Case File Status: Likely Explainable
The following case was submitted to The Black Vault / TBV Investigations on March 13, 2018. It was assigned to TBV Investigations’ researcher Michael Glenn for analysis.
“I thought this was a plane but it appears to hit something in the air and kept on flying as if nothing happen!”
Video was run through Adobe Premiere to enlarge the object, and run filters.
Adjusted with INVERT and noticed a shadowy shape in front of and behind the object at 0:16:20 and :21, Object appears solid.
Adjusted with AUTO CONTRAST, adjusting the levels to Black Clip, 10%, and White clip .99%.
Found a lip, such as a roof soffit or gutter in the foreground which the unknown passes IN FRONT OF.
See Still 007 and 009.
There are also artifacts at 0.:17:14 when the object is supposed to “disappear.”
Preliminary conclusion is that this is a water droplet, or snowflake, as it does appear to be snowing, which is passing over the lens of the camera.
The artifact is likely where the droplet crosses across oil or dirt on the lens.
Another indicator it is likely water is the shape changing of the blob frame by frame. The most likely conclusion is that the object is moisture on the lens of the camera.