Since most of people do have a video recorder in their pocket (smartphones) less UFO footage are spo… by Tony Garcia
Answer by Tony Garcia:
No. Before cellphones were an ubiquitous appendage, people used Single Lens Reflex cameras, Kodak Instamatics, Polaroid Land instant cameras, and super 8 movie cameras to capture images of objects roaming the skies.
While images of Unidentified Flying Objects can be and often are faked, several of these early photographs and films were subjected to rigorous scientific analysis. Within the semi-scientific realm of ufology, serious research scientists like astronomer Jacques Vallée have found the provenance of UFOs to contain images that pass scientific scrutiny. Vallee believes UFOs are likely “windows” to other dimensions manipulated by intelligent, often mischievous, always enigmatic beings we have yet to understand.
Vallée commands respect. Even Philip Klass, the avionics expert and the media's favorite UFO-debunker, calls Vallee “one of the more distinguished members of the pro-UFO community.” Vallée , he adds, “is one of the brighter physical scientists who believes in UFOs.” His 1965 book, Anatomy of a Phenomenon, is still considered one of the most scholarly books on UFOs ever written.
In the late 1970’s I visited the National Archives in Washington, D.C. where I had viewed photographs and super 8 movie film that had undergone scientific analysis and been classified as “Unknown.” While hucksters continue to populate the internet with doctored renditions of interstellar spacecraft and extraterrestrial beings, I can say that some of the earlier unidentified craft truly are remarkable.