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Are You 'Fallowing' Me? | Red Flags in Romanek, Alien Abduction Claims (Redux)


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Are You 'Fallowing' Me? | Red Flags in Romanek Claims Re Alien Abduction (Redux)

James Carrion By James Carrion
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© 10-10-09/14

Editor’s Note: Given the current media attention on self-proclaimed alien abductee, Stan Romanek, after being arrested on child pornography charges, we present one of several articles penned by former MUFON head, James Carrion which calls into question, many of Romanek’s claims.

    Stan Romanek recently took his story to the air waves on the Angela Joiner report to explain why the word fallow always seem to be showing up in documents related to his alleged claims of alien abduction and government conspiracy. Blogger Chuck Zukowski recently posted an article supporting Stan's claims that the word "fallow" was a commonly misspelled word and was not evidence of any impropriety in his case. Well, I guess every word in the English language is mangled and misspelled to one extent or the other, but that is not what makes this misspelled word a GIANT, IMPOSSIBLE TO IGNORE, red flag in the Romanek case. Let me spell out the problem in plain English:
The word fallow shows up in Stan's original UFO reports to the National UFO Reporting Center.

• The word fallow shows up in the UFO report to the National UFO Reporting Center by a 3rd party witness that allegedly had no relationship to Stan Romanek but corroborates one of his sightings.

• The word fallow shows up in an alleged Air Force document that Stan mysteriously received in his mailbox, subject "Project Romanek"

• The word fallow shows up on the Jeff Rense website in an online posting by alleged physicist John Mannon who supports Stan's story.

• The word fallow shows up on the Above TopSecret.com website in a posting by another alleged physicist (TommyBoy) who supports Stan's claims.
The fact that the word fallow got mispelled in any single document or online posting is not the issue but that the mispelled word shows up in so many third party documents supporting Stan's claims -third parties that allegedly have no relationship or connection with Stan. What are the odds that all of these third parties mispelled this same word (in documents supportive of Stan), is due to chance? The Romanek's don't want you to mull this over using critical thinking but would rather try to refocus your attention on the word fallow being a commonly mispelled word. I don't buy their argument and I continue to consider it a red flag until one or more of these third parties come forward and prove themselves to be real people. Will the real John Mannon please step up? Not by posting again to the anonymous Internet but showing some ID in person so you can be verified to be a real physicist.

Now I have said it before and I will say it again, if the Romaneks want to prove their claims, then they should release ALL of their alleged video and photo evidence for the world and independent researchers to examine and analyze. Instead they have tried to paint that I am on some sort of personal vendetta to discredit their claims. Taking their claims to the airwaves and the blogs with "I don't know how that word got there" and "it is really no big deal" counter arguments is not going to settle this matter. Neither is trying to portray this as MUFON vs Romanek or Carrion vs Romanek.

So critical thinkers, put on your thinking caps and weigh the evidence, and if you are a statistician, take it a step further and calculate the odds. Are you fallowing me here?

* Special Thanks To James Carrion

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1 comment :

  1. Okay, so I'll step up and make a comment. Thanks, James. I've really tried to accept Stan as legitimate, but after several face-to-face conversations with him I just kept getting the sense of fallowcy.

    My dad taught me not to point fingers unless I had three solutions to offer and frankly, I just never felt that concerned. I did, however, give Stan some materials and support on UfologyPRSS.com that he and Lisa both said they would reciprocate by putting our 'badge' on their websites.

    Nothing happened and after several attempts at follow up with only one response that basically blew me off, I realized they were not folks of their word. The rest I think is just Karma catching up. Maybe we can begin to question things more as a result.

    Those who get their feelings hurt or play the 'poor me' card of being singled out for persecution should have their stories questioned even more, imho. People who tend to get all out of sorts when they are questioned usually have something to hide. We're only asking for the truth to emerge, after all.

    Namaste,
    Zen

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