posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 06:39 PM
Are you implying Christopher Lloyd's character Doc Brown is an allusion to Thomas Townsend-Brown?
Far as the proposed black knight connection to the case, I tend to lean toward a more terrestrial explanation for the sounds and lights that are
experienced by a broad section of a community. I am certain these do occur, because I have seen lights in the sky (reflected by clouds) and heard
strange, loud things, and so have the people around me.
However, just about every YT vid I've seen that supposedly captures one of these sound events appears to me to be staged. It is curious to me how the
chirps of the birds have no reverb, but the scary sounds sure do.
Here's an example: www.youtube.com...
The spooky music in the intro is one clue that this is a production and not actual reporting. The various scenes showing people looking at the sky,
with the sound of the orchestra tuning up, contain no date, time, or location information. I particularly liked how they showed the little radio
sitting on the wall in the garden, with the voiceover describing this increasing and widespread unexplained phenomenon. "Well, if it was on the
radio--it's gotta be true!"
If there is truth to these claims, the vast majority of these videos sure are polluting the facts.
There is one interesting comment in this vid though: people that experience these...suffer from headaches, nausea, etc. I think that is pretty
telling; I think many of these events may simply be a matter of individual perception, with a physiological cause. Years before William of Occam was
a twinkle in his mother's eye, Ptolemy wrote
We consider it a good principle to explain the phenomena by the simplest hypothesis possible.