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Everything we know about a legend may be wrong.
A long forgotten documentary which includes an analysis of a rare film taken by George Adamski, an icon from the early days of the modern age of UFO sightings, has surfaced on YouTube thanks to the effort of historian Neil Gould.
The 7 segment YouTube film is well worth watching in its entirety, but a particularly compelling segment discusses a seldom seen film, originally shot by Adamski himself in the presence of Madeline Rotterfor in the back yard of her house in Silver Spring, Maryland, in February 1965.
What the segment shows is the analysis done on the film, which--along with the testimony of Rotterfor, Sir Desmond Leslie and others who knew Adamski personally--makes a compelling case for the authenticity of the non-human origin of the saucer seen to dance in the sky.
Originally posted by keepithush
Possibly the most unconvincing ufo on film.
You can see clearly it is a small object dangled in front of the camera.
Hasnt this been debunked here already?
Your eyes and common sense are to be trusted, looks like one of Billy's vids.
During his lifetime he served as a Spitfire pilot in the RAF during World War II, became one of the first pioneers of electric music, and co-authored one of the first books on UFOs entitled Flying Saucers Have Landed (1953), with writer George Adamski.
Desmond is probably most famously known for punching theatre critic Bernard Levin in front of eleven million viewers during an edition of the satirical TV show That Was The Week That Was in 1962. Arguably his intention was to protect the honour of his then-wife (Agnes Bernelle) in response to Levin's critical review of her show "Savagery and Delight". Agnes states in her biography 'The Fun Palace' that the show was poorly received due to Desmond's custom built speakers being moved below the stage,
Originally posted by mystiq
Looks like something from the Nazis. This isn't nordic et technology. This is what the nazis got into.
Originally posted by Extralien
All of those who have ever said "The Nazis never lost the war, they just moved to America' may be more correct than we may ever know.