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First generation UFO researcher Stanton Friedman dead at 84
#11
(05-14-2019, 05:42 PM)Sassy Wrote: He died at the airport?

He died in flight. If you listen to the interview I posted he talks about how he really has to stop touring
and is going to do it. People kept pushing him when he wanted to stop - and it looks like
this didn't help his health.
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(05-14-2019, 05:46 PM)Treebeard Wrote:
(05-14-2019, 05:42 PM)Sassy Wrote: He died at the airport?

He died in flight. If you listen to the interview I posted he talks about how he really has to stop touring
and is going to do it. People kept pushing him when he wanted to stop - and it looks like
this didn't help his health.

I just read the article. So sad.
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(05-14-2019, 05:46 PM)Treebeard Wrote:
(05-14-2019, 05:42 PM)Sassy Wrote: He died at the airport?

He died in flight. If you listen to the interview I posted he talks about how he really has to stop touring
and is going to do it. People kept pushing him when he wanted to stop - and it looks like
this didn't help his health.

Rest in Peace Stanton.


He was a FIXTURE in the UFO circuit. He was intelligent and he brought what he brought to the whole mystery.

I agree with the above poster who said: "I never believed much of what he said" ... Chuckle

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Think for yourself
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#14
So does Stanton get counted as #4 or he doesnt qualify ?







TITOR RIGHT AGAIN! Woot

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One Last thing about Stanton before the thread dies, I did like the guy, but, during the course of the decades of his research, most of it was simply dis-credited many times on several websites. He never really produced any for real documents, no smoking gun, plus his claim of being a Nuclear Physicist was also called into question many times because he could not or would not produce actual proof.

Decent enough guy, but made tons of money from gullible people.
 
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It's funny the UFO community never talks about the only interesting case that exists, the Billy Meier case. It's almost as they want to cover it up.
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(05-15-2019, 10:11 AM)friedrich Wrote: It's funny the UFO community never talks about the only interesting case that exists, the Billy Meier case. It's almost as they want to cover it up.

That was debunked decades ago, the photos are all fakes.
Sorry I can't produce evidence to the effect presently.. it's something I filed under "hoax" such a long time ago.
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He was a great guy,
The world of UFO's has many types of people in it from shysters to money makers to people whom just want to un-earth the absolute truth.
just like anything some people will never believe and will always find a flaw that up holds their non-belief theories, and then we also have the opposites whom believe anything and of course those of us whom know what they have seen or been exposed to yet don't have actual proof of it. For me I know and have met either the people or their direct close relatives and in some cases other military people, that have direct knowledge of events that show we have people not from this planet or realm who have and or are here. There are many writings along with evidence of long time past events that substantiate this as well. one small thing to consider for the non-believers is the fact that well before any type of modern communication systems that would allow information to be passed easily around the world, is that for hundreds of years there is written archives from explorers and priest record keepers that show archived discussions and drawings of aliens. The interesting part is the FACT that ALL the verbiage and drawings show them the same even when the locals are 5000 miles away and could not at those times had any knowledge from the others. Any person with a clear and open mind would have to say there is not much choice in how this could be, except from seeing the same thing the others have seen.

In summary,
To each his own belief, and i really don't care if a person does or does not believe, there is enough evidence to know the answer.
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#19
R.I.P. candle at minimum he brought a lot of early attention to the issues and helped move the UFO community out of the Cultural Taboo Arena and into the accepted mainstream discussion platform.


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(05-15-2019, 10:32 AM)Treebeard Wrote:
(05-15-2019, 10:11 AM)friedrich Wrote: It's funny the UFO community never talks about the only interesting case that exists, the Billy Meier case. It's almost as they want to cover it up.

That was debunked decades ago, the photos are all fakes.
Sorry I can't produce evidence to the effect presently.. it's something I filed under "hoax" such a long time ago.

I can.

I give you the "wedding cake saucer".

100% FAKE

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Meir is a fraud.

I was originally fooled, back in the 80's


His pictures were too good to be true.

Think for yourself
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