When this $ham first dropped on the UFO/alien scene, I watched and within the first several minutes I said BS, totally. Continuing to watch the $ham confirmed this was a $harade made to $ucker the gullible who are fascinatingly hypnotized by anything alien and UFO. Maybe they have a reality challenged captive audience filled by those who fall for just about anything shown them on the TV, which is the preferred media source to make it real in there simple minds.
Ya know, the TV induced simple mind syndrome was again confirmed when those two squidbillies down in alabami or Louisiana pulled a fast one with that frozen bigfoot Halloween costume in a cooler everybody was falling all over themselves about. They even had some self fancied bigfoot expert named biscardi fall in line with them and make a $50,000 investment $tatement this was the real deal.
It goes on and on and on with people really believing this stuff is real enough to part with their disposable cash for a little piece of the action. There's a $ucker born every minute of the freakin day and this will never stop.
Exposure is the only remedy to throw a monkey wrench in the $ham machine.