As promised yesterday - a standout UFO video - perhaps. What we see in this video, shot by a kid-young man while fishing on April 2nd, 2010 (and recently re-uploaded with a number of other family YT videos) at 10:05 P.M. at night. HARDLY A LIKELY DAY FOR FIREWORKS - or a time hours after sunset. Also, Auburndale, Florida - where this was shot - is NOT near Orlando for a visual closing of Disney World or such.
As of this morning, this original video upload had 62 views and a 3/1 positive to negative ratio of opinion. Certainly, no one is pulling ones leg - and what is seen in the video can only be described as fireworks looking (or the most amazing Orb dropping display of alltime). Certainly ANYONE local to this event, closer than the five miles away (verbal estimate in the video) should have been on the phone to 911 IF this was NOT something prosaic. Like perhaps a Remote Control (RC) with fireworks attached? (is that even possible for what we are seeing? and indeed, remember, the videographer says that it had been going on for MINUTES before he started.) Flares?
I also checked SightingsReport.Com and drilled down into the 2010 database for the local area and found nothing of similar description of the 6 reports all year for 2010. (And with good reason IF it was prosaic?)................ Seriously, this one is a puzzler for those like me perhaps --- I'd be delighted to hear your opinion.
Interestingly, as I mentioned yesterday, I found this on a brand new gathering site from Europe that had jumped on the May 31st re-debut of this one and had over 10K views days ago already. UFO Disclosure Ireland - an interesting YT site perhaps. ------------- Wouldn't it be nice for more info from the uploader? Perhaps he will see this.....
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