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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Documentary Setback

Some updates on the documentary today:

The Gagetown UFO

There was another little setback.  After I pinpointed the location of my sighting and emailed Google Maps links to the associate producer of the documentary I thought things would move quickly and we might do the shoot as early as last weekend.  But then the whole week went by and I heard nothing but crickets.  I emailed him Friday afternoon to tell him I assumed it was a no-go for the weekend.

He wrote back apologizing for being away on a shoot.  He said we couldn't shoot at my site over the weekend because it was Canadian Thanksgiving so there would be limited availability of personnel on the army base.  The production company also had to change a few things around and he didn't have access to a crew on the East Coast.  He's going to get an update from everyone and work on a new plan.  He'll keep me posted.

I was hoping to knock out the shoot by now for several reasons.  One, I'm antsy.  It's been three months since I first heard from Lue Elizondo and I've been eagerly anticipating that I will finally have the chance to tell the world my story.  That genie has been in the bottle for twenty-six years and now that she's out I can't put her back in.

The second reason is logistically, it will get harder to do the shoot, the longer we wait.  It will soon be wintertime in Canada.  Not only is it getting cold quickly, the leaves will soon be off the trees and then the audience won't be able to see what I saw as I sat alone in the woods, late at night, and watched a huge spacecraft creep over the treeline.  I think it's important to have the leaves on the trees in order to convey that imagery.

Lastly, now that I'm rolling full-steam-ahead on this podcast project, I would like it to coincide with the documentary.  One does not require the other, in order to be successful, and I will move forward with this project no matter what.  But it would be great if the two projects would move forward simultaneously.

I've waited this long, I can wait some more.  I'll keep my fingers crossed that we can get it done soon, though.  In the meantime, I'm going to keep moving along with the podcast.  More updates on that tomorrow.

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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