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Two Cents On The Roswell Show

From: Scott Hale <sh5259a.nul>
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 22:16:25 -0500
Archived: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 08:29:40 -0500
Subject: Two Cents On The Roswell Show



To the List,

Well, I just got done watching the Roswell program on Sci-Fi and
it actually came off much better than I had expected. I think
they did a fairly good job cutting thru a lot of the Roswell
related squabbles and infighting to present several different
views on the case. I think the program would seem more balanced
and credible had they spent a bit more time on the Mogul and
dummy evidence than they did, but that's not sensational so it
gets cut.

I'm not sure why all the mainstream media reviews railed on the
"production value" so much, I didn't think it was nearly as bad
as it could have been. I'm thinking of the old Unsolved
Mysteries programs that dealt with Roswell and those seemed much
more "cheesy". I would have to say that this is one of the first
specials to get to the "meat" of the Roswell claims, other
specials seem to gloss over the details to provide more
entertainment.

Regardless of where everyone stands on the case, it was nice to
see all the big names from the various Roswell camps together in
one show. Who knows, perhaps in the future certain imaging
extrapolation programs will allow us to further Mr. Rudiak's
work so that we can come up with some sort of consensus on what
exactly the Ramey memo does say?

From my own admittedly biased view I'd give this 2 hour beast a
B. I captured it to MPEG on my computer but it weighs in at 1.2
gigabytes. I'll cut out the commercials and see what I can come
up with, perhaps I could make it available by CD-R to those
unable to get a copy.


Scott Hale


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