The LA Times did a damaging mini-expose on some recent UFO videos that popped up on YouTube.
Specificially, they take down the famed “UFO Haiti” video caught supposedly by a passing tourist with a mini-camera.
They spotted several imperfections in the video and the story surrounding the video. The chief problems being that no one reported seeing a UFO in the area depicted in the video. They also claim it felt “too real” claiming that the video was able to track the object almost flawlessly. But the biggest giveaway were the trees. They apparently found two palm trees in the background that looked exactly the same. Gotcha.