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John B. Wells,
John Greenewald Jr.,
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Erich von Däniken,
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John Greenewald Jr.,
William J. Birnes
I caught a couple of episodes last night and I was impressed. The eyewitnesses appear credible and the stories of bizarre creatures are captivating. Many people will dismiss this show as nonsense - but if you have an open mind and an interest in the unknown I would definitely give it a watch or two. It really makes you want to take a hike into the wilderness to see what is out there for yourself. Being born and raised in NYC I have not had the chance to see many things out of the ordinary (not counting people on the subway of course). But apparently there are genuine stories from people that have clearly seen something with no explanation. I hope this show and others like it inspire the scientific community to take a closer look at things they might deem "pseudo-science." I would find it ridiculous to discount so many eyewitnesses from so many different locations across the country.
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