Mysterylights Group Message 0036

Subject: Re: Minor Updates
From: "Ray Schmitt" <rschmitt@...>
Date: 30 Aug 2001 09:17


I have  begun a documentary on sightings of strange phenomena in the Lost
River Valley of West Virginia.  My documentary project is spawned by first
hand accounts of lights, et al, seen by people out here.  These people have
contacted me because of the local publicity surrounding a sci-fi film I am
producing called "The Lights."  People keep asking me do I have any footage
of the lights?  I say, "no."  But even if I did, I tell them it could be
doctored up with PC imaging and they wouldn't believe it anyway.  Any chance
of getting a look at some of the footage you are talking about?

Ray Schmitt
Producer:  "The Lights"

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sean B. Palmer" <sean@...>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2001 7:42 AM
Subject: Re: [mysterylights] Minor Updates

> Hi there,
> > We've gotten some excellent video footage out here in
> > Ontario Canada along with some great pics. I'm still going
> > through these and will let you know when they are online.
> Are these on the Web yet? It's always great when someone comes up with
> ALP footage!
> > The videos were shot in both regular mode and night
> > vision using zoom. Colours observed were green, white,
> > amber, and red. The lights appeared to split and reform
> > both with the naked eye and optical devices. Any questions?
> > Speculation? I'd like to get out there with a spectrometer
> > in the near future.
> Getting a spectrometer on the lights would be a good idea; they tried that
> at Hessdalen, but the results were inconclusive. You might also want to
> a laser pointer, or (dare I say it), a shotgun - interaction with ALP is
> not often recorded, but of the two accounts I've heard of people shooting
> things at the lights, both times the lights "responded", once by splitting
> up into various colours and then reforming (gun at Hornet, as I recall),
> and another changing the frequency at which it flashed (laser at
> Hessdalen).
> > Any thoughts on Dr. Walker's P.P.E work?
> I've not come across it. Do you have a reference?
> Cheers,
> --
> Kindest Regards,
> Sean B. Palmer
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