posted on Mar, 22 2008 @ 07:21 PM
I was listening to the March 2nd podcast
with Gene Steinberg and David Biedny, about this amazing elderly woman named
Izatt. If I'm not mistaken, I think that this is the same woman that was featured on a small spot on a Fox Television Program of the early
'90's called "Sightings". I also see that this woman is no stranger as a topic on this
What I did find intriguing however, was that there is the potential for a sequel to the video made by Director Frank Longo and Dr. Peter Gutilla
called Capturing the Light
. What made that even more compelling was the fact that David Biedny
offered his services as a verifier of all the photographic evidence gathered and that maybe she could be persuaded to use equipment other than that of
her normal Super 8 camera such as something digital and high def.
I think that this woman is possibly the single most important known source of this kind of information. She has amassed, with the suggestive
guidance of the late J. Allen Hynek, upwards of 30,000 feet of exposed film. It desperately needs to be preserved, archived and studied and the fact
that she is finally getting this attention couldn't happen too soon. Dorothy is currently 86 years old and her family is understandably extremely
cautious of a lot of straining activity. It seems though, that she is ready to get the information out for posterity sake.
I really do feel that this case, if not simply for the sheer volume and body of work that Dorothy has created (not to mention that so far all of
her work has been authenticated and labeled as a real phenomenon) is irrevocably imperative and paramount to the field of UFOology. I feel this is the
very Holy Grail many such researchers have been seeking all along. My hope is that the likes of Jacque Vallee himself and maybe Dr. Bruce Maccabee
will get involved before this living gem leaves this world.
If anybody on this forum has any further information concerning Dorothy and her magnificient experiences, please, please, please post them for
all to read. This really is an iconic case in every way as Dorothy's character of full of innocent integrity and is practically flawless as a
witness and gatherer of information. If you are unfamiliar with her case, listen to the podcast above and I am sure you will be convinced.