Wavy Looking Object Photographed by Game Camera.

Location of Sighting: Fairmount, Georgia
Date of Sighting: May 17, 2019
Time of Sighting: 10:28 PM EDT

UNKNOWN WAVY OBJECT FOUND IN GAME CAMERA IMAGE.
UNKNOWN WAVY OBJECT FOUND IN GAME CAMERA IMAGE.

Description: It was only there for a second. Even the cat was looking at it. I am not sure what it was maybe you can help!

Note: I believe that the object in the photo is an insect. The longer time exposure setting for night photos could produce a shape as seen in the photo.

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7 Responses to Wavy Looking Object Photographed by Game Camera.

  1. Roger Kaputnik says:

    P.S. sorry, forgot to mention, Art Bell had really good coverage about this particular phenomenon reported mostly in south america caves when first consumer grade digital cameras became available to the general public.

  2. Roger Kaputnik says:

    It is a moth to be exact. I am getting godzillion of those tripping camera alarm every dry night.

  3. Lori W. says:

    If you blow this photo up, the “insect” has flat round levels, sharp 90 degree edges. It looks to me to be three objects flying wing to wing. It cannot be a multiple framed “insect” since nothing else in the picture is “blurred” or duplicated. This looks solid and metallic. In my opinion, the fact that it appeared/disappeared may have something to do with failure of cloaking operation. The field cams are infrared and see higher levels of light.

    • Administrator says:

      Thanks for your comments. With the long exposure setting for night you are looking at several frames which distorts the real shape of the object.

  4. WestcoastDeplorable says:

    I think you’re right about the insect. I have seen this same image before.

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