UFO Conjectures

Monday, July 15, 2013

Snowden UFO Story


Tony Bragalia and I apologize for Snowden UFO "expose" that appeared here briefly.

Vimanaboy, among others, pointed out it was a hoaxed//fake story from a satirical site.

Some of us are so ready to accept, without thinking, the ET explanation for UFOs (and Roswell) that we grab anything promoting the idea.

Again, I am pained for having gotten some of you overly excited.



  • Snowden may STILL have valuable UFO information to reveal. A case of waiting for the right moment to strike. And you may be sure that Roswell will be at the top of the list, or very near the top.

    So we shall all have to wait for the storm to hit us. Both Messrs Rudiak and Bragalia are, I understand, tingling with excitement.

    By Blogger cda, at Monday, July 15, 2013  

  • Tingling, indeed, CDA.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, July 15, 2013  

  • So. my dear RR... please DON'T tell us that this means YOU have totally embraced the patented "Dream Team Investigative Technique (r)" so ably demonstrated by your Boy Wonder???

    (....no, nevermind...scratch that question, as I realize that I have nearly finished "transcribing" the secret lost Hynek UFO diaries, and after a little 'aging' in the oven at low heat will be ready for them to be 'found' by the wannabe Anthropologist Tommy Carey, just to show Mr. Bragalia that he has some competition in Dreaming...)

    By Blogger Kurt Peters, at Tuesday, July 16, 2013  

  • whoops! sorry...I miscounted the number of 'R's; I think I meant:


    By Blogger Kurt Peters, at Tuesday, July 16, 2013  

  • Stop The Presses!

    Finally a Final Report detailing the results of the hard work of The Roswell Dream Team!:


    By Blogger Chuck Finley, at Tuesday, July 16, 2013  

  • No, KP. I haven't embraced the ETH for Roswell or UFOs. but I allow the Randle Dream Team the option of seeing how much "proof" there is for such an hypothesis.

    One shouldn't be too close-minded about such things.

    (Life is full of mysterious wonders and possibilities; some of those possibilities bordering on the fantastic.)


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, July 16, 2013  

  • I missed the post that is now excised
    and I regret that I did as it may have been as surrealistically entertaining as Randle's ramble through The Roswell Festival.
    I am surprised there wasn't any twice removed cousins from the fabled pantheon of individuals hawking their close encounters fame, all trying to join the free marketplace of the cottage industry there.
    Well, in both cases the bar could not be lower as far as a common denominator and once again, we have the ongoing funeral services for taking the subject beyond the unwashed masses.
    Both Tony's backfiring and Kevin's stroll through a Disneyland of the mind, are the detritus of a phenomenon that can be counted on as a goofy exercise in pointless gab. Enjoyable but so off target as to be comical. Another day, another merry-go-round.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Tuesday, July 16, 2013  

  • Bruce:
    Kevin did say the Roswell festival had "a slight foray into science fiction".

    It depends on what is meant by 'slight'. Perhaps you agree with me that in this case Kevin is severely underplaying the term.

    However, I write as someone who wasn't there.

    By Blogger cda, at Tuesday, July 16, 2013  

  • CDA
    I thought that comment by Kevin was an inadvertent but pithy insight into his critical thought processes of analysis. Although the intents of science fictions between authors of fantasies all require an audience, perhaps the difference between the authors and the audience are slight in this case of the ballyhoo of circuses within circuses.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Tuesday, July 16, 2013  

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