posted on Jan, 17 2011 @ 06:24 PM
I usually refrain from posting in threads like this because there generally is no definitive answer.
I am a staunch believer but enjoy attempting to debunk when I can, because I approach the topic as a skeptic would (thats the only way to get real
answers I'm afraid).
The two pieces of evidence alone could be anything. What I refer to as aural matrixing.....I can explain further on that If anyone wants me to....
The two pieces of evidence in conjunction with each other, being from different dates and by different investigators are quite compelling to me. That
is the kind of evidence that investigators look for, repeatable experiments, even a scientist will agree that something gains more credence when it
can be repeated.
Two different times, two different investigations, same result.
I like that.