a reply to: Phage
I think the network got upset about one of the last shows where they were going to do a piece on Stephen Greer's alien body mummy-thing that he was
swearing was real and of course was total B.S.
Greer has really done a good job of making the ufo world as credible as Bigfoot.
I thought it was a good show anyways. They tried. Bill was a bit too enthusiastic and letting confirmation bias really get him in some spots and some
of the evidence they spent long segments on were pathetic. Like the guy who had the ufo video and it was just a camcorder filming a plane and
One time they actually showed how a lens will create the effect of those ufo ships around the space tether. They demonstrated it exactly but Bill was
like "cool but our video is probably still alien craft".
He needed to stop saying the word "craft" every 10 seconds.
And then an old guy pointed out an aluminum alloy was the "memory metal" he saw his grandfather show him at Roswell and somehow Bill was like "cool
but the Roswell metal is still alien metal"….
But for what they had to work with they did some good work. I always hoped they would continue that show.
Same with James Fox the "Out of the Blue" and "I know What I Saw" guy who was supposed to do a more recent documentary?
As usual a lot of the intrigue of those docs are weather the person being interviewed is telling the truth or completely making crap up.
The Phoenix Lights one was good because of how many witnesses there were.
Anyways, all this stuff was pre-iphone days. The fact that there are not good ufo videos everywhere is really suspicious to me.
OH - yes, James Fox was involved with that show (forgot the name) that was a total work. They would show them running around fields at night then cut
to fake footage of bad CGI lights and they would be like "It's here, it's right here, oh my god!!" Holy crap that was bad. So yeah, that might have
killed the whole thing right there.
edit on 25-6-2020 by joelr because: james Fox and the worst ufo show