Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by nivek, Oct 15, 2017.
My responses are from the only ones you don't like.
Not not nessessarily you. You can't like everyone's responces all the time no matter who they are.
Gotcha......so you agree with me sometimes.
I agree with you a lot of the time though I might not seem to show that.
What is this supposed to be?
Found it in the obscure UFO sightings from what I can see it is supposed to be a UFO on the left throwing its shadow on the ground ? But as Humanoidlord has previously just stated , " actually its an patch in the ground that has been there for a while ".
That's one of the useless ones.
Least I found 2 of them now, useless as they are.
Try and find who, when and where and it might be useful.
Still searching. Seen these before somewhere .
Hi Auggie, This photo made me ??? too when I first saw it. lol... But after a little info-scrounge I came to the conclusion that the 'object' was more than likely a picture taken from the USS Trepang of a 'target balloon'.
... It was from a series of pictures that made a bit of a sensation in France when it hit the 'Top Secret Magazine' and soon featured as a John Greenwald 'Black Vault Article' and then re-presented by all and sundry .... new illuminati: Amazing UFO Photographs taken from a US Navy Submarine
Which is well presented and really tantalises a bit... And then .. I can't remember who exactly?, but someone on another site mentioned something about 'naval target balloons', i'd never heard of such things but was intrigued by that possibility ...and so with a bit of searching I realised that yes there were such things from way back in the 1940s up until at least the 80s. .... And then I came across the clincher [for me at least] , it was an article from top French investigator Gilles Fernandez in which he exposed the pictures as being a mixture of naval exercise featuring target-balloons, and some of [that old favourite of the genre] photoshop! ... And the photoshop part of his assertion was later backed up by Belgian photo-expert investigator Wim Van Utrecht. ... here's a good summary of the case ... Sceptiques vs. les Soucoupes Volantes: Les Photographies de l'USS "Trepang" : La Preuve d'un Montage "PhotoShop"...
WW2 barrage balloons
Yungay, Peru, 1967
Zanesville, Ohio, 1966
Passaic, New Jersey, 1952
Grenoble, France 1971
Bara de Tijuca, Brazil 1952