Ok guys, I'm back. Sorry for the delay. Had to go in to Sapporo today, see the in-laws, absolutely stuff myself, fight the other shoppers for an
overpriced New Year's grab bag...typical Japanese New Year's stuff.
Anywho, was somewhat disappointed by the whole show, but here's a rundown of the most interesting segments:
1) Bit on the Mexican UFOs of last year, including IR camera footage of what looks like 2 triangular shaped craft and interviews w/ the pilots. Also
showed a short clip of a video that appeared to show a arrowhead shaped craft buzzing a jet, firing several beams of light at it which in turn
destroyed the craft, and then zipping out of the frame. Think I've seen this one several times before, and probably most of you have as well.
2) The main bit of the entire show was the alien autopsy vid, and in total, they only showed about a total of 30 seconds of it. According to the
show, this was the video that the one guy held up at the Disclosure Project press conference, and was the autopsy on J-ROD, an EBE that, according to
the narration, crashed in Kingman, Arizona in 1957. They also mentioned how J-ROD and Edward Teller were associates of some sort.
The whole story of J-ROD makes for some pretty fascinating reading (just Google it), but if I'm not mistaken, the video is actually one of the
confirmed re-creations that was shown on 20/20 several years ago. You can check out the making of page at:
They had several experts review the tape, and while it was interesting how one old geezer who's supposedly a zoologist kept saying, "That's f***ing
disgusting!" (kimoi!), the pathologist they had on knew right away that something was odd ("Whoever did the autopsy weren't professionals" and
"They used the wrong kind of knife to cut him open") and the sfx panelist (director Godzilla: Final Wars) outright called it laughable, saying he
could do the exact same thing, only better for about 3 million yen (about 30,000 USD).
3) The only other slightly entertaining things they had on weren't even related to UFOs or aliens, but rather the 2012 prophecies (Earth will pass
through something called a "Photon Belt" wiping out 2/3 of humanity) and a bit of a mixed piece on the Chupacabra/Flying Humanoid in Costa Rica.
Sorry to get your hopes up for nothing guys. At the very least, it was a somewhat entertaining way to pass the time until the countdown. *grin*
Happy New Year to you all, and may the year of the Chicken (or Cock, as some might say) be prosperous for you all.