9 Ratings:


  • Pindz
  • uploaded: Oct 5, 2009
  • Hits: 89


  • Thieu4u#

    Thieu4u October 13, 2009 2:03:06 AM CEST

    Sorry but don't buy this comment of the video. Orson Wells radioprogram was on 30 october 1938. So very bad timing if this was a celibration of his war of the worlds. It would be much more convincing if the fisherman themselve would tell it was a hoax. But I don't see them anywhere. I don't say it is proof for real but be aware for the debunkers. They are professionals too these days. By the way, who is the debunker. Mister nobody. Maybee the effort to debunk this video is because of the succes of the exopolitical conference in Barcelona some weeks ago. Do you get it !!!!

  • Ghost32#

    Ghost32 October 7, 2009 5:38:18 AM CEST

    known fake before it was even posted, another failed hoax

  • Sayanwarrior#

    Sayanwarrior October 6, 2009 7:33:16 PM CEST

    Do you think the ufo in the water is real?for me this looks real.sorry for my crappy english.

  • Lordgaga#

    Lordgaga October 6, 2009 2:50:27 PM CEST

    Pofessional CGI.You are not involved.

  • Flecktarn#

    Flecktarn October 5, 2009 10:50:19 PM CEST

    at least the woman reading the news was a hottie

  • Cdr123#

    Cdr123 October 5, 2009 9:01:25 PM CEST

    well what do you expect from the spanish!And this is their claim to fame-sad, very, very sad.

  • Captchaos#

    Captchaos October 5, 2009 8:46:30 PM CEST

    I think i understood about three words total, other that Oreson Wells.I thought the beach scene was bull shit from the start,my thoughts on that was there would be damage to the surrounding sand if it had crash landed, and the sand looked packed so i knew it was bogus. I hadnt given much thought to the ship scene, too much going on in that one..

  • Pindz#

    Pindz October 5, 2009 7:13:33 PM CEST

    it was very professional :)

  • Rawdney#

    Rawdney October 5, 2009 7:08:42 PM CEST

    So it was professional. Thanks for posting this. These guys wasted about 4 hours of my time, but I guess it was fun. :)

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