June 5, 2015

French Open: Plane shadow flying BACKWARDS caught on camera (FULL VIDEO) June 2015, UFO Sighting News.




Date of sighting: June 2015
Location of sighting: Stade Roland Garros, France

This shadow of a large plane was seen going backwards and caused many people to ask what it was. Some try to say its a camera on a cable with a plane for advertising. If that were true, then why can't we see the cable? As you see in the first screenshot, the only shadow is that of a plane. Shadows don't  just disappear, the cables should be visible. Therefore, this is not a camera on a cable. SCW

News states:
French Open: Plane shadow flying BACKWARDS caught on camera - Mystery plane filmed flying BACKWARDS during French Open - "Mysterious 'backwards-flying' plane at French Open" (VIDEO) The mysterious BACKWARD-FLYING plane shadow at the French Open, explained. When Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens went up against each other yesterday, spectators noticed something strange on court. Eagle-eyed tennis fans spotted the shadow of a plane flying backwards on court during the French Open yesterday. It appeared during a break in play as Serena Williams took on Sloane Stephens. Spectators were left scratching their heads after watching the plane's silhouette retreat across the screen. French Open: Plane shadow flying BACKWARDS caught on camera. Mystery plane filmed flying BACKWARDS during French Open. Plane shadow flying backwards during French Open. Mystery plane flying backwards during French Open. "Mysterious 'backwards-flying' plane at French Open" Dozens of confused fans took to Twitter to express their confusion. Zeb Goodman wrote: "Can someone explain to me why the plane shadow is going backwards?" Sam William wrote: "Why was the shadow of the plane going backwards at the French open? It's weirding me out!? Anyone else see it?" And in other footage, from Andy Murray's game last week, the same plane is clearly seen in the sky flying backwards.


16 comments:

  1. It was a miniature plane with a camera attached to cables. You can see the video and pics online :)

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  2. Whaaat !!! a plane flying backwards ? what happened to physics !!!

    Sorry for my bad English i'm French.

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  3. Both videos have different people movement in the same area makes this to be a foul play?

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  4. lol, i was at rolland garos this week, it's just miniature plane "camera" sponsored by "Fly emirates" that moves back and forth. the wires are up, not along sides, hence the fact you don't see it...

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  5. it`s the shadow of the camera !

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  6. Perhaps the plane is being drawn into whatever might be in that cloud.

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  7. The bizarre sight was the result of an advertising campaign by airline company Fly Emirates, which decided to sponsor the French Open's wire camera by affixing a model plane to it. That reality is much lamer than the potential invention of backward-flying planes, but it's a pretty clever move on Fly Emirates' part. The wire camera automatically moves back and forth to capture the action, and when the sun is in the right spot, the mounted plane casts a shadow that draws some incredulous stares when it travels in reverse. Even that miraculous sight couldn't take eyes off the main stage Wednesday, though, as Novak Djokovic ousted Rafael Nadal in straight sets to hand the Spaniard his second French Open loss in 72 matches

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  8. The bizarre sight was the result of an advertising campaign by airline company Fly Emirates, which decided to sponsor the French Open's wire camera by affixing a model plane to it. That reality is much lamer than the potential invention of backward-flying planes, but it's a pretty clever move on Fly Emirates' part. The wire camera automatically moves back and forth to capture the action, and when the sun is in the right spot, the mounted plane casts a shadow that draws some incredulous stares when it travels in reverse. Even that miraculous sight couldn't take eyes off the main stage Wednesday, though, as Novak Djokovic ousted Rafael Nadal in straight sets to hand the Spaniard his second French Open loss in 72 matches

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  9. I'm not sure where you get the idea that you should be able to see the wires. The company spent who knows how many million francs on the silly thing, it'd be pretty damn lame if you could see em. Also using a cell phone to record a TV screen is hardly the best evidence.

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  10. Our 'friends' are toying with us, again!!

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  11. It's not a plane. If you screen shot it, zoom and filter it, you can tell its not a plane. Some of the parts are not even connected to each other.

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  12. If the aircraft was flying into the sun but descending quickly could it not cause the illusion?

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  13. For one thing, u can't hear a plane, and the shadow was pretty dark so I'm sure there'd be a reaction from the crowd and players. It's the French open. Couple thousand people from toddlers to elderls are there. It was probably a balloon ffs.
    Who ever is saying its some mysterious shit. Your a goddamn fucking goof. Go back to pornhub and jerking your fucking dicks constantly cuz y'all are a bunch of fucking morons who need to learn some common sense. Tell all your mom's I said hi...weirdos

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  14. For one thing, u can't hear a plane, and the shadow was pretty dark so I'm sure there'd be a reaction from the crowd and players. It's the French open. Couple thousand people from toddlers to elderls are there. It was probably a balloon ffs.
    Who ever is saying its some mysterious shit. Your a goddamn fucking goof. Go back to pornhub and jerking your fucking dicks constantly cuz y'all are a bunch of fucking morons who need to learn some common sense. Tell all your mom's I said hi...weirdos

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