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Friday, September 28, 2018

Identified Flying Object

It's the end of Week 1.  It's hard to believe how quickly things have begun moving.  This is really happening.

I got an update from the documentary's associate producer that they're confident I'll be included in the production they're working on.  We have a tentative date scheduled to do the shoot, which is exciting.  Nothing is yet confirmed but I have a lot more confidence in this than I did at the start of the week.  I'm not going to go into detail on what that's all about until I get the go-ahead from the producers because I don't want to spoil the surprise.  They haven't asked me to sign an NDA but I think it's the right thing to keep it under wraps for now.  Suffice to say, the story of my sighting may be televised.  Keep your fingers crossed for me.  I'll post more details as things develop.

When I put up the first post, this past Monday, I wasn't sure I'd have much to write about.  The funny thing is the more I've written, the more things I've thought of.  Upcoming posts will include more information on my own sighting, the video production I may be featured in, others who are part of the story of my sighting, updates on the Podcast / YouTube (PodTube?) show I'm putting together, and news on UFO sightings.

Identified Flying Object

I want to wrap up this week with a question to my readers, who as of this date already number several dozen - Thank you!  Keep spreading the word - I don't like the term UFO to describe something that's not "Unidentified".  To me, a UFO or Unidentified Flying Object, is some strange lights in the sky or a distant object which is too far away to discern.  And that's fine.  If it can't be identified, call it a UFO.  There's nothing wrong with that term if that's what you saw - something you can't quite put your finger on.  But what I saw was not "unidentified".  I saw an alien spaceship.  It was up close and I could clearly see the entire ship.  It was built with technology that does not yet exist on our planet.  What do you call that?

Some folks recently, have taken to using the term UAP or Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon.  I think they're trying to distance themselves from the term UFO because it's so colloquial and may have developed a negative connotation.  UAP sounds more scientific, more official.  (Although, at one time, UFO was the more respectable term with the military.)  Still UAP has that word "unidentified".  Not for me.

The military also uses AAV or Anomalous Aerial Vehicle and UAS or Unidentified Aerial System.  Meh.  The military needs an acronym for everything.  Most of them are terrible.  For example (and there are many) when I was in we used to drive "Cut-Vees" which was a bastardization of "CUCV" which stood for Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle.  It was a Chevy Blazer!  We could have just called them Blazers.  I never understood that.  When it comes to UFOs let's come up with something better.  What do you call a "UFO" which you have clearly identified as an alien spaceship?  An Identified Flying Object, IFO?  Or how about Identified Alien Spaceship, IAS?  Clearly Identified Alien Spaceship I Know What I Saw, CIASIKWIS?  Sounds like another military acronym.  We need something catchier than that.

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If you have seen an alien spaceship or any type of unidentified flying object (UFO) contact me using the Contact form on this page or call me at 401-315-9102 between 6:00am and 7:00am Eastern USA (New York) time, any weekday.

You may remain anonymous if you want.  I will not ridicule you or try to tell you why you are wrong.  I get it, I saw one too.

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