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Denise Stoner, chief investigator of the Mutual UFO Networks Florida chapter, knows at least this much about a UFO confrontation: Youre kind of dumbfounded. The word camera doesnt even cross your mind. Then when its over, you think, why didnt I get my camera?
Unless, of course, said events begin to occur with such regularity that you can anticipate and prepare. As may be the case with the apparent UFOs plying the night skies at high altitudes above southwest Florida.
On Monday evening, De Void planted a tripod and a grossly inadequate little camcorder in the back yard of an Englewood resident whos been reporting frequent nighttime activity lately. When two UFOs appeared and started cruising off the spine of Ursa Major, De Void stood daft as a scarecrow, giving nary a thought to logging the evidence.
The events hosts — Jamie Havican and David Ryals of Venice — had seen it all before, and managed to grab video footage from a display several nights earlier. Unfortunately, between the camera jostling and the underexposure, the images were underwhelming.
So Ryals, who reported seeing half a dozen UFOs moving in all directions the following evening, directed De Void to a youtube video, seen below.
Thats where someone near Artesia, N.M., posted images of nighttime UFOs recorded on April 19-20 that appear somewhat similar to the anomalies above Englewood Monday evening.
The difference is, the photographer attached a pricey ATN Night Spirit Generation 2 night vision scope to his digital JVC recorder.
The footage doesnt prove anything, other than a) this New Mexico dude was clearly prepared, and b) in order to acquire images this clean, youre going to have to lighten your wallet. Besides, as Stoner says, people are probably going to see what they want to see, no matter what.
Stoner shares a story about what happened one evening near her home in Orlando. She and four others were emerging from an organized group-relaxation session at a strip mall around 10:30 p.m. Thats when she says they were surprised to see a UFO suspended in mid-air above a nearby telephone pole, no more than 120 feet off the ground.
All of us were looking right at it, she says. The thing was in no particular hurry to boogie until they fanned out to their cars and agreed to reconvene and compare notes at a restaurant maybe a mile away.
Stoner insists she and another witness saw a bright red domed object with a misty haze in front of it. Another said it was silvery and metallic. A fourth saw it as a typical disc with a dome, with glittery stuff that shot out the bottom. And then it tipped over on its side and up it went.
The fifth eyewitness was a software engineer. Alleged eyewitness.
He swears he didnt see a thing, Stoner reports. Nothing. And he was right there with us.
In his case, a photo wouldve been irrelevant. Some people look at the Zapruder film and say the limo driver killed Kennedy.