The show itself is trashy, staged and pretty bad... no offense meant to anyone (except the producers). And of course all the folks at that motel in
the beginning saw some UFO's or they wouldn't have come to see the TV people in the first place!
The "frantic" chase of the black helicopter was funny and staged. Notice the cameras shooting from all angles, the camera man getting the Jeep door
slammed in his lens and then reaction shots from all over and inside- outside the Jeep/SUV. It all resulted in funny edits and reshot, badly acted
excitement ... not to say the helicopter wasn't seen and filmed, just that the "chase" was reconstructed later... which lacks credibility in a
marginal subject that really needs some.
The info, though, is a different story. I know people who've seen weird stuff in Sedona and all over Arizona... heck, I'm one of them. The rest of
the world gets some odd aerial action, too.
I know there are unconventional aircraft in the airspace over AZ, at least. I don't know where they are from or who made them, etc., but I have seen
them and know they exist... which helps nobody else but me and even then I'm not any more informed other than knowing that unconventional aircraft, of
some sort, exist.
I have close relatives who've seen spectacular UFO's, too, and one actually saw a rubbery armed, typical grey-esque pilot of an egg shaped craft
following him in the wee hours on a lonely country road in Illinois and the burly man will still not drive alone at night... nearly 20 years later.
Thousands of other folks have had these experiences, too, and not all of them are loony, seeking attention or after loot. Outside of some unstable
UFO convention types, the majority of witnesses I've talked to are very stable and truthful.
Dr. Woods and the Majestic Documents are a seemingly reliable source and the best part of the show. His website is at www.majesticdocuments.com and
he and his brother, Ryan, have them all compiled along with his testing methods and best educated guess as to authenticity. He IS invested in them,
but heck, he seems like he's truthful and knows what he's doing.
There's some truly interesting things discussed in those papers... and the real question for some is not when and by whom they were produced, but
rather if they were part of a govt disinformation campaign to make our enemies believe we had alien tech, if they were duped by some other govt's
psi-ops or if they are actually discussions of unknown advanced technology.
If "real" and from the time period in question, and there's at least a decent probability that they well might be, then the papers are truly reality
Then one has to contend with the slippery slope of what else might be part of our reality... and things get weirder.
But if one takes the time and looks into the varied claims from seemingly respected and solid sources in the govt and private aerospace sectors, and
the leaked papers that back them up, there sure seems to be something extraordinary going on.
Whether it's some convoluted plot or disinformation, or if it's simply what it seems to be, namely clandestine research into unknown high tech from
unknown sources, it really seems to exist and is of importance to our (and other's) government.
The mass of information in favor of UFO's, whatever they are, is overwhelming, despite the lack of a consensus opinion on the matter.
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