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Originally posted by Majorion
Yes zorgon, they work for me
Originally posted by wonderworld
After hearing it was a hoax I replayed the first minute and did read his lips. It seemed authentic. I wonder who's doing the adlib?
Man that would have been a find!
Originally posted by zorgon
I was big into UFO research 30 years ago, but with all the hoaxes these days its impossible for me to keep up. Have recruited some people last few days to help weed out the good stuff. If something comes along I will toss it out there
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