Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by nivek, Oct 15, 2017.
That's a Billy Meier beamship photo.
lol... Oh I don't know about ..all? ... there's always this one Nivek....
... though bolides would be my guess mate.
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19 days after Kenneth Arnold's famous sighting of nine shiny disc like objects over Mount Rainier Washington on the 24th June 1947 ... a similar sighting of eight objects was made in Tulsa Oklahoma on July 12th ... In this case, a photo was taken and published in the Tulsa Daily World the following day.
...And this one two days before the Tulsa one in Morristown New Jersey 10th July 1947...
looks like a blemish in the negative
there was a high res version where you could clearly see the strings lol
I always liked this one from 1947 too ....
edit to add better copy of photograph...
i am pretty sure those are also flaws in the negative
ballester olmos in his blog showed a similar example
looks legit to me!
video compilations are hard to analyse
this one could be lens flare
that photo below looks like a painting
This looks so similar to the famous "Daylight Fireball of 1972," one of my personal favorites. It genuinely looks like some sort of rocket ship is flying across the sky.
just a coincidence, though i do see the similarity
I was thinking the same thing.
Bruno Ghibaudi, a scientific journalist who on April 27, 1961 was shocked to see this utterly bizarre 'flying machine' approach him rapidly from over the ocean, pass overhead and then jet off northward out of sight. Bruno managed to snap one picture of it before it zipped away.
Is it a craft, or a creature?
this is one of my favorite photos out there, it shows a pretty strange craft oddly resembling the triangular craft that would become famous years later
This may be a craft from another realm or dimension in my opinion...
in my opinion all them are
The part of the "object" going above the top of the picture leads me to believe it is attached to something the photographer is controlling.
there is actually a second picture nivek forgot to upload from the same sighting, wich shows two conventional saucers not attached to anything
That's actually the top edge of the photograph I believe...This craft flew over the water towards the shoreline before the image was taken...
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