That's pretty much what everyone wouldn't mind seeing. I myself always find it hard to point towards an extra-terrestrial conclusion of UFO
phenomenons but other than that am also very skeptical that the smoking gun is ever going to come in the form of a video. For several reasons.
First of all the very fact that video manipulation, CGI and even make-up effects are nowadays so advanced and open to the general public that the
credibility of video and photography just simply isn't what it used to be.
Secondly the fact that I really don't think that a smoking gun of that importance - such as a video that cannot be denied and proves alien presence
on Earth without a shadow of doubt
is simply not the thing you'll find on youtube or google... really, I mean - videos get removed from
youtube (for example) all the time for breaking copyright laws imagine the chances of finding something as significant as proof for alien existance
For me it is a fact that the best evidence will always come in the form of reliable witnesses and official reports. But that's just my
Jaime Maussan holds no credibility as a researcher as far as I'm concerned since I've watched him present not only obvious hoaxes (in the conference
that is posted above on the thread some of the photographic evidence for aliens he presents are simply absurd) but he even presented the famous Sci-Fi
channel commercial on mainstream media as being undeniable proof of extraterrestrial entities on Earth.
His intentions may even be the best but
as far as I'm concerned homework and actual research
is something he is lowsy at and does nothing good for the ufology area of
The Phoenix Lights are definitely worth checking IMO and constitute a strong event that must always be taken into account in the UFO scennario - and
more so for the amazing ammount of witnesses and what they described than the videos themselves (as a matter in fact "The Phoenix Lights" should
probably be called "The Phoenix Huge UFO with Headlights"
In any case I always found that the video and photographic reports weren't as effective as the military records of witnesses that are now coming out
- especially those brought forth by the Disclosure Project.
Captain Robert Salas' account is in my opinion one of if not the most important especially for the seriousness of the event. For those that don't
remember I am talking about the event where an UFO disabled several nuclear warheads in March 16th 1967 at Malmstrom Air Force Base. It would be hard
to imagine a witness with his background lying, it is hard to ignore the fact that other members of his staff at the time corroborate his story and
perhaps above all it is impossible to deny how serious an event where nuclear warheads are taken away from the control of the base is in fact.
That entire top level witness list involved in the disclosure project constitute
in my opinion the best ever evidence for truly Unidentified Flying Objects.
Just to add as well, I find that this interview with Stephen Bassett
some cases that are worthy of looking into since he focuses somewhat on situations surrounding astronauts, military and even US Presidents (his views
are obviously passionate and political but even if you don't follow his chain of thought he does mention a lot of cases that are worthy of more
On a side note that very site www.consciousmedianetwork.com...
has many interesting interviews on subjects not at all alien
ATS that are worth checking out regularly.
I hope I didn't stray away from what was asked too much.