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PostSubject: I Know What I Saw   Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:47 pm

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This is the documentary by James Fox that focuses on people who have seen UFOs. He picks out cases he deems are quite strong, such as the Stephenville sightings and the Phoenix UFO.

None of the cases are new, and anyone into UFOs has heard them. There is no new information released from this documentary, and that may disappoint some. However, it is interesting to hear from eyewitnesses what they saw. There is a good clearing up of what happened during the Phoenix sightings of the giant boomerang shaped object.

Skeptics and debunkers will not like this program as they are not featured in it. Mr Fox just wants to hear the stories and experiences first hand, and not "experts" stating the people saw swamp gas or military flares. This documentary is about the witnesses.

One problem I had was the audio as James can not be heard asking the questions to the witnesses very well. Much is subtitled to help with those who have thick accents. Some of the film looked delayed, and I don't know if it is the fault of Mr Fox or the History Channel.

This is a very interesting documentary that leaves the viewer wanting more. Unfortunately, it is like a good desert, fills one up without any nutrients. I would recommend this to watch, but not purchases.
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PostSubject: Re: I Know What I Saw   Tue Oct 06, 2009 10:19 am

Spot on.

I've seen these programs so many times that I find myself ordering pizza with Nick Pope's accent Very Happy

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There is a good clearing up of what happened during the Phoenix sightings of the giant boomerang shaped object.

I would further clarify this as clearing up the way the AZ governor handled (mis-handled) the media of the incident.

Also some good dialog of the military folks from the Rendlesham Forest incident, Colonel Gordon E. Williams. Col Ted Conrad, and Lieutenant Colonel Charles I. Halt.


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PostSubject: Re: I Know What I Saw   Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:02 pm

Now I wish they could do a documentary on the cases with the best physical evidence. One that is not afraid to have a debunker on so they can answer those questions.

Maybe that can be a sequel.
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PostSubject: Re: I Know What I Saw   Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:18 pm

I was a bit disappointed with this documentary. I think it is great for those that don't know much about the UFO topic, but it offered nothing really new for those of us that do. Although, I did enjoy hearing from certain witnesses and for the most part found it enjoyable.
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PostSubject: Re: I Know What I Saw   Wed Oct 07, 2009 2:31 pm

I watched this documentary with the knowledge there would not be anything new, Lesley. That knowledge made me enjoy it more, otherwise I would have been much more negative in the review. I did like hearing what the witnesses had to say, but I wish Mr Fox would of brought up some of the cases that do not have much publicity.
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PostSubject: Re: I Know What I Saw   Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:07 pm

FYI...for those of you that have missed it before....

Tonight, October 19, 2009, at 9pm eastern time, this show will be re-broadcasted on the History channel.
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PostSubject: Re: I Know What I Saw   Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:15 pm

I liked this show and I agree that those of us who are involved know most or all of the cases because we are interested enough to read about them.

I do look at this from a different light and it appears that Lesley does too. The whole UFO Phenomenon is our world because we make it ours. For the average person on the street they do not take the time to research events and weigh the evidence. I think James did a good job in bringing testimony into play here so that people could see that there is a deliberate attempt to cover up the evidence that exists.

I sent an e-mail to James Fox and asked him to look at my sighting because I know what I saw and no one will ever be able to tell me different. I would testify to that under oath and I believe that other people watching would come forward knowing that they were not alone.
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PostSubject: Re: I Know What I Saw   Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:40 am

Gort wrote:
I liked this show and I agree that those of us who are involved know most or all of the cases because we are interested enough to read about them.

I do look at this from a different light and it appears that Lesley does too. The whole UFO Phenomenon is our world because we make it ours. For the average person on the street they do not take the time to research events and weigh the evidence. I think James did a good job in bringing testimony into play here so that people could see that there is a deliberate attempt to cover up the evidence that exists.

I sent an e-mail to James Fox and asked him to look at my sighting because I know what I saw and no one will ever be able to tell me different. I would testify to that under oath and I believe that other people watching would come forward knowing that they were not alone.

Really there is no sense in asking others about your sighting because they weren't there. As you say, those of us that have seen things know what we saw, what others think about that shouldn't be important. Obviously lots of people have had very interesting and up close sightings, but they will never be evidence for those that don't want to believe and for others they are often just another sighting to add to the many.
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