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Friday, March 6, 2009

Who is Jaime Maussan? + Outrage at Death of Creature

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I only know of Jaime Maussan fleetingly. I've watched video clips of him on TV and online speaking about UFOs and ETs. And that's that.

THE NEGATIVE: I've gotten a lot of comments from people pertaining to the credibility of this man. Most of the comments were actually negative (you can go back to the posts and read them yourself.) Many of these people seemed to imply that they are from Mexico or are familiar with his reportings in Mexico and believe him to be a hoaxer.
There's also a website called "UFO watchdogs" that wrote up a piece on how they too believe him to be a hoaxer listing incident after incident of Maussan backing up hoaxes, which in turn harm the legitimit UFO research community. IF this is true about him, then of course I agree that this harms the credibility of those who are serious about really researching. But UFO Watchdogs also put in their Hall of Shame the following people: Art Bell, Richard Boylan, and Linda Moulton Howe.(The list goes on and on and on.) I must disagree with listing these people. They even went as far as to put the X-Files "I Want to Believe" poster on the list. THAT'S NOT EVEN A PERSON! Pure stupidity. I think they've got a beef with everyone who's ever showed up on a Coast to Coast episode.

THE POSITIVE: On the flip side, I hear praise for Maussan from George Noory and Joshua P. Warren, who has appeared on C2C on a number of occasions and many national television networks. The Wikipedia entry on Maussan lists his awards and achievements. I can't make any comments on anything on his Wikipedia entry, being what it is.

You can check out Maussan's website here (in Spanish): http://www.ovnis.tv/
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He also has a blog (also in Spanish): http://jaimemaussan.blogspot.com/

I don't know this man personally. What do I think of him? Honestly, I don't know what to think of him. If I knew his history better, if I followed him more closely and was able to see more of his reportings that have aired in Mexico, I'd have a better way to gauge whether or not he genuinely believes what he says.

Make your own decisions as to what to think of him (and anyone else.) Don't let someone tell you what to believe about someone.

If you have any resources that haven't been listed in this post about Jaime Maussan, do share in the comments. I'd like to further investigate.


OUTRAGE AT THE DEATH OF THE MYSTERIOUS CREATURE IN MEXICO

There were a few callers to C2C and even commenters on this blog that were outraged and saddened over the killing of this creature, whatever it may be. I agree that this is a sad way to die, to be trapped and either drowned in water or dunked into acid or starved to death.

One guest on Coast brought up an interesting point. He said that if this was a alien being, we sent a terrible message to them about our race of people (humans.) We showed them that we are very violent and a danger to them. Are they a danger to us? Perhaps. This brings into the picture the fact that the rancher who did the dirty deed was killed in a mysterious car fire. The fire had a higher heat intensity, something out of the norm for an arsonist setting a car/body on fire. This caller mentions Men in Black (MIB.) Although I doubt that MIB would seek revenge for this killing, it does make this fire very suspicious. How was the fire so intense? Was this a mere coincident that the rancher would be burned to death after killing this creature.

Again, there is only a rumor (as far as I'm concerned) about the rancher being killed. I've yet to see any reports or photos. So take everything about this case with a grain of salt.

2 comments:

  1. hi, i was born in Mexico, and i know of Jaime Maussan, i've even seen him in person in a conference that took place in the city of Tijuana, my mom took me too see him when i was a child (about 12), i'm currently 21...

    i just wanted to say that in Mexico he is regarded as a hoaxer, people say that he talks about ufos mainly for the profit and that he distorts actual accounts of UFOs for his own benefit...

    in my own honest opinion, i don't trust the man, i too believe that he seeks to profit from the popularity of the subject.
    When i saw him he told the audience that a person promised him that he was gonna give him an alien artifact, but it never happened.
    The way in which he presented himself indicated to me that he just wanted to keep people interested on him...

    hope this helps.

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  2. Hello Adrian! Yes, thank you for the comment. It seems that most people that have commented that are from Mexico do not trust him and call him a hoaxer. I'm starting to feel more confident in saying that you're probably correct. We've still not heard anything new about the supposed alien creature that was captured in Mexico.

    I would be shocked now if it WASN"T a hoax!

    Thanks again for the comment. :)

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