From: Rebecca Keith <XianneKei@AOL.COM> Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 16:02:21 -0500 Fwd Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 22:57:52 -0500 Subject: PROJECT-1947: "Colonel Steve Wilson" and his lies Greetings Jan and list, >Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 10:46:47 -0800 >From: Jan Aldrich <jan@CYBERZONE.NET> >Subject: Re: "Colonel Steve Wilson" and his lies >To: PROJECT-1947@LISTSERV.AOL.COM > The Area 51 Mailing LIst has a rather harsh message about > Steve Wilson, Colonel, CAF, USAF (Ret) [CAF must be the > Confederate Air Force, an aviation booster group.] It seemed > that such an unsupported attack needed an answer. While the good Col is answering your questions, I hope he can also tell us where he learned to read Vegan. Nevermind, that I don't even know what VEGAN is, but from digesting some of Col Steve's posts, I have surmised it is some sort of alien language which is written on the side of UFOs. Why do we bother with people like Col. Steve? Bob Dean? Derrel Sims? And countless others? They never offer ANY proof for their claims -- they just want to be storytellers. I wrote Col. Steve off during the Alien Autopsy debacle, as he was making wild claims then. People who make claims with no documentation are a waste of our time. And on the oppposite of the coin, when one offers proof that these storytellers claims are bogus, well, their followers will never believe you and brand you an agent of disinformation! Since I'm relatively new to this field, I would like to know: Has it always been like this? Or is the problem worse now because we live in the information age? Thanks, Rebecca BTW, I wrote about storytellers in the latest issue of Fortean Times (Issue 105).
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