This Is Why You Should Take Internet Videos With A Large Grain Of Salt

Back in the day fake UFO photos could be created with a pie pan, some thin wire and a Kodak Brownie camera (the Model T of consumer cameras). These days we have some more resources at our disposal, and the things you can do in your den with some digital finagling would put even fairly recent Hollywood blockbusters to shame. This is why I just can't bring myself to look at recently produced UFO photos and videos anymore - I just know 99% of them at out and out fakes, regardless of how un-fake they look. I mean look at the short video below - the only way you know it's not real is because, well, it can't be real (and the videographer can't spell "fighter")...

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