there are 2 local airports in the area for smaller crafts but they supposedly have no radar on sight. I can set up my own radar from the local boat shop but that will not validate that it is an official Aircraft.
I know for a fact that it is Lifeflight helicopters the lady is seeing but to convince her and her fan base I need some facts on paper so to speak.
Watching that video, especially the “blinkies”, I would say they are watching airliners going into and out of a large airport. On a clear night, you can spot the landing lights on an airliner 50 miles out, if it is above the horizon. We frequently do that here waiting on our last flight of the night to arrive. I always wonder what these people are smoking, when they see a light in the sky, and assume it is paranormal.
Thats one of the problems that has gotten to the point of possible cults forming and death threats being made. The faster I can shed light on this the faster we can move on to something else with our time.
I have met Alison and she is a a rather nice person but I would hate to see anyone get hurt. This is why I am asking for help from those of you that would know the most about these flights and lights and so on.
Any help would be great.
Anyone who is stupid enough to believe that the NV shots of “Blinkies” are UFO’s will not be swayed by hard evidence. Let’s just be glad that moron spent that $3300 on a camera, and not crystal meth.
Edit: LOL You can actually see nav lights when she zooms in on one of the “Blinkies” on her website. I will certainly leave the pulse lights on when flying over Western PA going to TEB late at night from now on, maybe I can be a Twinkler!
Good luck to you Marty. Alison may be a nice person but she’s already deeply rooted in an alternate reality… You nor anyone else will be able to convince her, or those that believe her, otherwise. You can’t fix stupid.