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DENVER – The mother of the 6-year-old boy once feared missing inside a runaway helium balloon admitted the whole saga was a hoax, according to court documents released Friday.
Mayumi Heene told sheriff's deputies that she and her husband Richard "knew all along that Falcon was hiding in the residence" in Fort Collins, according to an affidavit used to get a search warrant for the home.
She allegedly told investigators the incident was a hoax meant to make them more marketable to the media.
"Mayumi described that she and Richard Heene devised this hoax approximately two weeks ear
...News headlines surged with reports that the boy's television-friendly family believed humans were descended from ETs, that "Hillary Might Be a Reptilian," et cetera...
...In one radio show with acclaimed television producer Margaret Wendt, she openly revealed that the network heads insisted on having skeptics appear in any and all UFO documentaries if they are to air on television. They would say this was required in order to have it be a 'balanced' program.
The notable thing about this documentary is that there are no skeptics coming in and bashing the various arguments that are made. You are shown two different cases where there are clear correlations -- pilot sightings, ground sightings and radar tracings. That's about as bonafide as you can get, and it's all here in this documentary...
a synchronistic "meta-message" flagging the increasing possibility of an upcoming mainstream UFO disclosure.