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Scifi Channel Press Release. UFO Hunters Show!! Yes!!!!!

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posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 02:39 PM
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Ok so this could be like the best show ever. Its like ghost hunters but instead for UFOs. UFO hunters will use the best equipment and most high tech instruments to hunt down the alien critters. Hopefully this will turn out to be a great show.

The world had it coming and here it is. UFOs being chased down with HD cameras and IR-cameras too. I hope this show blows the lid on the whole UFO cover-up.


Yes!!!!!


Here read the story


P.S. I know you guys will have something negative to say, but who cares? We will have a UFO show just for us! Hurray!!!


[edit on 19-7-2007 by The Coward]




posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 02:44 PM
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That sounds like it might be very interesting to watch! Hope it turns out as good!



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 02:44 PM
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Excellent, excellent stuff


It's about time something like this hit the old goggle-box!

Finally, an excuse for me to start watching TV again



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 02:48 PM
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The show "Ghost Hunters" is Retarded and this show will be too.


Just add it to the list of many things out there in the Main Stream Media that makes the whole UFO/Conspiracy community a laughing stock to all of the Sheeple out there.



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 02:54 PM
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i've seen ghost hunters a couple of times & I was disapointed.Hopefully ufo hunters will be better in terms of "results" & i think it could be.

let's cross the fingers



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 02:56 PM
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Originally posted by housegroove23
The show "Ghost Hunters" is Retarded and this show will be too.


Just add it to the list of many things out there in the Main Stream Media that makes the whole UFO/Conspiracy community a laughing stock to all of the Sheeple out there.


Who cares about your negativity. We have a UFO hunters show!! Yes!!!!
Scifi channel takes the UFO topic pretty seriously. They were the only ones who aired Out of The Blue remember!!

We have a show and this will make The debunkers mad. Yes, in their faces!!!



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 03:03 PM
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It's about time that something like this is being done.

This is not going to be an easy project but one I feel is well worth the effort.



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 03:34 PM
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This should be most interesting, it is good that Sci-fi is making all these new shows of the invisible worlds.



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 05:15 PM
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Does anyone know when this starts?

Sci-fi channel though, doesnt that stand for science fiction, as in not true?



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 05:36 PM
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Unfortunally I don't think this show will last very long. Spotting ufo's is not something that happens often at least for me and I am a amature astronomer who spends alot of time out on clear nights. Only thing I have ever seen is sattelites and shooting stars. Unless these people know something I don't i/e hot spots I say good luck... But I will not get my hopes up that something extrodinary will come from this show.

If it were that easy to spot ufo's I don't think there would be so much doubt on the subject.

[edit on 19-7-2007 by Starwatcher]



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 05:45 PM
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Oh please, please, please let this be of a serious, docu-investigative format and not something being thrown at the masses for ridicule and sarcasm.

Ghost Hunters is marginally believable at best and as far as I know, other than a few "anomalous readings" on instruments, unexplained aberrations on film, and tons of spooky "feelings" (complete with eerie night-vision close-ups (of humans)), the show hasn't had any actual ghosts come up and introduce themselves.

My guess is that UFO hunters will be similar in that each episode will show a bunch of investigators trucking off to a new site, setting up their equipment, and then proceeding to 'capture' a few elusive lights in the sky, accompanied of course by some nice night-vision close-ups of our fearless crew as they gasp in amazement at what they had seen but are really unable to conclude with any definitive confidence that they finally "Got One!".

It appears that the success of the Blaire Witch Project format has spawned many of the same and similar techniques in film-making to 'entertain' an audience of spell-bound observers.

I sincerely hope and pray that this will yield the 'real thing', but will sit on the fence (or couch) for the time being. I guess we'll know more when the series actually begins airing.

A couple of things we can probably accept without too much doubt:

1. The Sci-Fi Channel is a for-profit, money-making media entertainment operation. They MUST attract and retain sufficient viewership to justify the expense and time slot commitments to their advertisers and their shareholders. If they don't "catch" a UFO, or at least make it appear that they've "almost" caught one now and then, they know the show will lose viewers and not be a lucrative exercise. The board room is primarily interested in catching viewers (and advertising dollars) - we can not deny this capitalistic truth.

2. How close do you think the "acronym agencies" are going to allow these guys to get to the 'real McCoy"? Unless they're acquiescing and 'allowing' the show's crew to 'catch' a live one as a part of the much-discussed disclosure movement, then my guess is that they will be screening the show to make sure only innocent 'blips' and 'near misses' remain the weekly dosage and nobody is getting anywhere near S-4/A51, or better yet, the massive catacombs under Wright Patterson. Now THAT's a show I'd like to see - but don't hold your breath.

So Coward - I agree with you 100% - and cheers are in order! If nothing else, the topic may increase awareness among the restive population and perhaps motivate some of them to push for REAL disclosure among politicians, serious coverage by the news media, and in-depth study by academia. I fANY of these happen - even in some small way as influenced by this show - then it's a good thing and I'm all for it - whether they snare any "little green men" in their magic carpets or not...

Thanks for the post, buddy! And.... keep looking up!



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 05:55 PM
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I'll definitely check it out, it will probably be interesting. Let's hope it's better than Ghost Hunters.

I still watch Ghost Hunters for the sheer entertainment value, however ALL of their 'evidence' is manufactured by their own crew for ratings.

The show was much more objective at first, now it's just an hour-long Roto-Rooter commercial that panders to for-profit 'haunted' locations. Still pretty entertaining though.



posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 05:55 PM
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Originally posted by Starwatcher
Unfortunally I don't think this show will last very long. Spotting ufo's is not something that happens often


They are only 'investigating' reports. So it will probably be a Mythbusters kind of thing. The title they gave it is kinda misleading.



posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 12:23 PM
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Originally posted by housegroove23
The show "Ghost Hunters" is Retarded and this show will be too.


Just add it to the list of many things out there in the Main Stream Media that makes the whole UFO/Conspiracy community a laughing stock to all of the Sheeple out there.



Ghost Hunters is retarded. That show is just bad. Their "conclusions" at the end of the show seem so worthless.


Hopefully UFO Hunters will be better. I hope they don't get their "talent" from the local plumbers union this time around...

[edit on 20-7-2007 by merryxmas]



posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 12:31 PM
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Tough crowd. Am I the only one who likes "Ghost Hunters"?

I'll give this new show a go. Done right, it could be very interesting.



posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 12:33 PM
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Originally posted by yeahright
Am I the only one who likes "Ghost Hunters"?


Nope, I like it too.

The UFO show should be interesting, and maybe get more people interested, which is a good thing.



posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 01:01 PM
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Hey I like the Ghost Hunters show too. I disagree with andy a lot. I know that the EMP's he was getting at the USS Carolina in the shower area where the torpedo hit were all related to the welding from the repairs to the ship. Probably didn't get the welding thuroughly degaussed.

The UFO hunters will be interesting. THey can't just simply go the spot of an abduction and interview the witnesses cause thats been done. so what are they going to do go and get samples at suspected CE2 kind locations and see if they are radioactive? Leave IR cameras up for a few months at a time and hope they catch something interesting? Not sure how the show would work or be original with any of the info they retrieve.



posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by Outrageo
My guess is that UFO hunters will be similar in that each episode will show a bunch of investigators trucking off to a new site, setting up their equipment, and then proceeding to 'capture' a few elusive lights in the sky, accompanied of course by some nice night-vision close-ups of our fearless crew as they gasp in amazement at what they had seen but are really unable to conclude with any definitive confidence that they finally "Got One!".


You forgot to include the part about the interviews with the local witnesses, who will have essentially nothing to say, and generally come off as ignorant hillbillies. But, hey. What else is there to watch on TV these days? "So You Think You Can Dance?"



posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 01:17 PM
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Originally posted by SuicideVirusBut, hey. What else is there to watch on TV these days? "So You Think You Can Dance?"


Seems like every tv station world wide is cashing in on the same crap
(Dancing with stars, Big Brother, Dancing on Ice, Idols) I'm glad some tv stations are actualy trying to find something else to entertain us.



posted on Jul, 20 2007 @ 01:37 PM
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If it's another half ass reality show, you can have it...phooey on the whole genre.

If it's going to take an event, such as the O'hare event, and do an indepth analysis, talking to witnesses etc... than I'll give it a chance. If it's a couple of dweebs running around saying "what was that?" nice seeing ya, bye-bye.



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