While we were at the ranch we saw a WONDERFUL display of SATELLITES, bugs and people on the mountain with flash lights.
I did see one "bizarre" object in the same piece of sky we were watching the satellites in but, as I said on "ATSLive" a few weeks ago, I've
debunked my own sighting as having most likely been the USAF's X-38 space plane. Occams razor and all...
James Gilliland is a nice guy, he BELIEVES
he is in tune (or something like that) with all sorts of extra(read as beyond human) "stuff" and
mistakes mundane objects as the craft of these beings and or the beings themselves.
That's fine with me. A man can believe what ever he wants as far as I am concerned.
When you want others to believe, and support your beliefs, you need to be able to convince them what they are seeing is what you say it is.
James fails at that in a huge way. His apparent response is to lie about what those who he tried to convince actually report about their visit with
I can tell you he talks like a "religious guru" when he speaks about these things, he considers himself a guru in tradition of "Rah" (or something
like that) so I can understand why presents the way he does. It doesn't do his credibility much good when he's dealing with "real" investigators
You can rest assured
that we went through ALL 120+ hours of video that Johnny captured up there over two weeks and presented EVERYTHING we
could find. That was the whole point in our spending the money to do the investigation.
We were VERY hopeful we would catch something as yet unseen or unexplainable, but alas it wasn't so.
If I had to guess about it, I would bet business has slowed down at the ranch and he's trying to keep his name out there to keep the interest up. Too
bad he resorts to lies and false accusations to do it. Too bad, but not surprising.
[edit on 8-22-2010 by Springer]