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Lance Moody Article On Imbrogno Controversy

From: Steve Sawyer <stevesaw.nul>
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 12:15:49 -0700
Archived: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 20:35:10 -0400
Subject: Lance Moody Article On Imbrogno Controversy


Hi List,

Lance Moody, the skeptical researcher who first began looking
seriously into the question of whether Philip Imbrogno had
either attended or earned MA and PhD degrees from MIT, as
Imbrogno has claimed, has written an article, titled Saucers,
Lies And Audio Tape, for his website,["What The Hell Was That?
(A Skeptical Eye on the Paranormal)"] about the controversy, and
which supplies a number of previously unknown, supplementary
details. See:

http://tinyurl.com/5uggwt9

It seems that not only does Imbrogno have no MA or PhD from MIT,
nor either a BA from UT or BS from Boston U., but that he also
made up his previously claimed military Special Forces
experience in Laos during the Vietnam War.

Which raises an interesting question: since he's been a middle
school science teacher in White Plains, New York, for nearly 30
years, what college or university did he go to in order to get
his teaching credential to be qualified to teach there? And how
much of the content of his several books has been simply made up
also, or just fabricated, such as the book he wrote with J.
Allen Hynek and Bob Pratt as co-authors, Night Seige, on the
early 1980s Hudson Valley upstate New York series of UFO
sightings?


Steve



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