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FOX News Films Ufo At Gilliland Ranch!!

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posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 11:05 PM
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I'm with you. I want to see a gigantic craft that is undeniably not from here. I'm sick and tired of these points of light in the sky that could be anything.


Problem with all that is it would just be called CGI. Now I know the Haiti footage is hoaxed, but this serves as a pretty good example. Even if we had a full-fledged authentic Independance Day type craft on video people would say "hey, see that rock and that rock... They're the same! CGI."

Not saying it is as simple as that, but the fact is it almost is. Computer technology is incredible. Anything can be made to appear real. What we need now is diplomatic conformation. Nothing else will suffice.

I mean, for the love of Pete, we now have like 5 governments openly admitting that they have secretly investigated this thing for decades and have no affirmative answers yet we STILL get the same skeptics in here saying everyone involved is a liar and they aren't real.
It is a joke, really.

And until we get that diplomatic conformation the general public can't be bothered to care.
And most likely when we DO get that conformation the same general public will just be like "huh, cool... aliens are real."

It is sad really.





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posted on Aug, 5 2009 @ 11:41 PM
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CNN has done several segments on UFOs (with a lot of integrity I may add), from the Phoenix Lights to other events. Larry King has done several shows on the subject. The only reason Hannity is doing this is to take a little break from bashing Obama



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 12:13 AM
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Originally posted by djusdjus
satellites and dust mites. Maybe Fox could have a special on that.

seriously though, who takes Fox seriously anyway? They are a laughable so called news agency.

More like propaganda central. lol


thank you, now go back to cnn like the good little liberal.



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 12:33 AM
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Well I don't live there, but I grew up nearby and still travel through there a bit...this ranch is really starting to get over-hyped. Rarely as a kid did I ever see anything odd in the sky over Mt. Adams (yep lots of satellites). I've never heard of anyone claiming to see aliens or any spectacular UFOs out there either, though the nearby Yakama (Yakima) Reservation had some reports of odd "lights" in the 70s.

What you might get are Bigfoot stories. Mt. St. Helens is just west of Mt. Adams and that area between the two mountains is pretty rugged. Before St. Helens erupted, Ape Cave and the forest around there had plenty of spooky stories. I'm going on a hike near there next weekend, and actually I plan on climbing Mt. Adams next year.

I wouldn't get your hopes up if you visit--this is no Area 51.



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 02:10 AM
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Originally posted by NightVision
Wow, I can't believe Fox news actually made a decent an unbiased news report. I'm not really into hating people, but Sean Hannity tops the list. He seems to have given this story a fair shake, though.


Unbiased? Yeah, right. In my opinion, this report virtually gushes with bias and dismissal.

Here are a few examples from the voice-over of the report:


"The existence of other-worldly crafts is perhaps one of the most famous and widely believed conspiracy theories in the United States."
(The belief that something exists, or not, does not constitute a conspiracy theory. They are using the term "conspiracy theory" to cast the subject into a dubious light. They are subconciously telling the viewer to identify the very existence of alien craft with "conspiracy theory". I interpret their use of this term as a code-word which roughly translates to "paranoid delusion")


"Many Americans claim they, quote, "believe", but those beliefs are pretty much all they have."
(The device of invoking the word "quote" is used here as a dismissive, rather than indicating a meaningful quote or to serve any illustrative grammatical function.)


"...in 1969 when it ended it's, quote, "Project Bluebook"
(again, dismissing the subject's authenticity by "quoting")


Only after painting the background with rather broad historical strokes and framing it as "conspiracy theory", does the report convey any detail in a way which approaches "fair and balanced" reporting.

Sure, it's nice that UFOs are receiving attention in the mainstream media, but, (to me at least), most of it seems blatantly designed to be pooh-pooh'ed as so much fluffy nonsense.



[edit on 6-8-2009 by zerotensor]



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 05:53 AM
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Originally posted by MissSmartypants
FOX News goes to James Gilliland's ranch near Mount Adams to see some UFOs .... and they do!

www.ufocasebook.com...


hell yeah roughly 150 miles away! that is awesome i've never heard of this place getting frequent ufo sightings. roooadtriiip!



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 08:46 AM
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Originally posted by Helghast1

Originally posted by djusdjus
satellites and dust mites. Maybe Fox could have a special on that.

seriously though, who takes Fox seriously anyway? They are a laughable so called news agency.

More like propaganda central. lol


thank you, now go back to cnn like the good little liberal.



The nice thing about UFOs/aliens existance is that it transcends the stupidity politics and parties.



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 10:11 AM
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Originally posted by Mr_XIM
I have met James a few times, spent time on the ranch, like I told him and I will tell all of you, theres nothing here but hopes and wishes. Majority of the lights seen over the ranch are satelites (been proven) planets and simple space garbage.
None of you will ever see an alien spacecraft in your lifetimes, this I can gurantee, find a new hobby and move on with the wishful thinking.


So says the person with the image symbolizing the control of the Illuminati over this planet IN HIS HANDLE. Move along, move along.

OH YEAH! AND you have PSYCHIC powers to know what will happen in the future. You know nothing about other people's experiences with the unknown. YOU get a better hobby.

Dude, you are completely asleep.


[edit on 6-8-2009 by GideonHM]



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 10:44 AM
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Originally posted by Mr_XIM
I have met James a few times, spent time on the ranch, like I told him and I will tell all of you, theres nothing here but hopes and wishes. Majority of the lights seen over the ranch are satelites (been proven) planets and simple space garbage.
None of you will ever see an alien spacecraft in your lifetimes, this I can gurantee, find a new hobby and move on with the wishful thinking.



The fact that you would make a statement like "None of you will ever see an alien spacecraft in your lifetimes, this I can guarentee" proves your ignorance. Thank you, I will know not to take any of your thoughts or ideas with any merit from now on.

I have actually seen one, why do you think I'm here? I'm not into a lot of this conspiracy stuff, I am here because I saw a god damn UFO, and I want to know more about what I saw.

You should really open your mind to the possibility that we actually don't have it all figured out.



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 01:24 PM
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The problem as I see it is the ships move to fast.

When I look at videos I have to stop and start many times to be able to catch it just right.

Slow is what is needed.



posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 05:32 PM
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Originally posted by silo13
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None of you will ever see an alien spacecraft in your lifetimes.


*EErrrrrTTT* (insert wav file for buzzer sound here)WRONG!

I have.
I can’t prove it - But neither can you disprove it.


If I tell you I saw a giant in my garden today, who do you think should be the one who steps up with sources?

Should I be gullible enough to expect someone else to prove me wrong on something which I can't prove true?

No one has reliable evidence of a UFO on camera, or any other media as it happens. So quite obviously YOU should be the one providing evidence of what you saw. Since you can't even do that, you lose the debate.

[edit on 6-8-2009 by KIRKSTERUK]

[edit on 6-8-2009 by KIRKSTERUK]



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 01:18 PM
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I have lived in the T.L. area for nearly 20 years, quite near James's 'Ranch'. I and thousands of others that make thier living in the Mt Adams area have walked all over that mountain, there is even a foot trail that leads to the sumit. james plants and re plants these stories on the web as it is free advertising enabeling him to milk the UFO/Paranormal/Native American Lore gravy train. For money he will show bumpkins a cattle bed under a Ponderosa pine tree and say it is the nest of a flying sasquatch. He makes money while I have to deal with chanting and drums at night as well as phone calls from Strange People at night asking about UFOs. James interaction with the T.L. community has left most locals with the feeling that he is a manipulator,charlatan and a fraud



posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 02:22 PM
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I wouldn't call him a fraud, I think he actually believes that something is happening there, as do many of the people that go there. He's clearly not making a ton of cash off this, although he could.....

Like I said, i went there, used his cabin, hung out, ate hot dogs....never did they ask for money.



posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 01:20 AM
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Originally posted by Mr_XIM
I have met James a few times, spent time on the ranch, like I told him and I will tell all of you, theres nothing here but hopes and wishes. Majority of the lights seen over the ranch are satelites (been proven) planets and simple space garbage.
None of you will ever see an alien spacecraft in your lifetimes, this I can gurantee, find a new hobby and move on with the wishful thinking.

thanks agent x for disinfo love the flying garbage theory but wht happend to wheather baloons theory



posted on Aug, 8 2009 @ 06:48 AM
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here is a question for you
If there is lots of these "ufo's" flying about at the ranch why do you only see them at night?
and is this topic an attack on Fox or a discution on "ufo's"?



[edit on 8-8-2009 by Sweevo]




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