Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Project Blue Book Episode 2: "The Flatwoods Monster"

Well, I just got finished watching the second episode of the new History Channel show, Project Blue Book. The episode's title: "The Flatwoods Monster." If you know your UFO history, you'll know the story.

In the show, the Flatwoods Monster of West Virginia is portrayed nothing like the Flatwoods Monster (which is just a minor issue). The people of Flatwoods, however, are presented as distrusting, gun-toting nuts ready to blast the U.S. military with lead. None of which happened.

Also, we see one of the characters jump, or pushed, out of a window to her death. I've heard of TV companies being inspired by real events, but this is getting ridiculous. 

I wonder what the good people of Flatwoods are - tonight - thinking about the townsfolk who came before them and who have been portrayed in such a trigger-happy fashion.

That's my main gripe: the show-makers seem intent on making real people look bad. See my article at Mysterious Universe, in which I explain how, in episode 1, they portrayed a WWII hero as someone who had descended into mental illness and who needed to be shot up with meds. Pure bullshit.

On the plus side, the chick on chick action is getting closer (despite a slight hiccup that set things back), so I'll have to keep watching...

About the new "Project Blue Book" show...

Well, I finally got around to watching the new Project Blue Book show.

I was hugely unimpressed and the show did a disservice to the real George Gorman, a pilot who had a UFO encounter, and who did not have PTSD and who was not shot with chemicals or had his mind wiped.

The one saving grace: the prospect of what looks to be a bit of hot girl on girl action on the horizon...

Friday, January 11, 2019

Hanging Out in Salt Lake City

Hanging out last week in Salt Lake City with good friend and UFO researcher, Erica Lukes...












"A" Is For Adamski - A Great New Book


Over at Mysterious Universe, I review the new book from Greg Bishop and Adam Gorightly: "A" is for Adamski, which is excellent! Here's how my review begins:

“A” is for Adamski is an excellent new book from UFO authors / Flying Saucer historians Adam Gorightly and Greg Bishop. As you may have already guessed from the title of this large, approximately 400-pages-long book, it is focused on the Contactee movement. It chiefly covers the “Golden Age” of the long-haired Space Brothers, as the authors describe it. They are are talking about 1947 to 1978. And, as you will also likely have deduced, the book is presented in an A-Z style. Both Greg and Adam have a longstanding interest in – and a fascination for – the era of the Contactee and those human-looking aliens from Venus and elsewhere who warned of atomic war and the end of civilization. Allegedly, of course…




Tuesday, January 1, 2019

My New Book, "Area 51," Published Today



Published today is my new book, Area 51: The Revealing Truth of UFOs, Secret Aircraft, Cover-Ups & Conspiracies.

Here's the info from the publisher:

 It’s no secret that, roughly 100 miles north northwest of Las Vegas, in the middle of a remote dessert, sits an extension of the Edwards Air Force facility commonly known as Area 51, but its clandestine purpose and operations remain shrouded in secrecy. It’s a highly classified, restricted area, but, cloaked in conspiracy theories, its history and true function remain a mystery. Is it only devoted to flight testing experimental aircraft and building black ops weapons systems as some contend? Or is it home to a dead alien, crashed UFOs, and extraterrestrial technology…? Or all of the above?
Taking a thorough review of the historical record, eyewitness accounts, whistleblower testimony, and deathbed confessions, Area 51: The Revealing Truth of UFOs, Secret Aircraft, Cover-Ups and Conspiracies peers behind the classified secrets to understand the nature, history, and scope of the most controversial base in the United States. Redfern investigates the Cold War years, U-2 spy plane, SR-71 Blackbird, and chemical and nuclear weapon research as well as the base’s link to an extraterrestrial presence on Earth, reports of alien autopsies, recovery of non-terrestrial spacecraft, and attempts to duplicate the fantastic, alien technology.
From UFOs to secret aircraft and the CIA, shadowy government programs and unexplained events surrounding Area 51 are illuminated, including …
  • The government’s Nevada land-grab at Paradise Ranch
  • The U-2, the Blackbird, and the A-12 tests, refinements, and flights
  • The Robert Scott Lazar revelations
  • Roswell Incident and Project Mogul
  • The development of “black helicopters”
  • The “Autopsies – Bodies Unknown Origin 47” file
  • Intelligence gathering through ESP, parapsychological, and mind control
  • Secret research on teleportation
  • Vast, hollowed-out chambers, tunnels, and hidden underground facilities
  • And much, much more!!!