Dr. Bruce Cornet investigated these Fake Planes years ago. as here, and summed up the following properties associated with airborne night-time objects in Pine Bush, NY area:
· Imagery roughly mimicking aircraft behavior, lighting, and changing patterns and intensity of lighting.
· Certain data characteristics remaining constant or nearly so such as times of performances (dusk to Midnight) and places of performances.
· Stealth in appearance (i.e. low observable).
· Flaring of headlights during initial approach to the camera.
· Strobes that can resemble the colors and positions of navigation lights on conventional aircraft, but morph and change position, color, and number.
· Aspects of flight patterns that resembled the aerodynamic performances of conventional aircraft.
· Sounds that resembled those of conventional aircraft, but when spectrographically analyzed they are quite different from the sounds of conventional aircraft, and belie their exotic nature. The sounds were synthetic, composed of numerous individual frequencies blended together to produce a jet-like sound.
· Ability of objects to travel at speeds well below the stall speed of conventional fixed-wing jets and propeller-driven aircraft.
· Ability of objects to stop in air, make sharp right angle turns while moving, and to fly sideways and even backwards.
· Ability of objects to do maneuvers which would be difficult for even the best human pilots to perform, and suicidal to make at night and below 1,000 feet altitude over wooded areas, such as rolling over and flying upside down.
· Ability of objects to unfold and fold up its wings, and to fly without wings.
· Ability of objects to cut all sound and to produce harmonic sounds rather than sounds typical of turbine or propeller-driven aircraft.
· Ability of objects to travel at supersonic speeds without making a sonic boom or creating any noise or significant air turbulence.
· Unusual shapes, which range from triangles to diamonds and boomerangs, and the ability to blend in with the night background and reflect