- Dave was taking photos of Chemtrails in his area when
one of the images turned up a remarkable UFO which appears to be giving
off some kind of vapor:
Close-Up #1 ,,,,, Super
- .Vintage "Top Hat" UFO Photo
This picture was taken approximately between 3 and 5 in
the afternoon on July 2nd with a older 35 millimeter camera with Bell&Howell
made in Hong Kong. When I took the picture I was just trying to take a
picture of the chemtrail going through because I was surprised to see that
with all the cloud cover. This was taken at Mel's Marina on lake Sakajawea.
This is one of the largest man made dams in the world. I hope this picture
can be analyzed so we have an idea on what it is or isn't. Every time I
see a ufo it is almost always different than what I saw before except the
classic disc shape I saw three times now.
I took this picture to show that they even spray on cloudy days which they
never did earlier around here, and accidentally got this strange looking
flying hat type of object! It becomes quite interesting once you start
blowing it up and analyzing it! I thought for sure it was a bird but now
I'm not so sure and I have been seeing ufos in the skies at night on occasion!
We've received several emails with explanations for the image above. Some
people have reacted with strong criticism, as if using the term "UFO"
means "flying saucer." A UFO is a UFO... not a flying saucer.
Is this a flying saucer? Who knows? The photographer makes no claims (nor
do we) that this is an alien space craft. It is, however, a very peculiar
object in the sky captured on film. Explanations which have been sent in
include a helicopter (I personally don't see that, nor was a helicopter
heard by the photographer), and a bird.
Date: Sat, 5 Aug 2000 17:35:30 EDT
Subject: top hat UFO explanation
To: Jeff Rense
I looked carefully at the top hat UFO and think I have
a good explanation. Look at the attached JPG of a bird with the wings in
the down stroke wing position. I call the JPG a b-1-r-d. Kind of a joke,
but I think that may be what that is. The vapor? Maybe some down feathers
falling off the bird which are out of focus? I don't know. Is there really
any way to know?
I must say I remain curious about this image for several
reasons: 1) the unusual brightness at points around the object which I
could not find in other parts of the photo 2) even with wings doubled and
at a slight angle, the wings are far too flat at the ends and the body
too thin and 3) I doubt if feathers would have been captured at all on
film from this distance. It could indeed be a bird, but there are some
very strange properties here. The photographer does not recall seeing a
bird. The body portion appears dramatically flat. Unidentified Flying Objects
can of course be... anything, until we identify them. The bird explanation
is the best yet. - Neff
- A New Analysis: More Than One UFO In Photo?
From:"Timothy C. Hill" <email@example.com>
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- Date: Sun, 6 Aug 2000 01:38:18 -0400
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- Subject: Update to Chemtrail Photo with UFO
- I did some photo analysis on the picture with the UFO
taken by the Chemtrail photographer. I found another object in the same
picture. I built a quick page for it with all the information.
- -- Timothy C. Hill
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