I’ve harped on this before, so forgive me for being
redundant, but this is an issue that needs to be redressed.
I see from comments and e-mails that many readers here
haven’t read Scully's Behind the Flying Saucers but presume to speak about the
book and its contents.
And among the books I cite for my speculations, few, if any,
have read or have them but they, too, presume to comment on my citations.
And what about those of you who haven’t bought Nick
Redfern’s book, Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind, or any of Kevin Randle’s
Yet you quidnuncs continue to pontificate about their
This is the height of hubris, ignorant hubris.
That UFO people don’t support those who author credible,
worthwhile tomes about the UFO topic is more than disappointing; it’s
disgusting, you bastards!
I’m sure many of you buy cigarettes and beer, but opt not to
support those who grind away at the UFO mystery, using their personal funds and
time to enlighten the ufological masses.
That some of you deign to comment on esoteric books and
postings about them that I bring to this venue makes me intellectually sick.
You oafs are not respected nor esteemed, but I allow your
comments out of a sense of courtesy, for the mentally challenged.
Go forth, buy Nick’s books and Mr. Randle’s, and anyone else
who has credible cachet in the UFO community.
And if you choose to comment on my fantasy offerings, do so
with the background of knowledge you’ve garnered by reading and understanding
the material proffered.
The UFO clan is awash in dolts. Let’s keep them far from