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June 16, 2019 — MJ Banias

Gene Steinberg

Forum Super Hero
Staff member
Is it possible that we need to understand UFO people, the culture surrounding the mystery, to figure out what's going on?

This was a truly intriguing discussion about something I have long speculated on.

On After The Paracast this weekend, we focused on the latest sightings from William Puckett, and we brought on researcher Curtis Collins to talk about the confusion and contradictions revolving around Luis Elizondo and whether he really headed the Pentagon UFO study.
 

Jenny Chan

Paranormal Novice
He is intelligent but a little pretentious with "I agree with you up to a point". ;)

Also seems hung up on definitions and labels, like a fresh
college grad.
And no, sky people are much more interesting than UFO people.
 

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
He is intelligent but a little pretentious with "I agree with you up to a point". ;)
Also seems hung up on definitions and labels, like a fresh college grad.
And no, sky people are much more interesting than UFO people.
Thanks for listening and commenting,

I don't mind a little back and forth discussion to better illuminate a point. I also happen to agree that in ufology, labels matter. They're often misunderstood and misused both inside and outside the field. If they were used with half the precision of a "fresh college grad" we'd all be better off for it.
 


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