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This week on The Gralien Report, we’re all just about tired of hearing about the so-called “Roswell Slides”, and so as our final word on the matter, we feature a complete discussion of what happened, how it all fell apart, and what we can learn from it in the aftermath.

A friend of the program, researcher and filmmaker Paul Kimball, was one of the operative members of the Roswell Slides Research Group, who helped determine the origins of the mummy depicted in the images. Paul joins us in hour two of the program to discuss the need for better judgement and discernment in the field of UFO studies.

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Micah Hanks

Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.

5 Replies to “TGR 05.11.15. The Final Word on the Roswell Slides

  1. You may have to revise that title, I suppose.
    For future installments look to the old Universal Studios and Hammer Films for your lead.
    The Roswell Slides
    …Return
    Son of…
    …Riss Again
    …Have Risen from the Grave

  2. Re: ‘pythonguy’. Just a guess, but he is probably referring to the Python programming language (www.python.org).

    The language was named after Monty Python’s Flying Circus, not the big snake.

  3. I have been advocating genuine skepticism at my blog for several years now, since the day I established it. As a real atheist (not an unbeliever, but rather one who simply requires the “believer” to meet the positive burden of producing the evidence), I was required to put on my earpods this morning to avoid listening to the televangelist garbage my wife fills the atmosphere with on Sunday morning. When I saw the “conspiracy” category, I discovered your podcast immediately.

    J. Allen Hynek proposed in Playboy magazine that every astronomy buff teen in the country put diffraction grating over their camera lenses and take pictures of strange lights in the sky. As his colleague, Jacques Vallee demonstrated after Hynek’s death, the entire field of Ufology is pervaded with a zeitgeist of disinformation. Thank you for your expose of systems of belief. We all need to read Eric Hoffer’s book, and contrast it with Gary Allen’s 1971 contribution. We all need to practice Socratic method, not the bastardized version produced by Descartes.

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