Oh-not in denial and that was not my point. Know one can really tell, and i've never seen an object (UAV) hover sideways, unless the perv was carrying a packageYou are in denial if you think perverts have not used drones to do this. If the video is real or not, you can rest assured that there are creeps out there using drones like this.
I'm sure the video is real, but I doubt that's really a drone. The lights and angle of the object are unrealistic. Some of these inexpensive surveillance cameras can produce very strange artifacts in night mode with IR illumination on.You are in denial if you think perverts have not used drones to do this. If the video is real or not, you can rest assured that there are creeps out there using drones like this.
Agreed, at 00:42 shows a tree covering the back yard, highly unlikeley the pilot flew up as it's shown. at 01:32 you can see through the "so called drone" as it goes up. Reflection in the lens is spot on Congoblue!It looks more like reflections of some car lights or something - when it crosses the trees you would expect to see the body of the drone but there is nothing visible.
You can see how the global drone paranoia could make you think it was someone spying though.
I saw it too... I think its crap personally but the news will run with it.I saw this on my local news yesterday. I called bs on it from the moment I saw it. The yard doesn’t exactly favor night flying. Also, what are you going to see in the dark with a drone? I mean honestly.
I agree. I use IR trail cams for work and also home security and there are often similar artifacts. As others have said, you can see between the two inner "lights" (go to 2:01).I have an outside security camera and you get all sorts of weird artifacts from passing car lights.
It is an interesting view into how the media influences how people think, as a result of the camera this lady is now totally paranoid about being watched and is making sure all her neighbours are too. She will probably spend hours each day reviewing the footage to make sure "he" hasn't been back and will not feel safe in her own house. But in fact there was nobody there and nothing has changed.
"I'm really glad I know this was happening, instead of being inside and not knowing somebody was looking in."
"It's not going unnoticed and we want him to stop."
So she wrote a letter and went door-to-door, telling everyone on her block to be aware: An unwanted presence could be peeping through their windows.
"Nobody knew that was happening, I'm making sure that we prevent this from happening again."