Waco FLIR Flashes (4)

From: Ian Goddard (igoddard@erols.com)
Date: Tue Jun 27 2000 - 04:16:37 MDT

As I began to see that at least some flashes on the 1993
Waco FLIR had to be reflections, I sought to isolate the
flashes most like gunshots. The flash sequence most like
machinegun fire occurs at 12:08 pm when six flashes suddenly
occur within one second in one location, Location 1. Wow,
they sure look like machinegun fire! However, comprehensive
analysis proves that (a) there is an object in Location 1
with a shape similar to the flashes, (b) nobody is ever
seen at or going to or from Location 1, and (c) Location-1
flashes differ from examples of known gunshots on FLIR.
This analysis is supported by a visible-light photograph
showing debris in Location 1 and a graph displaying flash
intensity over time, which suggest that the easiest-to-
believe explanation is that the flashes are reflections
of infrared solar energy on an object at Location 1:



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