OWN VOICE VIDEO.
Taken Wed. 9/9/2020.
From a Miramar, resident.
Video shot from Alameda Ave. and Cortez.
Miramar is near Half Moon Bay, California.
I had woken late that morning, it was 9:00am. I usually wake up with the morning light, around 6:30am. I was shocked to discover what time is was and that it was still dark in my bedroom, at 9:00am. What was going on? Upon opening the bedroom shades, I discovered that the sky was quite darkened, making it appear to be close to nighttime. I quickly determined that it must be related to the smoke from the California fires, but how dark it was!! It was spooky.
I had to turn on lights as I moved around the house, amazed at how dark all the rooms were. All the nightlights were on. I decided to make a video with my phone to send to relatives and friends, and started with filming the downstairs of our house. My phone’s light automatically came on as I videoed. At 10:00am I went outside to film our front yard and street. By 11:30am it seemed to be getting darker, so I went outside to make another video. Our outdoor lights, which are photo sensitive, had came on, as it had gotten so dark.
As those who live in the SF Bay Area know from the experience, there was an eerie orange cast to the atmosphere. The video doesn’t quite capture that. I panned from south to north. As I panned back towards the south, I saw and captured a flash in the sky. My first thought was that it was lightening. I reviewed the video and discovered it was not a flash of light, but a rectangular bar shaped light that moved through the sky from south to north.
I immediately sent the video to a friend of mine who owns a film company. He was very intrigued and excited about it. He assured me it was not lens glare or anything related to my phone. He explained things in a technical sense about the capture and frames per second, way over my level of understanding. But, on slow, frame by frame examination, starting at :33, you can see that this is a moving beam of light, not just a flash, and it appears to move in and through the neighborhood, just a few hundred feet away.
What could it have been? My friend labeled it a UFO, stating that it definitely was “flying” and was not just a flash.
How is it that I actually captured it?
I believe the atmospheric conditions allowed the naked eye and camera to capture this.
Had we not had the particulates and smoke that day the light would not have been visible, not in normal daylight.
How is it that light is traveling in a rectangular shape? There are no right angles in nature.
Is it man-made electromagnetic pulse, or…..?
Let’s see if the people at the Discovery Channel have an answer.
What do you think?
From a Miramar resident. Video shot from Alameda Ave. and Cortez.