Unsolved Mysteries of Sports

Leo Ashcraft

A retired broadcast engineer, talk show host, news reporter - I have done everything there is to do in the radio broadcast business. I worked a year in television. I left that as my true passion has always been radio - plus I got tired of hearing - you have a face for radio.. I hope you enjoy my articles! Be sure to share them excessively on facebook - like our page and bug your friends with invites!

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  1. Chris says:

    I am an NFL Game Pass subscriber and I went to the archives to watch the segment in question of the Indianapolis Colts at New Orleans Saints from October 23rd 2011. The interstitial video segment was not a live feed but a recorded feed and the playback was sped up drastically during the broadcast. After the lower banner for Grimm disappears , you can see the vehicles and the pedestrians moving at a very rapid rate. Additionally, this camera angle is in the direction of the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. Therefore, the YouTube user reedickyaluss and the author of this article were fooled by airplanes. Technically, they were objects that were flying and because of the playback speed during the broadcast they could be classified as unidentified, making them UFO’s but not extraterrestrial craft. With just a little investigation, it could easily be determined what the objects were.

  2. Charles says:

    I know Henry he’s not an Alien

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