posted on Mar, 10 2009 @ 11:18 AM
This was a pretty poor excuse for a show. They promised to reveal the facts about Area 51 but they only rehashed all the old material from the 1990s,
before we knew anything about the base. They missed an opportunity to show all the latest information collected by researchers over the past
Most of the show was wasted on shaky views of rocks and sagebrush, with an occasional glimpse of an F-15 from Red Flag. The, after each commercial
break, they reiterated the non-information from the previous segment. They edited the interviews to remove any material that didn't support the idea
of ET craft at Groom Lake and wasted altogether too much time on the Lazar story. The T.D. Barnes interview was butchered to make it look like he
supported the UFO theory when, in fact, he did not. He wasn't very happy with the result. Glenn Campbell criticized the production as "fluffy"
(i.e. without substance) but argued that "there is no such thing as bad publicity."
[edit on 10-3-2009 by Shadowhawk]