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Saturday, March 7, 2009

Ancient Aliens documentary + blog updates

Tomorrow, the History Channel will air a 2-hour documentary called Ancient Aliens. Here is the synopsis:
What if life on Earth began in outer space? Millions of people accept the theory that intelligent life forms visited Earth thousands of years ago and were worshiped as gods by primitive man. Are monuments like Stonehenge and Easter Island the last remains of an ancient alien visitation? From unexplainable super structures, to knowledge of the solar system, mathematics, and even the ability to make electricity, this special explores evidence of super-human influences on ancient man and embarks on an around-the-world search for answers. It's an investigation into a theory some believe cannot be true, but many agree cannot be ignored. {source}
I know Erich von Daniken is in it, and so is George Noory.
Make sure to catch it. Here's the schedule:

Sunday, March 08 08:00 PM

Monday, March 09 12:00 AM

Saturday, March 14 08:00 PM

Sunday, March 15 12:00 AM

Wednesday, March 18 08:00 AM

Wednesday, March 18 02:00 PM

I believe the times are Eastern Time.


* I have taken down the Disqus social comment aggregator. It was causing me lot's of problems. I had to go to their site and sign on to approve comments. I'll just stick to simple Blogger/openID comments, thank you.

* Also, I'm still looking for someone interested in writing about the topics mentions at th top-right of the blog. I had to add that this isn't a job in the sense that you won't get paid. But you will get exposure. Yesterday I had 58, 648 page views. SO you can plug your book, blog/site or some other project you might be working on. You don't have to be a known/famous writer. Anyone who is passionate about the topic (and speaks English) qualifies!


Other than that, I am just standing by for anymore news on this Monkey-Alien-Goblin story. So stay tuned!

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):
{English translated version here}
He also has a blog (also in Spanish):

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.


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.

The Rise and Fall of the Monkey-Goblin

First off, I want to thank everyone at Coast to Coast AM for putting a link up to the post I made about the story about the captures creature in Mexico and mentioning the blog on air. Thanks a lot. Joshua P. Warren returned to the show in the third hour and discussed the story further. Mr. Warren did seem a little perplexed as to how I obtained the video, but please understand that it was on Youtube. I did not upload it onto YouTube, and I do not own it. (I hope no one thought that!)

Maybe, it's still too early to call it a hoax, but for many (as you can see in the comments made on the original post) this poor creature that met some kind of an unfortunate end was merely some kind of monkey. I learned that it has 28 teeth and tests show that it is some kind on biological creature. I'm no biologist or scientist but it's starting to look like a primate; which kind I couldn't say. I've gotten many different suggestions as to what type of monkey this could have been. Let's take a look at the suggestions:

Squirrel Monkey {picture source}

Spider Monkey {picture source}

Rhesus Monkey {picture source}

{no known photos}

Hybrid created by the government
{no photo}

Stoor (?)
I don't have a picture of this and am not sure what this is. I gather it's something from a Tolkien novel.

Some even commented that it looked like a bat.

{NOTE: I think some things in this story are getting "lost in translation." We're hearing conflicting stories. Please understand, I am not involved in this story personally. I am just gathering information I find on the internet and hearing on Coast to Coast AM, whatever I can gather from Joshua P. Warren. We're just messengers and you've heard the phrase: DON'T SHOOT THE MESSENGER! }

Unanswered Questions

Why did the rancher say that he thought this was ET? It doesn't particularly look like an alien. Did he see it coming from the sky or from a craft of some sort?
--Mr. Warren stated on C2C that this is because in the area, around the time, gray aliens were witnessed.--

Who is this mysterious rancher and what happened to him, if anything?

When exactly did this happen (date)?

Where are the pictures/videos of this creature when it was alive?
--Apparently when it was alive, it looked very different and unlike anything "of this earth."--

Who else is looking into this? (Is Loren Coleman looking into this case?)

What unanswered questions do you have?
Do you think the creature could be something that has yet to be listed (above)?

PLUS: If this is another large scale hoax like the recent Georgia Big Foot scam, should there be a law against this? What should the punishment be?

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

A Look at Flying Humanoids

{photo from Rense}

According to the Unknown Creatures website, "Some [flying humanoids] appear just like normal humans, except they are flying with what appears to be bat-like wings. Other human looking creatures have no wings and seem to fly unaided. Some appear non-human, looking like robots, monsters, etc."
I wonder if the mothman would count as a flying humanoid. Maybe not. From all the account I've read and heard mothman does not appear to be anywhere near human. I've heard it describes as having feathers or hairs.
The various reported sounds these creatures make have been described on the site as "normal speech, robotic sounds, terrifying screams, hissing, rumbling like rockets or some type of engine, flapping like wings, even singing."

I recall running across some videos on YouTube (below) of a fairly recent flying humanoid incident in Mexico.

On Jan 17, 2004 in Guadalupe, Mexico at 3:15 am a police officer was patrolling on Alamo Street when he saw what at first was a black mass, like a thick dark cloud desending slowly, it rolled and turned as it desended, when the mass touched the ground it transformed into a woman. The woman wore a black dress, and had black hair. The police officer then, put the patrol car in reverse, as he did the woman started walking towards him, it then tumbled and flew at a fast speed, impacting against the cars winshield. The woman stared at the police officer, and he noticed she had no eye lids, and the whole eye, including the normaly white parts, were black. At this time, the police officer raised his arms over his face and fainted, when he came to, the creature was gone.

Once the story of the police officer's sighting was made public, 3 other police officers reported they saw the same creature, 3 days earlier.
{Go to Unknown Creature's website to read more sightings from all around the world.}

I find the following quote, which is a commentary by the webmaster of Unknown Creatures, quite interesting because it ties these flying humanoids in with the occult, while most people think of E.T.s (but that doesn't mean that even these two subjects aren't tied in. As some of you may know, aliens have been labeled demoic, jinns, nephilim, etc. by different researchers and scholars.)

The sighting in mexico from the police is truly one of the most frightening of encounters and points 100% to the realm of the spirtual and demonic. The time 3:15 am, this is the most active time of all for evil or supernatural events, occultists and demonologists call it the 'bewitching hour'. The woman also first appeard as a rolling dark mass or cloud, this is often encountered in very strong cases of demonic infestation.
Read more about the "witching hour" at Wikipedia:

Flying Humanoids : True Weirdness in the Mexican Skies - Jaime Maussan
(at 16th annual UFO Congress)

Debunking Claim & Why I Don't Believe Them {embed was disabled, but click to watch on Youtube}
I found a video on Youtube that claims to have debunked the flying humanoid phenomena but I'm not buying it. Maybe some of the incidents are these one-passenger flying jets but how can someone in a flying jet attack a person, and be described as a woman with large black eyes without eyelids? And when these flying humanoids get up close and personal, why doesn't anyone ever describe that it's in a jet? You'd think they would notice that right away!
This also doesn't explain those certain sightings where the flying humanoid have wings.

What do YOU think the flying humanoids are?

Proceed to Part 2!

UPDATE (July 19, 2011)
The following is an episode of Fact or Faked which I saw on the Flying Humanoid phenomenon. This was one of the few episodes where I thought they did a pretty good job! Take a look:
Symphonic Spirits / Hovering Humanoid   Symphonic Spirits / Hovering Humanoid [HD]

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Alien Captured in Mexico? (UPDATE!)

**UPDATE (written 3/2/13)** ((Can't believe it's been FOUR years since I posted this!)) 
I recently saw an episode of Chasing UFOs, which you can easily find the full episodes on youtube, and saw that it featured this mystery creature.
Jaime of course was of no help. Funny, how he had this carcass covered in a white cloth and lying in a glass case, when before he was so inclined to snatch it out of a scientist's gloved hand... bare handed. Yes, clearly he knows what he's doing. (Do let the sarcasm soak in..)
What was the team's conclusion? This poor creature was once a Marmoset monkey before being dunked into a vat of acid, if I recall correctly, and turned into an alien creature. And here is a screen cap for those interested. Seems to make sense to me.

I only hope Joshua P. Warren doesn't get dragged through the mud for his minimal involvement. I do so enjoy his work and hearing him on the radio.
You can continue on to the original article below, but I think we can conclude that this is a terrestrial animal of some king... and I'm fine with calling it a marmoset and moving on...

Joshua P. Warren was on C2C, on March 1st, and discussed an incident of a strange alien-like creature, I believe he said somewhere in Mexico, that was captured. It had a reptilian-like scale and stood under a foot tall. Jaime Maussan, a Mexican journalist, has pictures of this thing and I think he mentioned a video of it before it was killed. A rancher captured this creature and made a few failed attempts at drowning it. He then left it in water overnight and that did the job. This rancher was supposedly burned to death in his car a few days later but Joshua Warren said he had no way of checking this out.

It could also be a very well done hoax.

This video is in Spanish so I only caught words here and there and can't tell you what was being said (if anyone could translate, please do!) The creature is shown at many different angles. To me it looks like some sort of a goblin, less alien-like. What do you think?

Please contact me, or comment to this post if you have any more information on this story.
Sorry: Comments now CLOSED due to excessive spamming. I may open it back up, so stay tuned!

Joshua P. Warren's Books:

How to Hunt Ghosts : A Practical Guide The Secret Wisdom of KukulkanHaunted Asheville