I was in my office in my detached garage. For no reason I picked up an older 3.2MP HP 733 digital camera and went outside. The camera must have been set to consecutive multiple shot mode. It was late (10:00pm-2:00am) and snapped 4 consecutive pictures one right after the other. I did NOT see the object AT ALL. However, when i loaded the pictures onto my computer sometime later I was shocked that I had taken them. I DID NOT remember doing this nor am I sure if I had a missing time experience. The date of 9-2-12 pm is when I actually dumped them to my hard drive. The photo names may give clue to their original date. The incident could have been up to several months to weeks before 9-2-12. Adding to this, I just recently came across the photos Last week. Needless to say I was bewildered.
In the four photos is plainly shown the acrobatic maneuvers of the object(s). Paying strict attention to the background stars not moving, it is obvious that this was not just a shaky camera hand causing the blurs, streaks, and 3d loops etc.
If you locate a star in the 1st photo it remains in the same place throughout the next three shots if you quickly slide through them. The photo properties shows a shutter speed for each picture was set at 1/30th of a second. Given this information, all four snaps took 2/15ths of a second.
I have seen similar photos of unknowns on the internet through the years and I think I have had an unexplainable event take place to myself and possibly my wife.
You must zoom in to FULLY understand the erratic motion.
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