posted on Apr, 28 2013 @ 09:39 AM
Originally posted by AthlonSavage
reply to post by NoRegretsEver
i love older ufo documentries and whats surprising when watching them is how little more we know now. In fact we dont know more now about Ufos than
when the documentry was made in 1979. The narrator of the Video played a lead role in the 1983 dune movie. Ill have to watch it tommorow evening if
its one youtube.
Roswell as real. As for Stanton friedman hes made his career off Roswell, i wish another ufo would crash in his town to give him some new material.
I went to a "convention" a few years back in san jose, calif, I was going to stay for saturday and sunday, but I didn't make reservations. I wanted
to check it out the opening day on friday, to see if it was worth spending the time and money. good thing I didn't, I went to the friday night 'big
event" where they had several speakers including british MOD nick pope. I had to sit way in the back, due to the fact I wasn't part of the chosen
few or had shelled out the money for premium seats. I was disappointed to say the least. they rehashed old videos, and other online lectures, which
provided decades-old information and nothing new to anyone with a computer. of course, out in the lobby you had the scores of books and tapes for
sale, all old re-cycled information.
by the time, I had payed for the entry fee for just that friday night, along with a few expensive glasses of cheap wine, I was done, and went back
home. for newbies, it would be great, but for anyone that has spent some time in the chair reviewing case files, studies, and more than enough grainy
videos, I felt like a big piece of candy on top of a white cardboard stick.