posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 05:39 PM
I was in my car that night and turned on the radio, Coast to Coast was playing on the station I regularly listened to, and heard Riley Martin.
He was good for a laugh. His speech inflection was contrived, his answers were obtuse, off the wall, and contorted by avoidance when filled with the
use of "nonetheless". The only times he claimed not to know anything was when asked about other people with similar claims or a book called
Uritania(?), but he seemed to want us to believe that he had all the answers to every phenomenon, or Biblical reference, or scientific theory, etc.
Where he gave himself away as a phony was by telling the host that he hopes to be invited back again because he is trying to solicit support for a
screenplay of his book, and host his own show. I venture to say that he wrote a story, learned it well and pushes that as truth.
I recall reading in here a similar tale of a poster, who like Martin, claims to have been abduted three times, gven knowledge far beyond our own, and
who warns of the surfacing of Christ in 2005, end times in 2012, reptilians and such. But then again I could be confusing the ideas of different
[edit on 8/24/04 by SomewhereinBetween]