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originally posted by: mirageman
Then we were told the family was so scared that they sold up to Bigelow. Even though Tom Sherman actually stayed on as caretaker at the ranch and signed an NDA with Bigelow!
originally posted by: vlawde
I know nothing of her aside that I've heard her name before. She had a guy named Chris Marks on the show who used to work security for Bob Bigelow on the ranch.
I was hoping for new info on what goes on at the ranch, but for the most part the show was spent bashing George Knapp, Jeremy Corbell and several others. And tons of a@@ kissing of Ryan Burns (whom I have no problem with, but still).
Both Erica and this security guard sound like very disagreeable people who could be jealous of others talking about the ranch. Waste of airtime, and very unprofessional. And despite all their bluster, no new info on the ranch except this Chris claims Roswell really happened. Personal vendettas like this are part of the reason we make little progress in the UFO/paranormal field, with infighting that's not helpful at all
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
She isn't saying anything that isn't true. Erica Lukes is a great Lady in my opinion. She has been honored at more than one MUFON Symposium for her work, and was a state director for MUFON.
originally posted by: Azureblue
a reply to: vlawde
Back in the 1970's, in Australia, i read a book about Rosewell and it featured a photo which was alleged to have been taken at the time of the event.
The photo reproduced in the book showed a grainy picture but nevertheless clearly distinguishable shapes, of two men in milittree uniform each holding a hand of a very short figure but with very long arms, who was walking between them with its arms up in the air on about a 60 degree angle. It closely resembled a mum and dad each holding the hand of a todler.
While i do not know what photo editing or photo making technology was around in those days, thats for others to say, I cannot see the software of those times, if it existed, making a very good job of making a drawing of two milittree officers (at least one was wearing a cap and one appeared to have rank things on their shoulder labels) walking on both sides of a roughly human shaped, entity, person or whatever it was.
This picture was reproduced in a picture posted on this forum some years ago and someone pronounced it fake but I the person concerned chose not explain why they considered it to be fake.
Question for all the experts - could a photo likely taken by a newspaper reporters camera of the 1960s, published in back and white be later copied from the original and again inserted into a book published in the early to mid 1970s?
I say 'copied' because as I recall, the story said the original was confiscated by the millittree so it would reasonable that it would dissapear and only copies of copies would likely be available.
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: Azureblue
This is way off topic. But if the photo you are thinking of is this one.
It's a hoax and Isaac Koi explained it here..
However it points out why ufology never gets anywhere because people won't let hoaxes and resolved cases die.
Now back at the ranch....