This video will finally make you believe — that video editing software has come a long way.
There are a slew of inconsistencies in this UFO video, reportedly shot in Massachusetts. It’s unclear exactly when, where and by whom it was created. Shortly after the original video was posted, it was removed from YouTube “due to a copyright claim by Die Hoaxer.”
It all started with a YouTuber named Bobby Johnson, who wrote on his page that he videotaped UFOs from a rooftop in western Massachusetts. It shows a large, circular glowing orb hovering above street lights, homes and traffic. . . .
. . . If this is a video of an actual occurrence in the air, it’s also a bit odd that the videographer himself doesn’t seem excited in the least at what he supposedly is capturing on tape.
Further convoluting the whole issue is that earlier on Thursday, a YouTube video appeared, posted by someone named HOAXKiller1, outlining in detail why the UFO video is a complete fabrication. As the day progressed, HOAXKiller1’s video was removed from YouTube, with the following message: “This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by richard simmons.”
We’re already tired of these orbs. . . .