The reports say it lasted a few minutes..seen by hundreds.
In that few minutes i think there should have been way more to take away for review then just one single video.
sounds more like click bait.
If so many people were to see something like this for real, it have allot of people on video ..how many people have cameras in there phones ?
give a few hundred people a couple of minutes to react and take photos or videos of this..
what gets me more ..is not how the city is out of the ordinary ..but how several hundred people didn't react properly to seeing this.
what happened to the pictures..the reports..the chiming in to unify the reports to make it matter to them..it should have really messed with allot of peoples heads. not something that so many people would not start trickling in through the youtube system or other information portals.
then again...there is the phenomenon that runs with this sort of thing to sensationalize it..
most people walk around with phones with cameras, and something like this just doesn't scream "qucik take a picture" to them? THAT is more the real phenomenon then this supposed city itself.
cant believe this to be more then a click bait video right now.