Art Bell unavailable for comment.

Most conspiracy theories have difficulty dying off even if there’s overwhelming evidence that debunks said theory. While some may preach the word of a sinister plot of powerful men who want to take over the world others may be even more imaginative. Although Mattbear may disagree with me it seems no theory has captured the publics’ imagination than Roswell. An institution in and of itself the Roswell crash has sparked more interest than any UFO sighting in American history.

Not content with the militarys’ weather balloon explanation many keep the story alive by constantly coming out and speaking against the government and it’s involvement with extra terrestrials. Recently even more have spoken about their sightings in Roswell, including a former intelligence officer. I can’t figure out if they truly believe their stories or if their just out of their minds, but it’s still interesting if not compelling. Video is offered by the Sci-Fi channel. Would you expect anything less from them?

New testimony from Army intelligence officer Jack Trowbridge


~ by wiwille on August 22, 2007.

2 Responses to “Art Bell unavailable for comment.”

  1. I would say Roswell is the most popular conspiracy theory in the U.S.

    When you get into worldwide, the Masons overshadow everything. Among conspiracy theorists, Masons are the A-Number-One conspiracy. Among the general populace, Roswell probably holds that rank. Thanks to that hack Dan Brown, the Priory of Scion is probably second in the popular conscious these days.

  2. I thought it was the Jews, but maybe the Masons would like you to think that.

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