posted on Jun, 10 2004 @ 02:53 PM
Sadly, this can never be more than his word against whoever (or whatever)
For the sake of argument, let's say Ed Mitchell was close friends with someone in the Government who did research on alien bodies. And this close
friend told him every last intricate detail, including the location of the bodies, and what was learned/found, etc. Could Mitchell ever go public
with all the details? Not likely.
A very real scenario would be that you'd see more and more journalists act in the very same manner as Ms. Moore, and the Government retains their
But if Ed named names and places, you'd read (or watch) the media reports that Ed Mitchell died in his sleep, or in a car wreck, or some other freak
accident. Unbeknowst to the vast majority, his close friend would meet his demise as well, and the general public would never even see the
So in the end, he really know what he's talking about, but will never be taken seriously because of the media, or he has read too many UFO stories
and is making it up as he goes along.
I prefer to believe the former. I have no doubt that he has been warned. And that he knows exactly what he can say and what he can't.