FROM David Sarno
UFO Images on YouTube Have Believers, Skeptics Debating The videos " UFO Haiti " and " UFO Dominican Republic " recently hit the "most viewed" list on YouTube. As UFO's pass over the island shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic, "wind whips through palm trees, dogs bark and a woman gasps in disbelief--all very real seeming. The jerky, amateur camera work could easily be that of a panicked Caribbean tourist." That's according to a story in today's Los Angeles Times by David Sarno, who admits that even the creator finds public reaction "a little scary."
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