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Not One Useful Fact in this Steaming Heap of Fiction
This review is based solely on the Roswell/Area 51 episode.
The producers used a UFO debunker as their star witness and apologist. They did not even try for a balanced program, one that might include a respectable subject-matter expert.
By example, and there are many in this program, I hope to demonstrate how moronic the debunker actually sounded.
Debunker: "In the late 70's America was saucer crazy and just waiting for a story like Roswell to appear." Wow! Amazing stuff!What does this PROVE? Nothing! But the debunker implies that Roswell could not have happened because too many people were interested in UFOs. Poppycock!
Any good UFO researcher would have told the audience that the unimpeachable Army Air Corp (now US Air Force) witness, Major Jesse Marcel was very clear about what he handled at the crash site. "It was not of this earth. I was ordered to get it to Wright Field" (now Wright-Patterson Air Force Base) That you can take to the bank.
Ray Szymanski Author of Fifty Shades of Greys: Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitation to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Beyond.
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