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Sci Fi channel last night!! 11-8-06

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posted on Nov, 9 2006 @ 10:03 AM
Last night on the Sci-Fi channel there was a Roswell archaeological dig to discover anything left behind from 1947. The thing that caught my attention was towards the end of the show where they interviewed the rancher's granddaughter and the Air Force guy that had seen bodies he thought!
Anybody else see the show and have any opinions on what they saw??

Stanton Friedman was also at the end, but we all already know his thoughts on everything, nothing new there though. That's been posted enough I would imagine.

Anyway, interesting show, rather comical at times but those interviews and personal reports were unique!

Your thoughts???? Peace, Mondo

posted on Nov, 9 2006 @ 12:14 PM
Unique? I don't think so. You are intitled to your own opinion, but my own opinion of this show is that it is terrible. Period. Last night's show was just a compilation of events that we've seen 1000's of times. How many times does Roswell have to be dug up to find nothing new? If anything new is to be found there, it's probably going to be left over tools from a previous dig. First hand interviews and Stanton Freidman is getting real old real fast.

posted on Nov, 9 2006 @ 06:06 PM
I agree with the repetitive old stuff, I just thought the granddaughters interview was kind of neat. Remember, I did say that the rest of the show was comical, especially the two younger goofballs that were trying to be a part (the guy and the girl).
Anyway, I am always hoping that the new show, whatever it is, will shed some new light! Never fails though, just another hour of the same stuff!

posted on Nov, 11 2006 @ 01:14 AM
I have a question since I wasted my time on this show:

Wouldn't the best places on the ranch to look be where metal or debris seems suspiciously absent?

Since they found a metal part of a horse bridal, I would think that maybe they were on the wrong track since the soldiers picked the field clean. The only problem would be is if the material is post 1947 junk...but at least it's worth a thought.

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