That's David Hatcher Childress, as bad as Stanton Friedman, et al. He is seen at real archeological sites but he sounds like a trainee of latrines!
At least unlike Friedman Childress claims no academic credentials as a professional archaeologist nor in any other scientific field of study. IOW, a
pseudo-archaelogist. Friedman still calls himself a Nuclear Physicist and everyone makes fun of that. Not a pseudo-Nuclear Physicist but a
non-practicing one! I tried years ago to discredit Childress when he published a book titled: "Extraterrestrial Archeology" which was a "rip-off" of
Fred Steckling's "WE DISCOVERED ALIEN BASES ON THE MOON" as far as reproducing the NASA photos in Fred's book but without Fred's comments under each
photo. It was bad enough we had Fred's book, now we have a clone! I successfully embarrased Steckling on a radio program in L.A. in the early
I watch the TV show "Ancient Aliens" but just for the visuals 'cause they show many interesting locales which I'll never visit. But because I can't
stand the ridiculous patter, I watch it with the volume muted and the close captions off.
edit on 23-11-2012 by The Shrike because: To add comment.
Originally posted by RoScoLaz
ufo programmes on mainstream TV are invariably biased in favour of a 'nothing to see here' mentality, or if attempting to be impartial, deathly
dull. and of course we know every word of every story they retell. yet the dearth of UFO programming on mainstream TV in general means that we will
watch them nonetheless. c'est la vie.
I'm not sure how you're defining a "dearth of UFO programming" or "mainstream TV" but I'd say in general there is quite a bit of UFO
programming and it's hardly all skeptical.
For example, Ancient Aliens seems to get played non-stop on the Hysteria Channel.
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