3/16/2022 0 Comments
Truth is the daughter of time
"Wayne", the excavator extraordinaire from Anjali's trapped-aliens-in-a-mountain story, has stepped forward to speak out. He is one of four witnesses to Anjali's experience whom she claims excavated a tunnel to an alien base and took her there to meet the aliens on January 21, 2018.
However, Wayne's account of events boils down to something quite different: Anjali got high, her daughter called for a wellness check, and a friend drove her home because she was not sober. How disappointing.
3/9/2022 0 Comments
Tunnels and Tears
On Saturday, Wayne of No Tunnels No Aliens fame will appear on Steven Cambian's Truthseekers podcast. I've written a few more Twitter threads on the case this week, following from the three major ones I wrote earlier:
This is the blog form of this Twitter thread, a pre-emptive defense against Anjali's various and wrong claims. Yes, I was wrong, too, but I corrected my mistake and also I'm not sending legalese emails from myself not my lawyer, threatening to sue for libel and adding plaintiffs without asking them first. (Sound familiar?)
Three important Twitter threads updating you on Anjali's case:
1/11/2022 0 Comments
Tweeting for the ages
For the three main cases covered on this site, I've added links to my relevant Twitter threads that cover aspects of each case in summary form.
The tweets are linked as bulleted lists from the main page for each case:
My pinned tweet lists a few additional threads, including for these cases:
12/29/2021 7 Comments
Eight months of UFOlogy
In May someone on Twitter told me about an alien abduction case where two guys on different continents woke up wearing each other’s shirts. Then he mentioned Travis Walton, who I'd never heard of, and I read some stuff and made this site.
Since then I've looked into a handful of cases that interested me, bitten the heads off a few people who think they know better than me what I should be interested in, and written some Twitter threads. This is a retrospective from my point of view of the past 8 months, itemizing some things I've learned.
12/12/2021 0 Comments
The Skinny on Bob
The name Skinny Bob kept coming up on Twitter. Every time I googled the name, I ended up at YouTube videos depicting alien creature sightings with titles like: "This looks like Skinny Bob."
But who was Skinny Bob?
11/25/2021 0 Comments
As of November 2nd, Anjali's expedition to bring back irrefutable evidence of the existence of physical ETs inside a physical base inside Wayne's mountain is "postponed". On Aliengirl111's podcast, Anjali said that when she visited Wayne in California at the end of October he revoked all access to his property.
My perspective on the developments in the Anjali story this past week (on Reddit).
While Travis Walton's abduction tale aboard a flying saucer is beat-for-beat almost identical to a couple of Heinlein stories, a few details seem to have been drawn from other science fiction sources of the era.
Curt Collins posted a 1967 comic on UFO UpDates with aliens and their "surgery" that bear similarities to Travis's alleged experience. Then there's Captain Kirk's command chair, Dr McCoy's medical equipment, and the 2001: A Space Odyssey cockpit screens and buttons...
Not to disparage classic science fiction, which at the time looked futuristic, but I'd be so disappointed if a real alien spaceship looked like it came from the imaginations of 1960s Hollywood writers.
Read my update with illustrations and quotes from Travis's book.
I'm blogging about the Three-Dollar Kit.
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