If The Drone Didn’t Capture This, Noone Would Believe This…
Drones are some of the most fascinating inventions in the modern world. They allow us to
explore areas that would have seemed inaccessible only a few decades ago. You could literally
do it all, from using it as a destructive robot to shoot fireworks on your friends or find a clown in
a cornfield. Let’s have a look at some clips you won’t believe in had they not been captured by
drones! Wait for number 1 to see a pack of tigers attacking a drone and shredding it to pieces!!
Number 10.) This strange footage shows the devastating aftermath of paradise, a town, burnt to
the ground due to a forest fire in California. The Camp Fire burned down thousands of buildings
and killed 86 people in Paradise around two years ago. Capturing the scope of the destruction
brought by the Campfire, now quantified as California’s worst-ever by death toll and structure
loss among other factors, is not something a drone tour can do alone, but still, we will show you.
Restrictions on aerial vehicles were lifted temporarily for the news organizations to bring the
footage of the aftermath in the town. The drone was flown just south of the Paradise town in the
video, through neighborhoods east of Clark Road and north of Bille Road. The whole town looks
completely flattened by the fire. The sight is completely terrifying and gives us an idea of how
devastating and scary nature can be.
Number 9.) Three Ottawa daredevils put a new twist on the old roman candle party prank by
mounting the fireworks on a drone that chases two of the men across a frozen lake, firing its
flaming volleys at them. “We play with fireworks a bit,” said Andy Stewart, who was the man at
the controls of the drone. Filmed with a GoPro camera, Stewart tossed the video up on his
YouTube channel where it now has more than a million views. Stewart was taking his shots at
his brother, Jason, and buddy Matt Trueman. The clip shows one of the targets lighting
firecrackers on the drone before rushing out onto the snowy surface of the bay. The drone can be
seen in hot pursuit. It looks like a robot attacking humans in a low budget sci-fi movie. The
drone looks like an old-style first-person shooter, as the roman candles attached to the drone can
be seen moving up and down, taking aim as flaming material is fired at the two runners. But this
stunt isn’t for everyone. These three look like they know what they are doing but you should not
try this at home, otherwise, you might end up losing an eye.
Number 8.) many people have expressed their fears that drones are a plague that could even
endanger lives. This clip doesn’t show a drone endangering lives, but it is definitely an invasion
of privacy. Here, a person, probably a man, is flying his drone for unknown reasons. As the
drone goes up, an innocent old woman in her apartment looks at it and waves. But that isn’t all.
As the drone flies up, it captures a woman lying topless, sunbathing on her private rooftop. After
noticing the drone, she quickly gets up and runs after the drone, trying to take it down, but fails
because unlike the drone, she cannot fly. This really is an invasion of privacy.
Number 7.) Not everyone is thrilled about drones. They're somewhat noisy and bothersome, and
that's not even touching on the privacy and other legal issues involved. So, you sometimes hear
stories of people shooting at drones. This particular encounter is a bit scary, though. A farmer,
probably fed up with drones, slowly walks toward a drone flying on his property, loads a double-
barrel shotgun, takes aim, and fires exactly once, bringing the drone to the ground. A slow-
motion replay is even scarier, showing the farmer looking a bit like the Terminator as he loads
his shotgun. Some commenters have called the video out as a fake, noting the muzzle flash looks
very unrealistic and there's no smoke coming from the gun. It seems like an odd thing to fake,
because there are plenty of news reports of people being arrested for doing the exact same thing.
It is a mildly disturbing video, but it would be even more effective if it was definitively real.