Thursday, September 12, 2013

HOAX/SCAM: Aerial Phenomenon Investigations (API) and Men in Black


This video has been circulating on the internet for a few months, perhaps a year. It involves an alleged sighting of the Men in Black. The alleged sighting was being investigated by the Aerial Phenomenon Investigations team, also known as API. It has been strongly rumored that the video itself is a hoax and a mere instrument used by API to earn respect in the UFO research community; to establish a solid fan base; and to solidify credibility as a professional, impartial, and experienced group of investigators. Unfortunately, no evidence has been presented to determine the authenticity of the video, nor has API provided any response when confronted with allegations of being a publicity stunt or have less-than altruistic visions.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=f_zvhXt0e7U
Source:  http://www.ripoffreport.com/

A new ufological group called Aerial Phenomena Investigation Team( APIT)proclaims that Ufology must be saved from all those liars and profiteers. Of course they are SELLING tickets for some event with the nice name UFOCON 14 .( http://aerial-phenomenon.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Poster16.png)
Your money $40 early bird and/or your donations through PenPal will contribute to save the ufological science. VIP $75 includes lunch, speakers and front seated rows.
Apparently all this looks like the well known show. Nothing new, just people marketing UFO mythology.
In the Internet, many UFO fans say that Antonio Paris, chief investigator of the APIT, has recruited Shane Sovar, the hoaxer responsible for the infamous "Men In Black" hoax video, to be "Field Researcher and Investigator for Canada." We now learn that Mr. Sovar "has been interested in UFOlogy since the age of seven and has personally witnessed two UFOs since then." Odd that no mention is made of Mr. Sovar having been the hotel employee who "leaked" the "Men In Black" video.
This video has been circulating on the internet for a few months. It involves an alleged sighting of the Men in Black. The alleged sighting was being investigated by the Aerial Phenomenon Investigations team, also known as API. It has been strongly rumored that the video itself is a hoax and a mere instrument used by API to earn respect in the UFO research community; to establish a solid fan base; and to solidify credibility as a professional, impartial, and experienced group of investigators.

By the way in another video, the self proclaimed skeptic ufologist Paul Carr not only promotes the faked men in black video, but tells his viewers a story about someone who found an implant in his arm. After the extraction, this implant was kept in a little plastic bag and Carr shows  that apparently the "implant" punched a hole in the plastic and disappeared. Paul Carr is also a member of the Aerial Phenomena Investigations Team.
(If all this is the "new ufology" well, let me remember you people that...the show must go on..!)



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