Somebody call Fox Mulder because we've got ourselves an honest-to-goodness x-file on our hands, thanks to a female amateur photographer. With that in mind, get out your "I Want To Believe" posters, because according to those who've reviewed the image, it's not a fake. The images of the UFO were taken by Corinne Federer, who lives in Amsterdam. As you can probably tell, the unidentified flying object was not the focus of her photographs. Instead, Federer was taking pictures of the Muiderslot Castle, and upon reviewing her pictures, she noticed the object, which appears in the right side of the lead image.
While there are other images of the flying object in additional pictures, none showed it more clearly than the one leading this article. Once she noticed the object, Federer changed the image's gray scale, providing us a better idea of what it is she photographed:
Of the her find, the photographer had this to say, "I've been shooting for quite some time and I've seen other stuff in the news, but I've never seen anything [like this] with my own eye. It was a tubular-shaped object that had an S-shaped fin on it. If it had been any type of missile, it would've had multiple fins, but facing the same direction." Over at the Huffington Post, they contacted an ex-FBI agent, Ben Hansen, who had this to say about the image: "Having reviewed the raw files, there's no overt indication that the photos have been manipulated with post editing software."
With that in mind, what do you think? My first impression was something similar to the javelin Lamar used in Revenge of the Nerds, save for that whole curved fin thing.