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Rods



Name given to a type of photographic anomaly showing a long thin object with small bulges along either side. For a time it was thought by some that these "rods" were an unidentified life form or that they were related to the UFO phenomenon however it has been satisfactorily demonstrated that the photographic effect is created by the beating of an insect's wings as it flies across the frame of the picture.

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