reply to post by deprogrammer
You think that he has been trying to keep up the momentum by creating fake events to keep him in the spotlight as it were?
Could well be.
The incidents were fairly evenly spaced out timewise.
He certainly knows how to use social networking to keep up the momentum!
Perks returned from the Road Trip on approximately 20th May 2012, and, judging by his tweetings and Facebookings, was riding high with the stardom.
On the 'net he was proudly parading his citation that was issued by Lincoln County, NV, officers on 14th May 2012 at 21:01h for the violation that
occurred timed at 19:45h.
His tweets boasted how he had managed to sneak out some photos of the incident at the gate even though the law enforcement officers had ordered all
Perks was eager to answer questions on Lee Spiegel's Area 51 incident article that appeared in the Huffington Post on 13th October 2012.
Perks wrote, in his usual inimitable fashion:
09:41 AM on 10/15/2012
"Firstly they took my iphone off me and every one elses phones and di not destry them.
Kucikly I had saved any images on my iphone in a secure folder.
My iphone needed a pin to access it and they did not have this.
Before we left we had to physically delete any images on our iphones.
However I was only instructed by the guard supervising this to remove them from the iphone camera album.
He didnt say anywhere else so thats why I have those images.
Secondly, we were allowed to go back to the tour bus to fetch warm clothes.
Whilst doing this I had a small camera in my rucsack that was underneath my seat and had not been searched so I managed to get a few shots off on the
Huffington Post Article
On the run up to the actual broadcast on BBC3 on 15th October 2012 Perks was constantly tweeting about the upcoming show and including images of the
incident as aforementioned.
He was on Planet X Live Radio on the 14th October 2012 using that opportunity to promote the documentary:
Planet Xtra - 14th October 2012 - Darren Perks
It was in this Planet X Live show that he discussed the famous Wrekin crop circle of 21st/22nd July 2013, but, interestingly did not include mention
of the "orange sphere UFO" that had appeared on the 21st July at "approx 2330 hours."
He had submitted the "Orange Sphere UFO" report to UK UFO Sightings on 25th July 2012, claiming that the image had been taken by himself on the 21st
July 2012, when in fact another person had taken the photo 14 months previously at 23:10:59h on 18th May 2011 near Yardro.
Wrekin Hill Shropshire 21st July 2012
You will note that the last comment he makes on 14th March 2013 - as HIMSELF - on that page is to myself calling us "anal Canadians."
Maybe he forgot to mention the sphere on Planet X? Or maybe he realised that someone might question the sphere story? The dead wood pigeons got a
The orange sphere UFO event never got the fame (and notoriety) that the Alamo received.
This is probably because it had not been submitted to MUFON and Latest UFO Sightings (where "someone" pretended to be "Kerry Lee,") but just to UK
On 22nd July 2012 Perks tweeted that he'd been asked to "advise on some items" for an upcoming British movie.
On 15th October 2012 Perks sent out hundreds of tweets telling people to watch the Conspiracy Road Trip UFOs show that evening.
On 17th October 2012 Perks retweeted a tweet by Trail Cameras UK: "Conspiracy Road Trip star Darren Perks will be demoing night vision and signing
autographs on our stand."
We did see a possibly dubious event reported to UK UFO Sightings:
North of Shrewsbury - 21st November 2012
Quite a number of the comments under that report were Perks himself using different "heads" to support the story and himself.
He claimed to have 14 independent witnesses and provided a crayon or marker drawing of the event which seems to have disappeared from the UK UFO
On 12th December 2012 Perks tweeted to Pontifex (the previous Pope) to buy his eBook "The Shropshire UFO Mystery" - but the Pope wasn't the only
recipient of such a tweet.
Hundreds of others of us were recipients too.