Flatwoods Monster ParaTopiary


Monday, August 27, 2012

Super Soylent... But Not Very Salient!

"...Then it's so much trash to be thrown out with the evening garbage..."  SuperSoylent2  on YouTube

Exactly!  I suspect that's what one should do with uncorroborated, biased, and inaccurate reportage from anonymous and voice-boxed blockheads reporting from cowardly shadows with only the ax of their facile and unimaginative debunkery to grind, eh? To wit: "noisome negativists," who laugh up damp sleeves at that which they have no capacity to understand, no aptitude to accept, no ability to incorporate, and no skill to recognize!

I present SuperSoylent2: the "troll" hiding nameless in the shadows and disguising his voice in the first place, removing contrary content in the second, flinging ignorant invective in the third, and remaining non-salient if "SuperSoylent" in the fourth, eh? That's OK, you can still read about it here...

Stanton T. Friedman on the "Braxton County
Monster-REVISED EDITION" 2012 book writes:

In Frank C. Feschino's new revised edition 2012 book about the "Braxton County Monster," UFO expert and nuclear physicist Mr. Friedman, states the following in his forward of the book: I was particularly intrigued to find that Frank's persistence and hard work had involved important and unique sources including first-time videotaped interviews with key witnesses... 

 Since the 2004 edition of this book was printed, Frank continued his relentless Flatwoods research and added much more information to this new updated book. Over the past eight years, we continued to collaborate, met at several UFO confernces and discussed his recently found information. 

This information includes Air Force documents that supply evidence connected to the UFO events of September 12, 1952. This new information contained here, fits into the timeline of events that Frank has established and shows us that a massive cover-up was indeed in place. 

Additionally, I was also able to obtain President Harry Truman's telephone call memorandum for September 12, 1952, which I gave to Frank. That information also appears in this revised edition book and adds greatly to the timeline of events that occurred on that day... 

An important aspect of the Flatwoods case besides the United States government's endevor to cover-up this incident, is the attempt by UFO debunkers to try to explain away this astounding and important event. Particularly persistent in his negative attack has been Dr. Joe Nickell... 

His explanation of a six-foot tall barn owl and a meteor crash is absurd...Astronomy experts have provided Frank with the fact that there are only three instances on record in West Virginia of recovered meteorites and none were on September 12, 1952. 

A six-foot owl that puts out a noxious vapor, has never been reported before or since, and certainly sounds like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole...especially when here was no report of moving wings. All the eyewitness testimonies of the so-called "monster" actually indicate it was a mechanical device about 12-feet tall. The myth of the so-called "monster" has finally been revealed in this book. 

Pilots, witnesses or persons who have any information about the Flatwoods case can call me toll free at 1-877-457-0232 . 

My email is fsphys@rogers.com

Stanton T. Friedman Permission granted by Frank C. Feschino, Jr., author of "The Braxton County Monster-REVISED EDITION-The Cover-up of the Flatwoods Monster Revealed." 

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