This is a personal, rather than a commercial blog, meant to present my theories and opinions about sky sound videos. Before the questionable Costa Rica and Conklin videos, it was less likely that the videos I found were fakes. I stand by many of the videos on this blog and believe some are very real. If I say it’s real or not, it’s my opinion and I leave open the possibility that I could be wrong. I always give reasons based on the facts. My reasons prove nothing.
This blog has gotten 40,000 post views since last Friday. This blog was lucky to get 100 hits a day until then. The two most read posts are “Creepy Sky Dragon Sound in Malaysia” and “A Very Disturbing Sound in Conklin”.
Youtube video blogger dutchsinse has created a term for these sky sounds. We can now call them UAOs or Unidentified AUDIBLE Objects. I like this because it just means a noise that isn’t known.
The landscape has now changed. Before last Friday I would find maybe one good video a week to discuss. Suddenly the internet is flooded with many sky sound videos. I feel it’s unlikely that suddenly there are ten sky events a day. This will make it very hard for me to choose the best and dissect it.
One of the most read posts on this blog is “Debunking Metallic Scraping Sounds: The Unconvincing Kiev Video”. I’ve received comments accusing me of being an “expert”. These comments are dripping with condescension and sarcasm. Well, I am NOT an expert. It’s called common sense, putting two and two together and a willingness not to always believe what I see and hear. It would be foolish to believe what we see and hear in this day and age is always true. Even a child can film the sky and overlay a “strange” manmade sound. MORE AFTER JUMP…
I will admit I love conspiracy theories and perhaps that’s why this interests me. I love the paranormal but just because I want to believe something doesn’t make it true. Same with religion, just because someone told me it’s true and I desperately want to believe, it does not make it so. Religion is based on faith and faith is not tangible.
It seems that many people on conspiracy websites want to believe the end is near. The reasons for this are many. I think it has to do with just being sick of the dysfunctional self-destructive world we live in, the idea that we aren’t alone in the universe or the idea that God is out for revenge and wants to torment his children before smiting them.
I will restate what I said below in the Conklin post. WHAT IF some of the metallic sky sound videos are real. What if just one of them is real. What if there is something very wrong in our world. What if those few real ones are ignored and dismissed as fakes. What if they are a message or a warning that could alter humankind’s destructive course. How can we possibly know until the sources are revealed.
Don’t be afraid of these sounds because as far as I know not a single person has been injured. Take them as presented without jumping to conclusions. Look at all of the possibilities. We went from believing the Conklin video to not, by picking it apart, paying attention to ideas and looking for clues. This blog is supposed to be fun but not a joke. Hopefully I can continue to bring certain videos into the spotlight even though because of the new hoaxes, I have no idea where to start.
(Insert 1/17: Oh my! Now I’m accused of being a viral marketing scheme for Cloverfield 2, LOL! People are trying to find my identity. Wow this is getting out of hand.)
P.S. If you’re hearing strange sounds please don’t just say so. Grab your phone and record them.