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Low and slow, all across the land. Landing? One of these days, so why not this one?
No grading on this one! Fiction or fact, it is certainly fascinating.
So many huge, low-flying triangles that the question has to be asked: are these the "TR" spy aircraft that figure in Whitley Strieber's "the Grays?" Are they actually ours, or is somebody just getting very, very close to us?
Object moves as if it is on a course typical of aircraft, but the shape is strange. UFO or helicopter? Graded B-C.
Some strange activities in the deep woods.
No hoax, but also a very short sequence. Could be a bird, but probably not. Graded B.
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The British UFO wave was at its height six months ago. Will it continue?
Defnintely not CGI. At first, a dead ringer from Chinese candle lanterns. But then one shoots off into the night. Grade B.
Shot at night, therefore no context and no way to tell if it's actually an ordinary object. Grade C.
Clearly not a graphic. Probably not a balloon due to being stationary for so long. The verdict: an unknown. Graded B.
The mysterious creators of the crop formations do it without boards on their feet. But how?
Is this something falling out of the plane? Very unusual video. Grade B.
This video has been extremely popular. The problem is that it doesn't actually show anything except an ultra low resolution image of an ordinary woman. The various claims made do appear to be the result of the low resolution. Grade D.
SOHO scientists call this a video artifact. We call it an ultra-high strangeness artifact!
MoD insists it wasn't military.
Very low, dark objects.