO videos that you may be interested in.  Each of these links opens in a new window and will not take you away from Alien Enigma.

YouTube ‘Donut’ UFO in Amsterdam, December 2010

Moscow UFO, November 2010.

Star-like pulsing UFO in Largo, FL, November 2010.

Flying disc with rotating lights in Elon, North Carolina.