Courchesne Video - "The Wingless Wonder"

The Courchesne video, allegedly filmed by Luc Courchesne (the Canadian artist who works in the field of interactive art)...






...shows a fairly convincing image of a Boeing 767-200...







...if it were not for a slightly misplaced port engine nacelle, various aerodynamic surfaces blinking on and of throughout the sequence...







...the port wing and port tail fin partially absent during the impact...







...the absence of the port wing root/port fairing and a peculiar highlight down the entire right hand side of the fuselage that was not reproduced by Flight Simulator and therefore cannot be a 'specular highlight' or any kind of reflection.

More surprisingly the 'pod' is absent from the frame shown here but it did appear earlier in this same clip when the UA175 aircraft first came into the camera's field of view. The 'pod' should be visible in this piece of film because we have a clear view of the underside of the airframe at all times from the aircraft's appearance to it's 'vanishing' into WTC2.

The airframe has a ghostly appearance, is devoid of colour and does not look like a real object:







It isn't any Boeing 737 as shown below:







Even the largest Boeing 737, the B737-900 isn't as big as the Boeing 767-200:







If we ignore the suspicious trajectory seen by the 'aircraft' in this video and the 'Wingless Wonder' phenomena the aircraft exhibits in rolling film it might just pass for a real Boeing 767-200 with a silver livery.


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