Sunday, May 17, 2015

More reactions to the "Roswell Slides" Scam.


“A shriveled-up mummified child or dwarf is not a well-preserved “alien” that would, obviously, be preserved in formaldehyde or another chemical,” said author Wm Michael Mott on his Facebook page. “If you bought into this “Roswell Slides” hoax, I have some magic beans to sell to you.”Similarly, author and blogger Nick Redfern wrote:“Roswell Slides? Now we have the high res image, the answer is: No! Mummified child. Also, check out the hairy head behind the main head. It too has a small white placard by it. Clearly this is some sort of museum
Jaime Maussan
setting, or freak show. Interesting, but it has zero relevance to Roswell.”
Elsewhere, researcher Chase Kloetzke offered the following:“The more I look at it, the more it [resembles] a museum display case with a mummy of some sort. Even the item it lays upon seems to have “texture”… perhaps woven, such as would be found in some South American or meso-American dig sites; used as Funeral wrappings.”They were right since the mummified child was found in Mesa Verde in 1894.http://ufoculture.blogspot.com/2015/05/here-is-truth-about-mummified-child-of.html“A splendid mummy was received by the Park Museum recently when Mr. S.L. Palmer Jr. of San Francisco returned one that his father had taken from the ruins in 1894. The mummy is that of a two year old boy and is in an excellent state of preservation. At the time of burial the body was clad in a slip-over cotton shirt and three small cotton blankets. Fragments of these are still on the
Mummified body of two years old boy
mummy.”
Tony Bragaglia, one of the promotors of the May 5th event apologizes.
http://kevinrandle.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/tony-bragalia-and-end-of-roswell-slides.html *THE “ROSWELL ALIEN SLIDES”* *AND MY APOLOGY TO A DEAD CHILD OF THE MESA VERDE* *BY ANTHONY BRAGALIA* Several days ago a group of skeptical researchers applied a program called “SmartDeBlur” to the placard found juxtaposed near the being pictured in slides from 1947 thought to be of an extraterrestrial creature found crashed at Roswell. This author championed the slides as those of an alien and this author was wrong. READ MOREThe Mirror writes:
“Two photographs of a "dead alien" were unveiled at a big money event last night - and immediately dismissed as fake.”“Nick Pope, a researcher who headed up a UFO investigation wing at the UK Ministry of Defense, told Mirror Online he was "underwhelmed"."The motivations for hoaxing are complex. Some hoaxes are money-making scams, but sometimes it's just a desire to say 'we fooled the world'.http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/science/roswell-slides-unveiled-ufo-fans-5643962Doubtful News writes that the May 5th even was a pathetic hoax:
“Back in November 2014, we reported on a story from the UFO community – Thomas Carey told the audience at a conference that he had “smoking gun” evidence that extraterrestrials have been here – Kodachrome slides dated 1947 showing an alien. I don’t typically use Billy Cox as a source but he does note that people have been talking about his for 2 years. And he can’t quite wrap his head around how dumb this all was. (Even the Alien Autopsy film had some money interests.)http://www.theblackvault.com/casefiles/the-roswell-slide-
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“The reveal took place May 5, 2015 by researchers Donald Schmitt, Tom Carey, Richard Dolan, and Jaime Maussan. Viewers paid $20 to see the presentation streamed “which quickly became a joke to many who paid”.”“After months of waiting, researchers attached to this story (which include Donald Schmitt, Tom Carey, Richard Dolan, and Jaime Maussan) decided that May 5, 2015, or Cinco de Mayo, was the right day to reveal to the world what was on these slides.Well, that is, if you wanted to fork over some money to watch the reveal.Curious onlookers paid $20 to login to view the presentation, which quickly became a joke to many who paid.”Paul Kimball in his blog “The other side of Truth “writes:
Richard Dolan

Apologies from the promoters of the Roswell Slides fiasco in Mexico City, even if they are forthcoming, are not enough. It's easy to say you're sorry while you still hold the cash. The way to make it right, or at least as right as it can be, is as simple as it was for the Roswell Slides Research Group to solve the "mystery" - the promoters must immediately offer a full refund on each and every ticket sold to the May 5th event.” http://redstarfilms.blogspot.ca/2015/05/how-to-make-rswell-slides-fiasco-right.htmlThe Roswell Slides research Group confirms that the so called “mystery “is solved:The key to solving the mystery was in the placard seen in the slides in front of the body, a placard that the slides promoters assured everyone could not be deciphered despite extensive examination. Here is what Don Schmitt said on April 12, 2015:This will be part of the event, part of the program in May, that all of these analytical reports, all of the analyses, all of the main experts as well as the photographic experts who examined- there’s a placard, very fuzzy, that can not be legibly read by the naked eye, yet we’ve had everyone from Dr. David Rudiak, to Studio MacBeth, even the Photo Interpretation Department of the Pentagon, as well as Adobe have all told us that it’s beyond the pale, that it cannot be read, it is totally up to interpretation.So, we truly feel we have performed due diligence; we have done everything we can to substantiate and prove what is contained within these slides, whether it is something of a human malady or something truly extraordinary.It took us just a few hours to prove otherwise, once we received a high resolution copy of one of the slides (note: while our copy came from an inside source within the promoters’ group, slides promoter Adam Dew has now released it as well).The mystery of the placard is solved, and so is the nature of the body.It was a boy, from Earth.The question that remains is whether or not the Slides promoters have been deliberately deceiving the public in order to profit financially, or whether they were simply incompetent. Perhaps it was a mixture of both. Either way, their credibility as investigators and researchers has been destroyed. 

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