It's true! The 10-day auction at E-Bay for the October 9th, 2006 Valier, Montana mutilated cow skull is over! ( Click on this link to read details
about the skull and to see photos: www.reptoids.com...
I'm grateful for the highest bidder who will receive Cow #62's skull, plus some raw footage of interviews and parts of my on-site investigation.
But, you know what? There was an even more remarkable "prize" won by all of us who watched this sale with great interest: Its that we have been
provided an important lesson pertaining to our collective wish to know more about the reality of UFO's and the mutilation phenomena. It also compels
us to ask some valuable questions regarding our quest for truth.
The auction was a unique event meant raise funds to compensate the rancher for his loss, which is not covered by any kind of insurance, etc., and to
raise funds for equipment that would aid the Pondera County Sheriff's Office in its investigation of county-wide cow mutilations. It also provided an
opportunity to draw the public's attention to the subject of animal mutilations and UFO's.
Considering it was a charity event having to do with a popular public fascination, why did the Associated Press (AP) wire service reject the story
after it was submitted by an NBC affiliate for nation-wide distribution?
Another point worth noting is the minimal participation of bidders. The Above Top Secret MIX
, as we all know, is proud to deliver
phenomena-related broadcasts and unique, cutting edge fortean humor around the world. Coast-To-Coast AM also reaches out to millions of listeners
also. Despite my having been interviewed on both shows about this one-of-a-kind charity auction, potentially reaching millions of interested
listeners, why were there only two bidders?
Is it economics? Are we avoiding the discomfort truth may sometimes reveal? Is the subject matter nothing more than entertainment and sensationalism
We know that the majority of the top grossing movies of all time have been about contact with alien life forms. Millions of dollars a year pass
through shop owners' hands in alien-related t-shirt, toys and video sales. The History, Science, Sci-Fi, and other cable networks earn and generate
hundreds of millions of dollars a year by producing UFO documentaries and science fiction films.
When so much money can be made off our interest in UFO's, aliens and secret government/corporate activities, why is it that we, the public, fail to
generate the funds required to bypass federal, corporate or state control of the information?
If we can directly access the evidence though our friends, neighbors, sons and daughters, who comprise our local law enforcement, doesn't it make
more sense to help them buy the equipment for use in their investigations, rather than keep demanding that the federal government shares what they
What are your thoughts?