The UFO Phenomenon
Montana doctor captures images of UFOs
By T.K. Randall
December 26, 2015 · 55 comments
O'Connor used motion-activated cameras to capture the image. Image Credit: sxc.hu
Dr. Richard O’Connor has taken photographs of two silvery objects using special motion-sensing cameras.
The 60-year-old, who worked as an anesthesiologist at St. Peter's Hospital in Helena before he retired, has spent many years attempting to capture evidence of UFOs in the skies over Montana using two Reconyx Hyperfire PC 900 Trail cameras which are activated by movement.
When the system picks something up it takes 20 pictures at one-second intervals and so far the cameras have taken more than 2,800 photographs of birds, planes and other objects in the sky.
Back in November however O'Connor managed to capture something a little more unusual.
The picture, which shows two smooth cylindrical objects, has generated some heated debate on social media with Internet users arguing over whether the photograph is genuine.
"Basically what you see is a very symmetrical, smooth and reflective surface that appears to have its own light source," O'Connor said during an interview with the Detroit Free Press. "In my opinion, even a hardened skeptic would say ‘Wow, that is what I expect a UFO would look like.'"
Source: New York Daily News
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