The upcoming release of Mark Pilkington’s book Mirage Men: An Adventure into Paranoia, Espionage, Psychological Warfare, and UFOs has stirred up a lot of sentiment and conjecture within the UFO community.
Pilkington attempts to prove that the U.S. government has been conducting top-secret UFO conspiracy campaigns designed not to hide UFOs but publicize the phenomenon which, in turn, fuels and creates UFO and extraterrestrial myths. Strange flying objects, alien abductions, crashed spacecraft, clandestine underground bases, etc….supposedly concocted by the U.S. government and military.
These ‘disinformation conspiracy’ theories have been around for decades but there has been a recent surge in the discussion, stoked by the numerous blogs and forums only a mouse click away.
So…what are your thoughts on these UFO/alien disinformation conspiracy theories? I’d really like to present your arguments and speculation on this subject. Please forward your response to send us an email. I would appreciate well written detail of your position so it can be published on ‘Phantoms and Monsters’.
I plan to periodically ask some of the more intriguing alternative questions to my readers so they can respond, share and learn with others. I am grateful to those who took the time to participate in the ‘Interdimensional Sasquatch’ dialogue…Lon
Hi…if you read ‘Phantoms and Monsters’ you really need to become a free member at the ‘Phantoms and Monsters’ wiki and discussion site. All paranormal, UFO, government, conspiracy, unexplained phenomena, alternative subjects are discussed. As a member, you can post your own narratives, experiences, etc. Give it a try…Lon
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