posted on Apr, 18 2012 @ 08:21 AM
I'm kind of new to the scene as far as UFO videos go, so this is the first time I have seen these videos or heard of these cases. In all of the
videos I have seen, and interviews I have seen/read, I am strangely interested in these two the most. I cannot pinpoint exactly why, but I believe
both stories. I am a teacher, so perhaps I am just drawn to the school children's story. I have seen kids lie and tell the absolute truth. I get the
feeling the kids are telling the truth in that second video.
I agree with the previous poster that said out of 62 students, surely one would have cracked. I believe this because I would have been one of the
ones to crack. Some kids are excellent liars and can carry it on forever, however, some kids are terrible liars and will crack at the first
opportunity, such as myself. IMO there is no way all 62 of those kids are excellent liars. They also seem to give their answers some thought. They
aren't instantly trying to come up with something and filling in the void with lots of um's and uh's. Though I will say the interviewers do ask
leading questions that can sway their answers.
I'd also like to add that I have a few students who like to draw ufo/alien pictures, and most of their pictures involve ray guns etc. They have great
imaginations. I feel like if the students made up the story they would have said the aliens did something more interesting than stand there and look
at them. They would have said they tried shooting at them, or they chased them, or they SAID something to them with their mouth. They probably would
have been more elaborate about how the ufo flew through the sky and landed with a big noise. Children of that age make big, grand stories, IMO.
Another thing that interests me is the interview with the teachers. Teachers know their kids, and if they believe them then it gives me more of a
push to believe them as well. The teachers seemed genuine in their account.
Very interesting to me, and now I am off to research this case more.
edit on 18-4-2012 by tport17 because: (no reason given)