Blake Cousins, aka, "ThirdPhaseOfMoon" is an absolute obscenity to the topic of Ufology. What's perplexing about TPOM, is how in holy hell they are
able to get people like Stanton Friedman and David Jacobs to appear on it. Their publicists need to be fired...
I've got a YouTube Channel strictly for Paranormal-Related topics. I'm working on a UFO documentary as we speak.
I believe the thing about Hoaxers, is that, it's EASY. It's really easy. Doing research, and trying to put out something with some meat on its bones
is NOT easy.
In the course of work I've been doing with the UFO doc, I've come across some individuals who have had personal experiences, and would make excellent
witnesses. The problem lies in the fact that trying to get people to appear on camera for interviews is a near impossible feat.
So, I can tell you that there's credible people, with credible stories, having INcredible experiences, but you'll have to take my word for it.
I'm starting to think that anyone who is willing to come out and openly discuss the subject has a strictly ulterior (financial) motive.
I've been working on the UFO doc for the better part of six months, and I'm left with having to use archival footage, and focus on highly public cases
and scenarios, due, mostly, to the fact that anyone with actual information on the subject doesn't want their reputation soured; in short, people
don't want to touch the topic of UFOs with a 10 foot pole, because of the risk to their reputations/careers. Unfortunately, I can understand why.
I guess, if you had an amazing experience, would you want to be associated with creeps like Blake Cousins?
The signal-to-noise ratio in the Ufology arena is EXTREMELY high. Scumbags like TPOM only add to an already muddied water.
edit on 24-5-2013 by AllenBishop because: (no reason given)