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ufo shoots beam at woods


13 comments

  • Mucusinvasion#

    Mucusinvasion October 24, 2010 8:54:51 AM CEST

    Alison Kruse is indeed a hoaxer and has been debunked over 80 times on Youtube. Practically every video of hers has been debunked but she red flags the debunking videos as soon as they are posted. Some still exist on youtube if you look hard for them. Try doing a search for FlacidMerc or SeeingUFOzPA. Shysters like her should be tarred and feathered.

  • Coralbay00#

    Coralbay00 October 22, 2010 8:59:20 AM CEST

    you are the second person to say this. i did not know tbh and it's a shame if she is doing this. the question is why go to so much trouble? perhaps disclose.tv should approach her about it. thanks for comment.

  • Tylerdurden#

    Tylerdurden October 22, 2010 12:54:58 AM CEST

    I was mazed at her videos till i researched them and found she films terrestrial aircraft.Its a fact live with it the real thing is out there and the quicker this BS gets washed aside the quicker we will get to the core of real sightings.

  • Nzufologist#

    Nzufologist October 20, 2010 5:15:09 AM CEST

    Confirming this is real! cause here is another ufo that also shot a beam down:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkTBQR2U4lgSeeems this is the kinda thing "they" do analyzing our soil/trees/water/atmosphere...etc. There was also a case in Australia where a UFO pulled water up from a lake and dropped it back again...

  • Nzufologist#

    Nzufologist October 20, 2010 4:58:02 AM CEST

    It's definatly the real deal - easy! - LOOK closely! the "search beam/scanning beam" sync exactly with the pulse of the craft - so that proves it is NOT a hoax!

  • Cyberelf#

    Cyberelf October 19, 2010 6:49:07 PM CEST

    Alison Kruze is NOT a hoaxer....she has had loads of people with her on many occassions viewing what she has filmed....check out her other videos! A few people spread lies about her hoaxing..as per usual..the sheeple follow...

  • Bcgolddigger#

    Bcgolddigger October 19, 2010 1:37:16 PM CEST

    What a nice person you are Jetxvii, thanks for a more detailed and better explanation, cheers to you! :) we all need more people like you here.I hope the aliens show up soon this is getting monotonous. :)

  • anonymous#

    anonymous October 18, 2010 8:06:17 PM CEST

    BCgolddigger is right, this is a hoax but the beam is not fake.this is a video from a known hoaxer, her name is Alison Kruse, she takes videos of terrestrial aircraft and puts misleading title on the videos such as this video here to lure people into believing what they are seeing is a UFO or as she like to call them "transforming Alien aircraft."if anyone would examine to footage and then look up footage of a helicopter with an infrared searchlight, you would see that what she is filming here is exactly that. the way the area is floodlighted is accustom to how they search for missing people, objects or run general ground searches...the light you are seeing is a search light, or possibly an infrared searchlight, which is why you are seeing it with a night vision effect on the hoaxers camera...I hope that covers what this is and I was trying to be as nice as possible, but this is nothing more than a helicopter and Alison is known to hoax videos of our own aircraft, then proceeding to call them something else, even though with 5 minutes of comparisons you can find out they are our own aircraft....don't believe anything else that comes from her, if you think it's an ET it's not, she will put soundtracks to video's where the crafts are to close so you could hear them to mask over the sound to mislead the viewer into believing there is no sound.thanks.

  • Bcgolddigger#

    Bcgolddigger October 18, 2010 4:22:43 PM CEST

    The beam looks fake to me, the craft is far away and the beam is between the tree's branches.Therefore I call it a hoax, that's my two cent's worth.

  • Coralbay00#

    Coralbay00 October 18, 2010 2:14:05 PM CEST

    kinda half thought that too. we know of d.u.m.b's that are all over...cheers for the comment.



 
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