Wednesday, 4 January 2012


SUMMARY: Bryce Zabel was the co-author of AD: After Disclosure with UFO historian, Richard Dolan. More recently, Dolan and Zabel authored a White House “We the People Petition” regarding UFOs. We will talk to him about the petition, AD, and other exciting projects he has planned.
Zabel has created five primetime network series, notably NBC’s Dark Skies, released on DVD in 2011. He also wrote and produced Syfy’s first original film, Official Denial, about Majestic-12, and worked on the development team on the Spielberg-produced abduction miniseries, Taken. In 2008, Zabel received the WGA award for writing the Hallmark mini- series, Pandemic. He has written multiple studio feature scripts, receiving credit on two produced films, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. Zabel was also elected chairman/CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. He has been an award-winning PBS investigative reporter and on-air CNN correspondent.

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Alien abductions and flying Scammonden a UFO hot spot?

Huddersfield Daily Examiner
IT’S best known for its spectacular dam and stunning scenery.
But a Colne Valley village also has another unusual claim to fame.
Scammonden has been named as a hot-bed of paranormal activity by a magazine.
UFO magazine says the Scammonden area, including the dam, has been linked with numerous sightings of strange flying objects and an alien abduction.
Along with tales of flying saucers, the magazine claims that an investigation revealed several people had seen triangular objects silently hovering in the sky.
One person said the object floated over the dam for 10 minutes before descending down inside it and others claimed the flying triangles moved at speeds far beyond any kind of military jet.
Another couple said they were driving along the country road next to the dam when they saw a triangular craft enter the dam, then a classic saucership craft exit the dam.
Moments later a mist formed out of nowhere and the next thing they knew they were driving in the wrong direction on the road running parallel to the road they were originally on.
Best ever photo of UFO taken in Britain by a man who didn't see it at the time


Kelvin Barbery of St. Agnes took this photograph of a UFO in Cornwall, UK. Source: Supplied

THIS stunning photo of a UFO over Cornwall was last night hailed by experts as one of the best ever taken in Britain reported The Sun
The classic flying saucer shape is seen above two ships.
And UFO watchers believe it could be proof we are NOT alone.
UFO orb spotted breaking into two pieces and flying in different directions
Kelvin Barbery snapped the mystery object from a coastal path between Swanpool and Maenporth, near Falmouth.
In a weird twist, Kelvin, 55, did not even see the UFO at the time.
He thought he was just taking a sea view — but when he loaded the digital camera card on to his computer, the round metallic "craft" was in the centre of the shot, about two miles away.

UFO in Cornwall, UK. Source: Supplied
Kelvin Barbery of St. Agnes who took the photograph of a UFO in Cornwall
Kelvin, a facilities manager for schools, said: "There were a couple of tankers out in the bay and I thought that it made a nice shot.
"There was nothing in view and certainly no fault on the camera.
"When I got home I couldn't believe what I had. I thought, 'Wow, where did that come from?' I'm not the sort to believe in UFOs — now I'm not so sure."
Nick Pope, one of Britain's foremost UFO experts, said the photo was one of the best he had seen.
Nick, formerly the official Ministry of Defence UFO analyst, said: "If I was still there I'd be looking at this very closely. The object looks structured, symmetrical and metallic. This man has caught something very interesting indeed."
Michael Soper, of the Contact International UFO group, agreed: "This does appear genuine. Digital photos can be doctored but everything about it appears consistent."



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