by Michael Lauck
One of the common arguments used by skeptics and debunkers is that UFO witnesses are actually inserting pop culture imagery into their memories or interpretations of an event. For example, they will state that abductees see “Greys” because the Grey alien archetype was prominently featured on book covers and in the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Of course this argument completely (and conveniently) overlooks the fact that the creatures depicted on these book covers and in the film were based on descriptions of experiencers who had not seen the movie or books. Nonetheless, the argument is still put forth confidently and is often not even questioned. How can this assertion be derailed?
by Martin Willis
There is a buzz going around about Denver that you probably have heard, an anonymous person claims he is filming UFOs over Denver, and everybody is talking about it. He contacted a Fox 31 News reporter, brought the film in and showed her the footage.
Watch news clip here.
Fox 31 then took their own cameraman to the area and filmed the same thing with the same results which all occurred between noon and 1 PM.
“That is not an airplane, that is not a helicopter, those are not birds… I can’t identify it,” aviation expert, FAA accident prevention counselor, and former pilot Steve Cowell told Fox 31. [sic]
Why would this gentleman be filming every day for months and what was he filming? Additionally, why would he slow down his film to look at it? Regardless, there is no question that the film does show something. But is it an unidentified flying bug (UFB), or is it a UFO?