Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Waldo Canyon Fire - Was It a UFO Behind The Helicopter?

Was it a drone, UFO or C-130 plane?
This craft filmed behind a helicopter from news footage of the Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs, has sparked controversy online. Some say the cylinder like object was in fact a C-130 plane however others argue the planes weren't flying till the next day.
We would like your comments on this footage:

9 comments:

Nemesis said...

Although the video is not very clear, the Helicopter's distinctive shape is so obvious to the observer that it could not be argued that it is not a Helicopter. Similarly, a C130 also has a distinctive shape, particularly the tailplane and stablizer which is mounted high at the back of the aircraft and is quite large, as is the main wing which also accommodates four engines. There is obviously no wings, engines or distinctive tailplane that would identify the object behind the helicopter as a C130 or any fixed aircraft that I know of.

It appears that the object caught on this video and flying behind the Helicopter, is to all intents and purposes unidentified and of a construction that bears no resemblance to any known man made aircraft.

JamesDeVere said...

That's convincing. UFOs, 'showed up,' in several natural disaster zones. Unsurprising. Thnks

JamesDeVere said...

Very convincing. UFOs are often seen in natural disaster zones.

JamesDeVere said...

Good daylight sighting.

JamesDeVere said...

Great shot of a daytime signting

Kibby said...

Do you remember unmanned aircraft that looks like UFO? I believe we did have an article about it a few weeks ago...

Anonymous said...

I have never seen a silver c130 or one smaller and slower than a helicopter.

Anonymous said...

Beware of the wannabee UFOs. They left one parked on the side of a highway last week, might be testing our reactions

Anonymous said...

This looks like a reflection of the helicopter. I have seen this happen on several occasions. The sun will cause a mirror image, and i think this is the case here.