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Friday night, for the third time in six months, Larry King went to the formula again on CNN: nutty graphics, a panel of nongovernment experts, eyewitnesses being dismissed by a designated skeptic, and a silly logo that asks something like, “Do You Believe in UFOs?” As if belief were a prerequisite to legitimacy.
This is fun entertainment, maybe, but it’s not news.
Originally posted by chan_chan
ive been wondering, had this ufo landed in texas what would have been the reaction of the military,what would they do & the public? After landing lets say it stayed there for 15 minutes everybody got there photos & videos then it took off. what would happen then?
Originally posted by JustMike
reply to post by TheAvenger
And finally we have mainstream media willing (or daring) to ask if there is some kind of cover-up going on.
Originally posted by judasfish
I just heard that there is a man out there claiming to have actual footage of the ufos, but for some reason cant show it yet. i heard this on the dreamland podcast. also there is some off the record harassment done by the military/government to some of the locals in stevensville.
On Jan. 18, Newsweek published a “Web Exclusive” about the Stephenville, Tex., UFO entitled “Demons in the Dark.” A “Web Exclusive” means it’s a little too ghetto for a spot on the printed page.
Back in the good old days, when magazines like Newsweek used real reporters, they might’ve been more curious about the Air Force’s confusion. They would’ve picked up the phone and called witnesses like Steve Allen, a pilot whose work number is still listed in the original local newspaper report.
And Allen would probably have repeated his original story, about how weird it was to see the UFO making its initial approach from the southeast, pass out of sight, then reverse course back toward the southeast — while being chased by two jet fighters. And then the reporter would look at the map and wonder if the jets were scrambled because the UFO was on a direct line toward restricted air space around President Bush’s Crawford ranch.