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Click on this picture for my sighting "Extraordinary claims require Extraordinary Evidence. She said "You know, they used to call you 'crazy Jer'.
They used to say "he saw 'something' "; and the fact was, I had. The trouble was it was next to impossible to talk about it with most people because I could see their reactions whenever I tried to discuss it.
Most people would listen to you on the surface but would tend to think you were wacky for even bringing it up. It was obvious the average person couldn't really "connect" with me on this. So I did my best to keep it in, but a word or two would "pop out" here and there. Somehow, the incredible need to talk about it, combined with the inability to get it out for full discussion with anyone that could really understand, set the stage for what you see here today.
I have always considered myself a basically level-headed person, and this really bothered me. Air Force and scientific establishment were repeatedly saying it didn't exist, yet my own eyes told me it most certainly did.
Although the research I performed thereafter was mostly a search for an answer for myself, I fervently hoped that one day I would have enough fully-substantiated information which would enable me to talk about it and, with some luck, be listened to in a serious manner.
What did I see? If you missed it, click here. Well, it appears I may have more than reached that goal. Thanks to the efforts of many hard-working people out there who have gathered and provided us first-hand research from around the globe, this website is now additionally able to include a number of upper-echelon people who have stepped forward in person to add their own technically-supported sightings to the mix.
It is my hope this will make it easier for other educated, intelligent readers to come to the realization this topic is a great deal more respectable than previously thought by some.
Researchers or anyone looking for more information concerning Dr. Hynek please click his picture above.
After discovering the Internet and coming "on line" in earlyI noticed some discussions regarding Dr. Allen Hynek where one critic had called him a "failed scientist.
Hynek, originally a total skeptic concerning UFOs, had been hired by the U. Air Force as a civilian astronomical consultant, charged with finding commonplace explanations for difficult-to-solve UFO cases in their files.
Amazingly, over the course of an approximately twenty year study, Hynek found he had failed to be able to explain them all away to his total satisfaction and instead, wound up becoming an outspoken advocate for continued study of the phenomenon. Due to my own brief personal interaction with Hynek once years ago on the telephone, and having thought long and hard about him for a good 30 years, I found myself responding to those internet discussions when I posted a series of essays on "alt.
Hynek," based upon some of the research I had performed. Jim was the first person to appreciate what I had done in this regard. Web Site Overview You may think I'm totally crazy for writing this next part, but please don't leave this site without at least clicking on the Belgium, Iran, Illinois and the recently added Chicago O'Hare Airport, USA case links approximately four or five paragraphs below.“Never Just Pictures.
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