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Netherlands UFO sighting photo was not manipulated: report

Photo evidence of an “S-shaped” UFO over a medieval castle by a woman in the Netherlands was apparently “not manipulated”, according to the Huffington Post.

Corinne Federer took the picture of the mysterious, odd-shaped flying mechanism while taking photographs of Muiderslot Castle near Amsterdam with her mother on May 25.

Ben Hansen, a former FBI special agent and lead host of “Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files,” said that there was no evidence that Federer’s image was fabricated.


Corinne Federer was taking multiple images to make a High Dynamic Range image of the Muiderslot Castle in the Netherlands when she happened to capture a UFO flying through her viewfinder. (Elyktra Photoart/May 25, 2013)

“Having reviewed the raw files, there’s no overt indication that the photos have been manipulated with post editing software,” he said.

In an interview she called the experience “kind of creepy” because “it was completely quiet out” when the UFO passed by.

Federer, a supply chain manager for Adidas in Amsterdam, was shooting a high dynamic range photo (that involves taking multiple images) to capture the image of the castle when she saw the “unidentified flying object” breezing through.


9 Comments to “Netherlands UFO sighting photo was not manipulated: report”

    Jake said:
    June 10, 2013 at 5:52 PM

    Looks like a cruse missile. I think most of the UFO's have been military craft. This one definitely looks like a missile of some type. The fact it was quiet is the way the jet exhaust is dispersed. The B1 stealth is silent as it goes over head until you are looking at the exhaust from behind the plane.

      kfoster said:
      June 10, 2013 at 10:30 PM

      I also thought it looks like a missile, probably being tested. There are a few with fins at that location along the body, although most have centrally mounted fins and a separate tail fin. If this is a missile, and it is banking, that could explain the absence of a third tail fin, it could be situated behind the body of the missile away from the viewer.

    allan said:
    June 10, 2013 at 9:42 PM

    And now everybody will want to visit this castle! This is called publicity.

    HongKongSteve said:
    June 10, 2013 at 11:32 PM


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