ABC UFO Summary

The ABC feature “UFOs: Seeing is Believing” which ran last Thursday has had plenty of commentary over the past week. Ratings for the program were solid, though not spectacular (and it looks like people lost interest halfway through). Here’s what people are saying:

  • The John E Mack Institute has a comprehensive summary from not only Will Bueche, but also luminaries such as Budd Hopkins (who appeared in the program). They also have a related article available for reading.
  • Paranormal News is critical of the mass market style of the program.
  • Randall Fitzgerald provides an autopsy of the ABC feature for the Phenomena Magazine website.
  • UFO Info claims the show was biased towards the skeptical side of the equation.

Feel free to leave your own comment on the show if you managed to catch it.

  1. Seeing is believing
    Among other things, I find it extremely odd that Jennings did not make even a passing mention of Dr. Steve Greer’s “Disclosure Project.”

    Go here and download the FREE two-hour video. Watch it for five minutes and you’ll be hooked. You’ll find it odd, too, that it wasn’t mentioned on Jenning’s show.

    I had other problems with the show, but hope to wax more eloquent at a later date.



    1. The Disclosure Project
      Here is the intro to the abovementioned FREELY downloadable movie:

      “On Wednesday, May 9th, over twenty military, intelligence, government, corporate and scientific witnesses came forward at the National Press Club in Washington, DC to establish the reality of UFOs or extraterrestrial vehicles, extraterrestrial life forms, and resulting advanced energy and propulsion technologies. The weight of this first-hand testimony, along with supporting government documentation and other evidence, will establish without any doubt the reality of these phenomena, according to Dr. Steven M. Greer, director of the Disclosure Project which hosted the event.”

      I think that it might be quite important to keep this discussion somewhere near the top of the TDG home page for a while, rather than let it slip off the bottom of the page, since I think that there will be much to talk about.

      For one thing, it was rather amusing to see SETI’s vast array pointed at the stars, much like the eyes of Easter Island’s stone giants are looking somewhat higher than the horizon. The result of a bit of misdirection, I think — both in the distant past and the present.


  2. ABC UFO show
    To me it seemed “they” were trying to start an attempt at mass media distraction. Get us, Americans, interested in something else and while we’re not looking do what “they” need to do. It just seems strange to be presenting something like this to the general public at this time. There have not been any waves recently that I’ve noticed. Why didn’t the other networks get wind of this and do something of their own? To many ‘why and why not’ questions for me.

  3. Thanks Jeff, me too.
    The Disclosure Project is something I have followed ever since it’s begining. I am still astonished that more people do not know about it or care. It is the most professional, rational and successful attempt to get to the bottom of the issue in UFOlogy today. The names and former rank/positions of those 100 Government, military and corporate witnesses are made available to the public and to the press.

    The clue to understanding the lack of interest and the skepticism is my own friends, who say “I would believe if there was proof”. So, I give them as a start, and lo, they will not even visit the page. Why?

    Deep down, they do not want to know. And this way of living one’s life by blindly clinging to one’s chosen comfy reality, so epidemic in our society, scares me even more than the neocons. We all have the governments and media that we deserve, no matter who we are, or where.


    1. Thanks for that
      Thanks Dashour,
      I have heard of it but never looked it up.I get waylaid with other things.I don’t care what others say about what I believe.That is their problem.It is pretty obvious to me that there is something going on and it doesn’t matter if the ABC or whoever denies it, the proof is there in the photos and in the lights I have seen.


    2. They do not want to know.
      Hi Dashour.

      I have passed the link on to the very closest persons in my life, and they have yet to view the entire movie. They still love me, tho’, and believe in UFOs, but I think that in their hearts of hearts, they prefer to not believe too much.

      I think it is the possibility that the EXTRAterresstrials may not be from “without” our world, so much as they may be from “within” it. It is the “mouse in the house” thing that gives them the heebie-jeebies.



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