Tuesday, March 23, 2010

UFO spotted in Sydney and caught on camera phone *updated*

This lady claims she did and got proof on her camera....

news.com.au UFO buzzes Sydney - and here's the 'proof'

"IT EMERGED from a blazing light in the clouds, descending on a busy street before zipping off silently into the sunset.

Just what - or who - propelled the strange flying disc across Sydney's skyline may never be known.

But while the close encounter was over in seconds, it was enough to convince mother-of-two Fiona Hartigan that she'd just seen a UFO.

And she has the photos to prove it.

Ms Hartigan yesterday said she had just got out of her car on Sunday evening to snap a few sunset photos when the amazing events began."

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A couple of questions I have about this story:
The report says she just got out of her car when she took the photos - why then is there a reflection in the photo as though it was taken through glass?
Its claimed to be a busy street - why aren't there any other witnesses?

There is a second photo that goes with the story and I find that one slightly more convincing.
In the second photo there is a smaller object in the background and I can't see reflections as though it was taken through glass, so this one might have been taken out side of the car like the report says.

But speaking honestly, from just looking at the photos it looks like a piece of fluff or dust on the lens or on the window of the car.

Here is the second photo:

I have an iphone and apparently this is what the lady used to take the photo. I thought I would test the theory out as to whether its dust/dirt on the lens so I just stuck a crumb on the lens and tried to take a picture. It does not show up! This big old crumb will not show up on the photo! Bizzarre.
If its dirt, dust or a bug it must be on the windscreen.

This may sound ridiculous but it kinda looks like a snail?


Daily Telegraph Something is out there

"MEET the Aussie Agent Mulder - a man whose job it is to investigate Australia's X-Files and work out whether aliens exist.

Bill Chalker, who has spent 35 years investigating UFO sightings and alien abductions, believes Fiona Hartigan's sighting reported yesterday is almost certainly genuine. He's not the only one.

Almost 60 per cent of readers who voted online said they believed in UFOs, while others told of multiple sightings in the Blue Mountains or strange lights hovering over rural NSW.

Mother-of-two Anne Hamnett said she witnessed a bizarre incident at her isolated property near Gloucester on Sunday night.

She and her children were out the front of the house just hours after Ms Hartigan's sighting when two brightly lit objects appeared.

They stayed in the area for about 30 minutes before disappearing.

"I've never believed UFO stuff before but I haven't ever seen anything like this," she said.

"They were orange-red in colour and perfectly in line with each other - I just can't explain it." "

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