posted on Aug, 24 2007 @ 04:00 PM
I want to start by saying I don't believe all of them are lieing.
However, there are more than a few ways to look at things (I'm speaking in general).
- Some may do it for attention.
- Some may do it because they want to believe its true.
- Some may do it because it started as some type of story they told a friend, but when people started noticing they felt obligated to maintain the
story rather than admit a lie.
- Some may feel it will make a vehicle for some alternate purpose.
- Some may mistakenly believe it will some how lead to a little $$ in their pocket.
- Some may think that by lieing about an experience, it may force the government to reveal truths about the topic in general.
One thing to keep in mind, as the old saying goes, there is no such thing as bad publicity.
One way to look at it in relation to the Kecksburg case is this:
Say for this purpose that the Kecksburg case in fact was nothing more than a meteor (I do not believe this to be true, but for the sake of
Those who are saying they saw something may be lieing not because they want to facilitate a lie, but because, though they may have not in fact seen
anything themselves, they believe something was there & did happen. Therefore by lieing about what they saw, they add one more voice to the 'did
happen' category in hopes to bring out a currently hidden truth about the incident.