I do have to give credit to Ben however, he has a blog that goes into way more detail than the actual show. The show is short and has an air of sensationalism – but I guess that is to be expexted with the attention span of most viewers today.
My initial review
Just watched the first two episodes of National Geographics “Chasing UFOs”. Man, what a disappointment. Another poorly scripted show with retarded, unwarranted night time “investigations” with FLIR and IR cameras.…
Read about this on Abovetopsecret. The case is about nine experienced cross country skiers, on a skiing expedition, whom were all found deceased in mysterious and eerie circumstances. To this day it has yet to be explained. The following information is from diary entries and phtographic evidence, which gives a basic picture of the events leading up to the mystery.
Ten skiers, eight men and two women, set off on a skiing expedition to Otorten Mountain in the northern Urals on Jan.…
Wow. Don’t I feel like a tabloid. Anyway. Robbie Williams now has his own thread on Above Top Secret forums where he himself, in his own words, describes his sightings. In difference to recent press coverage though I’m not just spatting noncence about this and I have actually read what the man has to say, in contrast to some really crummy swedish evening news magazines such as Expressen.
..I was facing Sunset Strip lying on a sun lounger about 11.30 at night in the yard of a hotel I was staying at.
With regards to the disclosure project, one really have to wonder why we spend so much time reporting on news such as Britney shaving her head or which pop star does coke and who doesn’t. Then again, finding issues more news-worthy than the life of Britney isn’t difficult, still one would truly hope that people payed these issues a little more concern since they have the chance of affecting us as a race in dramatic ways.…