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« Reply #30 on: Feb 20th, 2013, 9:19pm »

on Feb 20th, 2013, 6:39pm, Reasoner wrote:
Found it! I found the building

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caldwell_County_Courthouse_(Texas)

Hrm. Something something very odd something.

Doing a drive time between that spot (the courthouse) and the town of Lampasas is 100 miles. That seems to be an awful long way to go to use a shooting range, especially since there are closer ones.


Yet member AlienSoul remembers taking the photos of the sighted unknown object, next to the building, while IN Lampasas.

on Feb 20th, 2013, 10:24am, AlienSoul wrote:
While I was in Lam Pasas and saw the object, I stopped the car since I was near a red light. Took both photos, the object remained in the same place for a remaining two minutes then it looked like it started spinning around and took off.
That was all I could honestly remember.



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« Reply #31 on: Feb 21st, 2013, 01:20am »

Dear AlienSoul:

I do find your picture interesting. I also think you aren't remembering things straight. I think from here forward, if you are ever again lucky enough to spot something anomalous, you should take the time soon after it happens to write down as many details as you can. Time of day, location you were at, etc. etc.

I will keep looking and see if I can find some news about any mysterious crashes in the area of Lockhart. But not knowing the date, it's going to be hard to correlate them.

And not to be even MORE of a poopoo head, you did capture SOMETHING, but it's not conclusive what it was. I had a sighting on here, and was chagrined to find it was probably a blimp. Because I had given a pretty accurate description of my location, time of day, and date of sighting, one of the board members was able to check and find a blimp service that operated in that area, as well as a big football game that was going down at that time on that date. Sure I wanted it to be THEM, but I'm glad to know the truth, even if it is mundane. The truth is a good place to be, and we here all trying to find it. So definitely, keep looking! But please, try and make sure to get the details down while they are fresh.
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« Reply #32 on: Feb 21st, 2013, 2:48pm »

3 pages to discuss a ufo that's so blurry it could be a smudge on the lens...?

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« Reply #33 on: Feb 21st, 2013, 3:47pm »

It's an exercise in analytical rigor. We could dismiss it as a smudge and nothing more. What would that avail? New people wouldn't post because we'll just shoot them down.

In this particular case, a lot of us got antsy because the facts were not cohesively presented. If he had said less, we would spend more time on the photo itself (which wasn't proffered right away anyways). But he said a fair amount, just not... enough of the things we wanted to know.

It COULD be a smudge, but I don't think it is. Purr pointed out that with the sun behind the target, it could be a part of the roof structure that becomes "disassociated" as a trick of the back lighting, but having found the building for ourselves and getting a clearer picture of it, it doesn't appear to be a part of the roof structure.

I do think that it could have been an effect of the sun's back lighting, that it was a more normal aircraft, but because of time of day, it looked weird (news copter, or anything really). Sometimes a viewer's perspective or vantage point is in just the right spot to make anything in an area of the sky look surreal. I think MANY misidentifications happen this way. But without a time and date, it gets harder to track what kind of traffic was in the sky, or if there were any local reports of anomalous air traffic.

It is blurry. That makes it not at all conclusive. It may inform some other report, though, if it were out there.
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« Reply #34 on: Feb 21st, 2013, 3:50pm »

Also. I think, though the building isn't as crisply in focus as the example wiki picture of it, that the whole of the picture is pretty good quality. AlienSoul just wasn't able to get the craft (or bird, or whatever it is) in focus enough for anything definitive. Could be the way the camera settings were, taking a picture with that much sun in it.
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