A.J. Sinker ties Flip to balloons. It's gone. Anyone seen it? [VIDEO]
A.J. Sinker's plan, with the help of some friends in Plymouth, was to send his Flip video camera skyward attached to balloons, and then use a remote-control device to release the balloons and return the camera to Earth. But you know what they say about the best laid plans, right? Yep, Sinker's camera vanished in the heavens.
"Rather than coming down like it was supposed to, it just kept going up," Sinker told MPR's Bob Ingrassia. "We had a plan, it just wasn't executed very well."
Anyone seen Sinker's camera?
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