UFO Conjectures

Sunday, November 09, 2014

Crazier and crazier!



  • Some forms of insanity are acceptable within social norms..even as entertaining as cartoons or comic books. This theorist needs to get out more often..maybe take up pottery or building bird houses.
    He seems like a great candidate to give a lecture at one of those conventions where they sell alien trinkets in a flea market.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • He'll have to do it in the afterlife since this was a deathbed confession. It's his background that's making this "news."

    By Blogger Ron, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Kevin Randle has a good post, at his blog, about the guy and the story.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • I nominate "Walmart Toy" as best short response to unprovable claims.

    By Blogger Ron, at Sunday, November 09, 2014  

  • Ron
    Whether he passed on or not...I agree that this is, as you suggested, a shoddy product. Walmart as well as in ufology, shoddy products dominate the market at steeply discounted prices. They are a dime a dozen.From Venusian's with secret messages on the soles of their footwear to reptilian cattle rustlers, to alien human baby hybrids...as Rich said, there's crazy....and then there is crazier.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Monday, November 10, 2014  

  • The government's decade's-old UFO disinformation campaign has been incredibly successful. This latest feint proves they're still working the mojo. It's hard to find out what's on the other side of the looking glass when they're the ones controlling the smoke and mirrors.

    I don't know how you break that kind of stranglehold.

    By Blogger Ron, at Monday, November 10, 2014  

  • I assume you're joking, Ron.

    Unfortunately, it's hard to tell with some UFO buffs. Two commenters at Randle's blog are trying to salvage the dignity of their UFO beliefs by suggesting Bushman's delusions are actually government disinformation.

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Monday, November 10, 2014  

  • Terry:

    Someone like Timothy Good (call him T), who has been on the 'government disinformation' bandwagon for decades and has written endless books about it, has been suspected, by someone I will call X, of being a disinformation agent himself.

    But along comes Y who responds by claiming it is X who is the disinformation agent, not T. What next? A guy called Z alleges it is Y who is the guilty one, not X or T. X, Y and T then argue it out and we the public are none the wiser. Meanwhile others claim some of these guys tell the truth part of the time and lies the rest of the time.

    Rather like those logic puzzles you get about who is the liar or who is the truth-teller, etc.

    This is not an impossible scenario in ufology; it is how the UFO community acts now and again (at least parts of it).

    We ufologists live in a complicated world. And it aint getting any simpler - not with these conspiracy guys. So you are right - it is hard to tell with some UFO buffs.

    By Blogger cda, at Tuesday, November 11, 2014  

  • We are all missing the bigger scandal out of the Bushman story. Supposedly, we have ETs on the government payroll as they ply their trade in Area 51.

    This should trigger Congressional hearings. Who's providing ET's healthcare? Did they have to sign up for the Affordable Healthcare Act?

    That's truly the work of government disinformation!

    By Blogger Tim Hebert, at Tuesday, November 11, 2014  

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