Never before in human history was it possible to record something instantly and share it with the entire world minutes later. Not only can we capture it with ease, we can do so in beautiful color with excellent sound, absolutely free. Keep your phone/camera with you at all times. All sorts of amazing things can happen at any time.
Have you heard an Unidentified Audible Object (UAO) lately? Did it scare you? Do you want people to believe what you heard is true? Here’s how!
- Don’t just point the camera at the sky. Show us your surroundings so we can get a sense of the environment around you. Show us your porch if it’s night time. We can glean clues from your location. Sounds recorded in a city can be anything but sounds in rural areas tend to be more specific.
- Don’t film the sky event from your window. If you can hear the noise inside your house that’s good. Start the video there and walk outside. This will give us a sense that the sound isn’t in your living room and is part of the outdoor atmosphere.
- Follow the sound if you can identify it’s direction. Show us your feet and a 360 degree view.
- Don’t talk constantly but do talk. Tell us what you think it is but give us a chance to hear it. As an extra bonus for the viewer, show your face.
- Tell us the date, time, general location, weather, or anything else you see in the sky. An example would be a strange cloud. I prefer this information while you film, but otherwise tell us in detail in the description area of your YT video.
- DO NOT edit your video. If you put a title screen on your video I’m instantly suspicious. Upload it preferably from your phone.
- Record it for as long as possible. Even if it means 20 minutes. The longer we hear it we can study any variation in the sound.
- Don’t jump to fantastic conclusions in your YT title. An example would be “Alien Trumpets of Doom”.