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August 19, 2019 — Nigel Watson with J. Randall Murphy

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
If Nigel is an exemplar, British ufologists are quite skeptical. Randall is skeptical, but the guest was even more so.
Yes, Nigel was indeed deferring to whatever mundane explanation could be responsible, but he did it in such a laid-back and matter-of-fact way that it made the discussion very enjoyable. I particularly liked the idea that the Walton experience could have been a fugue state induced by the fall he took. Given Walton's prior interest in UFOs, it wouldn't be surprising for him to have had exactly the type of experience he perceived, thinking it was objectively real, when in fact it was nothing of the sort.
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Richard Hawkins

Skilled Investigator
Just thought that I would pop in and educate the ignorant about last weeks show,firstly Bob Geldof does come from Northern Ireland he comes from another country called the Republic of Ireland,Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom ie it and its citizens are British.Secondly the accent performed was that of someone from the Republic of Ireland and not Northern Ireland.Northern Ireland is were Stonewall and Andrew Jackson come from also where the founder of the S.A.S Col Paddy Blair Main comes from.I an especially supprised at you Yorkshire Pud as I thought you would know your British history as well as your English history.