Dennis G. Balthaser
UFO Investigator, Researcher and Lecturer
After retiring from the Texas Department of Transportation Dennis moved to Roswell, NM in 1996, to pursue his 25-year
interest in Ufology and particularly the Roswell Incident. Today he is an independent researcher,
investigator and lecturer and is a member of MUFON, and recently joined the advisory board
of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association. Dennis Balthaser can be contacted at (505) 625 8402, or email at email@example.com. His web site is http://www.truthseekeratroswell.com.
Searching for the Truth
(Always Telling the Truth Means Never Having to Remember Anything)
by Dennis G. Balthaser
Is There No End to the Excuses We're Given?
Posted: 15:00 January 26, 2008
In a previous editorial I mentioned that I don't normally research UFO topics such as sightings, abductions, crop circles or cattle mutilations, while concentrating on Roswell, Area 51, Underground Bases and the Pyramids of Giza. I do however have an interest when a high profile case comes along, trying to stay abreast of how it develops, is reported, and normally swept under the rug in a short time period.
In the last 10 years, 3 cases of sightings have surfaced which have generated an interest for me, and the official response to each case by the military and/or government agencies have followed a similar pattern, as well as the major media outlets handling of the information.
Recent television "news" shows such as Larry King Live on CNN is a good example. Devoting too much airtime to skeptics and debunkers like Michael Shermer and James Magaha, does absolutely nothing to educate the public on the information available, from credible witnesses. Both of these gentlemen have an obvious agenda that appears to feed directly into the television show host's biased reporting of these events. Just once, I would like to hear Shermer or Magaha admit that we possibly don't know what these witnesses are seeing, and allow a serious investigation to transpire. In my own research I welcome opposing views that have factual information presented, believing that I can become a better researcher by such views. Shermer and Magaha cannot accept the fact that many of these witnesses that come forward are simply asking for someone in authority to explain to them what they saw. In my opinion neither of these two gentlemen fall in to the "someone in authority"category. Those that are in authority of course seem to have had a lot of experience in not being truthful with the witnesses and the public when making an official statement, going as far back as the Roswell Incident 60 years ago.
Retired military personnel, serious researchers like Stanton Friedman, and others are invited on the shows, but often times are cut off or interrupted by the host or skeptics not giving a fair balance to the viewing public that is desiring information, consequently coming away with distorted information.
Another serious mistake hosts like Larry King make are comments such as, "do you believe in UFOs?" UFOs EXIST, and have for many years, and have been admitted to by the military as far back as the 1940's and 50's, so it's not a matter of "if" they exist, but rather in my opinion, what these UFOs are, which have not satisfactorily been explained in the three cases I will mention later.
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