The Daily Mail Hits New Low In UFO Reporting! Oct 11, 2011 17:01:36 GMT 1
Post by uforn on Oct 11, 2011 17:01:36 GMT 1
The Daily Mail Hits New Low In UFO Reporting!
The UK tabloid ( The Daily Mail ) hits a new low in its reports of UFO sightings. The article and picture below just goes to show how much research the MSM do on the subject of UFO's. They will print any old crap that is put to them.
Here's The Daily Mails Headlines:
|Another flight of fancy for conspiracy theorists as 'UFO' is caught on camera off Cornish coast|
Spotting a UFO is not the kind of sight-seeing you expect to find when you go on holiday.
But that is exactly what one man chanced upon without even realising it when he thought he was taking a picturesque photograph of the sea.
The witness had been taking a stroll in Black Head at Trenarren near St Austell, Cornwall at around 5pm on August 1, when he pulled out his camera to capture a snap of the sea.
Inexplicable: It seems that no-one can come up with a convincing explanation for this mysterious object
In a strange twist, it was not until he later downloaded the photograph from his digital camera onto his computer that he noticed the mysterious 'flying object' hovering above.
The photograph of the circular object has now been unveiled at the Cornwall UFO Research Group (CUFORG), which was founded by Dave Gillham in 1995.
He said: 'The person who took the photo never saw anything in the area while taking the photo.
'It was only when he got home and downloaded it onto his computer that he saw an object - a disc shaped craft, hovering just above the sea.
'There appear to be two trails of water beneath the object which looks as though they are falling from it in to the sea.
'It could be that the object has just emerged from the sea.'
It is this kind of Media coverage of UFO's that does the most damage to the subject of UFO's.
This quote made me laugh ;D
|Inexplicable: It seems that no-one can come up with a convincing explanation for this mysterious object|
Are they for real ?? This is a very clear photo of a Seagull.
And we wonder why we are not taken serious on the subject