UFO Conjecture(s)

Thursday, August 21, 2014

The Steep Rock "hoax"

Here's a UFO tale said to be a hoax, and who am I to dispute that:


What shows this UFO account to be a hoax?

On its face, the account is fictive -- novelized -- as if someone was writing a SciFi story. (Compare it to Lonnie Zamora's police-like report about his 1964 Socorro sighting.)

But what disturbs, somewhat, are later "sightings" like this one which I've noted here: The Aldeburgh sighting and the Reverend Gill sighting(s).

Was the Steep Rock acount actually a hoax or did the persons initially reporting it recant, bcause they were hounded by peers or government/military agencies, who wanted to discount the sighting (for one reason or another)?

Yet, the prose elaboration tells me the story was concocted, however....



  • One thing I have found to be true is that in every truth there is some fiction and vice versa.

    If there is a psychic component to any of this as a broad general term to describe odd correlations, this might be a good example:


    There are others as well that might or might not relate to information theory.

    Loren Coleman's exploration of what he calls "twilight language" might be another apt example.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Thursday, August 21, 2014  

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