From: "Scott Reed" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 07:39:57 -0500 Fwd Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 12:04:47 -0500 Subject: Re: Media Influence on Abduction Reports > From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <email@example.com> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: UFO UpDate: Media Influence on Abduction Reports > Date: Wednesday, November 12, 1997 5:52 PM > From: Greg Sandow <email@example.com> > To: "'UFO UpDates - Toronto'" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: media influence on abduction reports > Date: Wed, 12 Nov 1997 00:02:58 -0500 > The two numbered points on my wish list have to be used together. For > example, here's something I'm fond of saying. I like to compare the > prevalent description of aliens (going right back to the first > reports of UFO "occupants") to the visions of aliens in popular > science fiction. UFO aliens were, right from the start, almost > universally described as "little men." Science fiction aliens, > however, are much more varied than that. They can be blobs, bug-eyed > monsters, creatures with tentacles, robots, you name it. Although I agree with most of what you've written here, I think you are excluding a lot of UFO occupant reports which describe beings as blobs, bug-eyed monsters, robots (perhaps rightly excluding creatures with tentacles), etc. The majority of reports describe small, large skulled creatures, but there are also a wide variety of other beings in the annuls of UFO history. I'm not really disputing anything you have written here, but I just thought I'd point this out. If you want some particular examples, I can list them in another message. ScottR.
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