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Video excerpt; shown in two modes - normal speed then slo-mo

Anomalous, Darting, Aerial Lightform Over Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK

I finished going through the video (first time round) today. Over one
thousand five hundred screenshots and am sure that there are hundreds
more different shapes still to extract. Phenomenal! 

Below is the report.

I had the Nikon P900 camera (with Manfrotto tripod) on mostly
automatic settings, using the night sky option. Not being an expert, I
don't know if I could have improved the camera's settings to achieve
the best results.

Camera and settings:
Nikon P900
Video: HD
Frame width, 1920 x 1080
60 frames per second
Colour representation: SRGB
Exposure programme: normal
Shutter speed: 1/15 second
ISO: 1600
F-stop: F/6.3
Maximum aperture: 2.9
35mm focal length: 1200
Saturation: normal
Sharpness: normal
White balance: auto

I was mulling over the spectacular form-changing objects filmed on the
off-chance on 27 December, late evening between 10.30 and 11.30 p.m
above the town, Scarborough, near Seamer road. The principal object
that persisted was one that I found by panning the camera over the
night sky. So I could see this in the camera's window and started
filming, having then partially extended out the zoom to get a closer
view. It appeared to be darting about, rather like the movements made
by a moth, but I think this was the tripod's slight movements
magnified by the zoom. If it's possible for a continuously
form-changing entity to have a characteristic shape, then that would
be a cranium viewed from the top, over which draped some sort of
membrane with folds creating very dark (black) shadows. A bright
translucent blue coloured shape is invariably juxtaposed with a
smaller or drab-shaped form. This object appeared to change its size
from any degrees of small to large. Definitely the most extraordinary
phenomenon filmed on video all year, which is saying something because
there have been some weird entities filmed in and around south bay,

Animated GIF
Above GIF animation of various images taken from video

If it looks too good to be true then perhaps it is. It occurred to
me that what I witnessed may perhaps have been a hologram projection
into the night sky! I quote the following from a web-published article
seen this week:

Article by Dr Kathy J. Forti, entitled “Strange Holograms in the Sky”,
May 6, 2015
Quoted text from this article (free use).

“The U.S. military and NASA have been experimenting with Holographic
Projection since 1978 in a program known as Project Blue
Beam...Holographic projection, also known as 'strategic perception
management,' can turn the whole sky into a one big LCD screen to beam
holograms from multiple space-satellites and aerial drones. Ever
wonder why the U.S. has over 1,000 active satellites in space? They’re
not just for weather and spying. These satellites have the capability
of beaming images off each other to create a 360 degree Disneyland
movie theater. Outmoded transparent hologram images have been replaced
with holograms that can project full sound, light, heat, and
everything needed to make it Hollywood believable...Real UFO
experiencers report craft that are eerily SILENT. But, who knows, the
military might be perfecting this distinction as well.”

Of course, most people were in bed at the time I was filming and to
project a hologram at such a time when few, if any, would notice it
would seem like a waste of time. When I was filming the sky, I took
this for a very bright star and the darting about caused by my
tripod's movement. I wasn't filming what I thought was an
unidentified. The numerous different and weird shapes it was making
could not be seen with the naked eye, or on the back of the camera
while shooting. What I could see playing back the video on the back of
the camera was a very bright fast-rotating and fast-changing object
that left the camera frame a few times and then darting back into view
(or it was my tripod causing it to be lost from view). The numerous
different shapes it presented made me think it might have been a
tumbling meteor, showing different sides, giving the illusion of
altered shape, but when blown up, the many transformations did not
look like a meteor, though a good many of its shapes were rock-like.
Some were, as mentioned above, skull-like viewed from above, others
were variations on a snake's head, some had geometrical structure, one
looked crystalline, some looked organic, like a bit of bone with some
flesh on the end, others like some sort of silvery bright space craft
with black windows, or like various (though not specific) tropical
seashells. In one frame, it split momentarily into two and then in the
next frame it had coalesced into another single shape, entirely
different. The object as it transformed, also took on different
colours, mostly of a translucent mid-blue.

I was disturbed while filming this by a neighbour coming out of his
house and walking past my yard and as I didn't want to be seen with my
equipment, in case misconstrued, I quickly retreated into the house.

So I can't say if this thing persisted for much longer than I filmed
it. It is the first "unidentified" that I have recorded of its type this year,
insomuch that the object was actually visible at the time with the naked eye,
albeit, looking through the camera's window.

It's strange that I should have struck lucky when it was the first time I've
recorded a night sky and I was only filming during about ten minutes,
the weather being very chilly. Only four short videos were made, some
less than a minute in duration, and two of these had nothing of interest on.

Stephen Gamble