Friday, June 16, 2017

Thoughts On The New MJ12 "Documents"

While I don't know who faked those new MJ12 documents, there's not a chance this is disinformation by a government agency.

This is probably the work of someone in Ufology, who is just waiting for certain UFO researchers to endorse the documents - and then the hoaxer will come forward and explain how and why he did it.
 
With the 70th anniversary of the Roswell crash being just around the corner, this is perfect timing for someone to try and fool Ufology. And with the "I want to believe" factor so strong in Ufology, it will probably work.

I am looking forward to seeing certain ufological fence-sitters who will 100 percent refuse to denounce the documents as bullshit.

Why won't they denounce them? Because they fear they won't get booked at next year's conference here, or conference there, and are fearful of not being in with the "in-crowd" of Ufology anymore. Pathetic!! To those people, I say grow some balls and say what these "documents" are - total crap!

Majestic 12: The New papers


You may have seen that just a couple of days ago a new batch of Majestic 12 documents surfaced. Are they real? No, not in my opinion. They are a total joke! You can find my article here...

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017

UFOs & Rendlesham Forest

A new article from me on UFOs around Rendlesham Forest, England - but not the 1980 incident...these are from 1983 and 1984...

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Roswell and "Memory Metal"




At Mysterious Universe, I address the issue of the so-called "memory metal" found on the Foster Ranch, Lincoln County, New Mexico in 1947. I am, of course, talking about Roswell.

Here's how the article begins:

"When it comes to the Roswell affair of July 1947, there are numerous issues, theories and ideas for what happened. Or, for what didn’t happen. One of the issues that very often surfaces – in relation to the nature of the recovered debris – is that which concerns the so-called “memory metal” reportedly found at the site. Those who are of the opinion that aliens met their deaths on the Foster Ranch, Lincoln County, New Mexico on that fateful and fatal day suggest that the memory metal can only have been extraterrestrial in nature. But, is that really the truth? Well, it very much depends on who you ask and who you believe."

Roswell: "Sinister Secrets"



Over at Red Dirt Report, Andrew Griffin provides an excellent review of my new book, The Roswell UFO Conspiracy.

The article is titled "New book on alleged Roswell 'saucer crash'  controversy points to far more sinister secrets."



FrightFind and the Men in Black


FrightFind.com highlights my Men in Black book, as the 20th anniversary of the Men in Black movie looms on the horizon...

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Men In Black - 20 Years Later


In a new article at Mysterious Universe, I highlight (A) the looming 20th anniversary of the release of the movie Men in Black; and (B) the differences between the Hollywood MIB and the real ones...

You can find the article here, and below is an extract:

July 2 of this year will mark the 20th anniversary of the release of the movie Men in Black, which starred Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Linda Fiorentino, and Rip Torn. It was an incredibly successful movie that pulled in close to $600 Million in box-office takings. Men in Black II surfaced in 2002 and made a more than respectable profit, and the third movie in the series – Men in Black 3 – did even better, with box-office figures reaching more than $620 Million. Based on Lowell Cunningham’s comic book series, Men in Black, the movies most definitely brought the MIB of UFO lore to the attention of millions of people – and all around the world. The movies did something else, too: they cemented in the minds of most people the image that the MIB are the operatives of a highly secret agency which is buried deep within the heart of the U.S. Government. The reality, however, is very different.

Of course, the three Men in Black movies are meant purely as entertainment for the whole family – which they certainly are. But, when it comes to the real Men in Black, matters are much darker. In fact, way darker. And, I’m not talking about the color of the suits. It’s ironic that the movies portrayed the Men in Black as what we might term “ufological 007’s,” as the “secret agent” angle is actually the most unlikely explanation for the MIB.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

The Demonic Connection - At 30

In a new article I profile the "30th anniversary" of the publication of  Toyne Newton's book, The Demonic Connection.

Here's how the article begins...

"This year marks the 30th anniversary of the publication of what still remains a fascinating and controversial book. The book is titled The Demonic Connection and the subtitle is An Investigation Into Satanism in England and the International Black Magic Conspiracy. The author is Toyne Newton (with Charles Walker and Alan Brown). It’s a book I first read when it was published, and which I still pick up and read again every few years. Much of the story is focused upon Clapham Woods, an area situated in the English county of West Sussex..."