Those who say that UFO photos are always blurred and too far away to be able to identify them can not say the same about the images were taken by two men in Australia.
The photos and selfies are just above what they say are the remains of an alien spacecraft, even its beer can is clearly visible. What is “blurry” now, is exactly what it could be .
This case belongs to MUFON and is the number 99,500, which can also be seen on the UFO Stalker website. Obviously, the report is not made by the actual witnesses/photographers and was submitted two years after the alleged discovery.
“They called some friends and told them that they would come to pick them up to show them the object. When they returned a few hours later, the site had been cleaned and there were no remains of it. There was a police tape but everything else was gone. They took some pictures with their phones before and after. “
The post of MUFON was picked up by the intrepid observers of the UFO portal Texas UFO, who uploaded the photos to their website and social networks, where the skeptics focused on the idea that the supposed debris seemed to come from a movie.
And that’s entirely possible since the film crew has used Monte Macedon (the name of the city and the mountain where it sits), especially for the scenes of the 2009 science fiction film “Knowing”, the film of terror “Do not be afraid of the dark.”
However, those scenes were filmed four years before the alleged UFO accident was discovered, enough time for it to deteriorate (movie sets are not made to last) or to be vandalized.
Macedon is also located a few kilometers from the location of Hanging Rock, the famous geological formation that has great spiritual and cultural significance for the Dja Dja Wurrung, Woi Wurrung, and Taungurung tribes.
Then there is the “police barrier tape”. That is the strangest part of this report. Why would the police be called to remove a set of old movies and why would they cordon off the area with yellow tape? It does not sound like things were from a movie … or a picnic … Any ideas?
Whatever it is, this sounds like a great argument for a new movie in a beautiful place that is cheaper to shoot than Hollywood. What do you think about it? Leave your comment below.