"FRESNO, Calif. -- On July 8, 1947, a crash in Roswell, N.M. described by local papers as a "flying saucer" lit a fire in America: UFO fever. And today, just over 65 years later, some Central Californians believe the region remains a UFO hotspot, the bottom leg of a "UFO triangle" as mysterious as Bermuda's.
Jeffrey Gonzalez is one of such, the founder of Sanger Paranormal Society and a UFO chaser for the past four years. He even runs a 24-hour UFO hotline: people call and he investigates claims of UFO sightings.
"No, I'm not crazy. It's an obsession, it's a hobby," Gonzalez told FoxNews.com.
He works as a phone company technician during the day and solves mysteries of the unknown during his time off. He says his background in electronics helps him use the tools to investigate the paranormal.
"I go out to the location to where these events happen, I'll talk to the witnesses I will take reference points and I will make sure it's real," he said.
Gonzalez drives a research vehicle or "Paranormal Ambulance" equipped with the requisite gear necessary to investigate UFOs: a Geiger counter, an EMF scanner, infrared cameras, and of course, a Sony HandyCam camcorder with night vision."
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YES. NOW what have I told you all about representing t3h Sony Handycam w/night shot series hi-8 old dinosaur cameras??! That's right, they are to be represented!!! In da house :) How cool that the UFO hunter dude knows "whats up". I have tried several different models of the Sony Handycams with nigh vision and I find that the newer the model, the less IR capability it will have until you get up to today's HD cameras which have no IR at all, typicallly. So you can get one of these for anywhere from $40 - $200 depending on if you go craigslist, ebay, pawn shop or whatev. THE MODEL I SUGGEST:
derp. it has 3 night vision modes. huge LCD screen. manually adjustable focus ring around the lense. i likey thus far but avoid the DCR-TRV56 :/