Thursday, December 18, 2008


The YouTube video titled, "weird black triangle UFO with red lights with laser. Spaceship?" is an admitted hoax. The YouTuber (jnd1996) who posted this video admitted the following.

This is a fake UFO created by Jeff Wilson of Morristown, Tennessee. This was done to give researchers information on how to spot hoaxes. This video was filmed in August of 2007. This is a video was on a cheap camera I found when Hiking in the Smokey Mountains.

The craft was a large black triangle that was lifted in the air with a 14ft diameter advertising helium balloon. It weighed about 10 pounds and as seen in the video it included 3 bright red leds light pods on each corner, a 200mw stage laser, 3 blue led's inside light defusing glass on the rear, and a 4 stage round Electroluminescent (also known as EL) light in the center. It was about 400 feet in the air at night in the mountains outside Asheville, NC. There were stars out but they DID not show up on the video.

We put this video up to show people how sometimes videos can be deceiving. This Video and the annual contest was discussed on Coast to Coast AM. Joshua P. Warren was on the show last night 10-11-08 and prior to the contest this past August Joshua and Jeff Wilson (the creator of this craft) were on discussing it.

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The only thing I see here is that this video was purposely uploaded to YouTube as a hoax. If the contest had something to teach people about the capabilities of hoaxing then that could have been stated initially when the video was first shown on September 29, 2008. The YouTuber states above that Joshua P. Warren (who promoted the contest) was on Coast to Coast on October 11, 2008 talking about the video. I find it real convenient that the YouTuber updated his video comment on October 12, 2008, one day after the show. I'm assuming here but I think that Warren did not know that such a video was put up on YouTube from the contest (as a hoax) and probably asked him to remedy the situation, which he did the very next day by telling everyone that it was a hoax.

Just the same, why would Warren promote such an event. We more than have enough hoaxers already. Why would you want to teach others how to hoax a UFO not only in the United States but around the world by allowing such a video to go up on YouTube? What's next, hoaxing ghost pictures? Atrueoriginall

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Roel said...

It gives people a sense of power.
Fooling another person with photo's/videos/stories/etc.

It makes them feel better and stronger. They do not yet understand that these feelings are false.

Misleading another person has serious inflictions upon your growth as a soul.
And they know it but do not oversee their future.

Roel Poelwijk
The Netherlands

Atrueoriginall said...

Very wise you are, very wise.