Feschino, Lehmberg, Finally!
Today we did a little practice run before tomorrow's live show. It went swimmingly, with all four of us speaking loud and clear. Yesterday I did a practice run with just Bill and myself, again speaking loud and clear.
I did not interru—
OK, I did. A little. Working on that.
I'm also working on getting the magazine finished so that we can all see a nice crisp new issue coming off the presses, soon. I'm getting there, but I'm not there yet.
Watched "Men Who Stare At Goats," finally, tonight. It was interesting. Not bad. Interesting. Makes me feel a whole lot better about still sending out the current issue with Jim Channon on the cover. If you've just recently seen the movie, you'll think we seem hip and happening and with it to have such a timely magazine.
Yes, we are all that.
OK. Frank sounds in fantastic form and we are just chomping at the bit to let him loose. His range is amazing and the incredible story he's been researching just gets deeper and deeper, no matter which way he turns.
Alfred will be up first to basically set the stage ... or at least, try to. You can be sure I will interrupt him here and there and drag him into tangential roads. If we're lucky.
And if the zoodoo powers that hold all the audio wires and threads together will continue to play ball with us tomorrow night, it should be a great show. If not, we will get it ready for the podcast archive no matter what. Speaking of which ... mysterious number 3 is something that will be a treat, once it's completed. You will love it.
Now, feast your eyeballs on this map, which is part of Frank's research:
A downright perfect show! It all works, and you have to listen to Al Lehmberg and Frank Feschino! (You might want to turn the sound up at the beginning and a little bit down once the phones come live, but that's just a minor nit.) You have to know more about this all-important year in our history.
Sounds Great I'll be in my chatroom, and be listening good luck, can't wait Jamie.
Hi Jamie! I think it will go more smoothly this week. Can you give me the chat url again? Right here?
I've been studying about UFOs and ETs, etc, mostly daily since 1996 and before the internet. And this interview with Bill and Nancy, Frank Feschino, and Alfred Lehmberg, is just excellent. 100/100 !!! :)
The show was great guys! The left channel audio seemed to be coming in strong with right the channel muted. BUT ... overall, your show, and all the back stories were fascinating to listen to. Great job. Bob Tarmac.
Posted by: Bob Tarmac | 04/24/2010 at 08:24 PM
Totally slipped my mind today. Glad to see the mp3 already posted - downloading now!
Why is the Flatwoods case important?
The Flatwoods case is important because... and let's take the scenic route OK? Flatwoods is important because UFOs continue to intrude or reveal _themselves_ as important, don't they... in sighting after sighting after sighting...
See, apart from gleeful psychopathic hoaxing, ignorant journalistic sneering, angrily dismissive proclamations of reductionist science, and the curiously inept presentations of UFOs by corporate media, ...UFOs continue to reveal themselves —outside official channels— to thousands of individuals simultaneously, periodically, and have done so for thousands of years.
Indeed —now think about it— it seems disclosure is to be facilitated more as a "bottom up" revelation, and not a top down activity... take me to your leader is decidedly out of fashion.
Too, consider, perhaps it's this alien approach to rank and file humans and _not_ the corrupt self-empowered leadership which explains the piqued reluctance of those aforementioned hoaxers, journalists, reductionists and corporate captains... I digress...
These undoubtedly and indisputably seditious mass sightings we just talked about include numerous well documented references sailing back through recorded history... passed the recent affairs of Phoenix, South Indiana and Gulf Breeze, all the way to the middle ages, biblical times, and beyond, but specifically in 1952 from June to September of that year, during the biggest UFO flap in History: The Summer Of Saucers.
The Summer Of Saucers gives every indication that UFOs, without regard to where they come from or even how they manifest themselves, and stated as simply as it CAN be stated: UFOs are the reality and the truth. At its most simple, UFOs just are.
Now, it's my considered intuition and long experience regarding even an unsettling truth... ...is that an aggregate humanity is BEST served by facing that truth and ILL served by looking for excuses to turn away from it. You can't put the dentist off forever, eh?
To that end, the Flatwoods case and the implication of Feschino's incisive research into it are of paramount importance because that specific Feschino research, TO WHICH WE REFER, is so detailed, mapped out, tacked down, cited, and exhaustive... it stands _revealed_ as the most documented UFO case ever, without exception, in history. Even Stan Friedman admits it’s the best documented case he's seen...
Moreover, Feschino's Flatwoods research supports the avoided, corporate abhorred, and alleged uncomfortable _truth_ about things ufological, provides support for that ufological truth's ongoing assessment, and, I suspect, provides humanity with its ticket to a future truth about UFOs.
This is forgetting that it provides all manner of gravitas to other valid studies, honest researches, and serious investigations.
This is the singular relevance of the so-called Flatwoods Case. See, besides facilitating our ticket to the future, it's the best placed and most finely crafted nail in the coffin of our ignorance regarding all things! A lance, even, for the boil of that ignorance.
This post only _outlines_ the importance of the Flatwoods case, of course... a case otherwise highlighted by the needlessly abused sensibilities and even physical health of innocent Americans, it is highlighted, reader, by lost and forgotten soldiers and airmen following orders to shoot UFOs down with state of the art jets in a secret and so undeclared war, and it is highlighted by billions of 2010 dollars in lost aircraft and military equipment!
Very messy and paradigm changing, I make no apologies, and the ETH so far up your nose you feel knees on your top lip — am I right? But truth though these heavens fall, I suspect, or we are all just deluded fools.
That's the importance of the Flatwoods case... it is too well documented to be disbelieved, so belief regarding all UFOs is begged!
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Here's a little background bio on Frank:
Frank C. Feschino, Jr. grew up in my own birth state, Connecticut, and is a graduate of the prestigious Paier College of Art in Hamden, where he studied illustration, commercial art and photography.
For four-years, Frank trained under several world-famous artists including Kenneth Davies, Rudolph Zallinger and John Massimino. As evidenced all over net, he became an exceptional painter, illustrator and photographer... finally earning his Fine Arts diploma in 1981.
Feschino then moved to Florida subsequently and studied film and video production at Phillips College in Daytona Beach. There, he was trained by big-film-Hollywood camera operators like Rich Davis among significant others, and graduated with an Associates Degree in those relevant skills. It's here Frank learns to tell "the story," competently and with veritas!
A serious student all this time, Feschino is honing additional communication abilities and enhancing what would prove to be a productive set of literary and interviewing skills he could use later on.
Bringing us up to the present... in the early 1990s, Feschino became interested in UFOs when he visited a relative's farm in Braxton County, West Virginia. It seems bizarre crop circles had appeared recently in those Braxton county fields, overnight... and UFOs had always been sighted over the area...
As it happened, about this time Feschino also had a school requirement to produce an informational film documentary. Cue the freakin' music eh? ... Serendipity was about to strike!
See. upon hearing of the infamous "Flatwoods Monster," Feschino decided the 1952 incident was just the topic needed for the aforementioned school assignment...
...It would come to pass, though, that the puzzling case would entirely capture Feschino's attention and imagination. He would evolve to become the sole subject matter expert and the undisputed authority on the whole astonishing Flatwoods affair.
While doing his research for this project and connecting the dots of adjacent events as he went along, Feschino also discovered the incredibly rich, if entirely obscured history of the military's involvement with UFOs during the 1950s. His investigation focused on the flying saucer flap, you see, that occurred during the summer of 1952, which included remember... the Air Force's STANDING flying saucer "shoot them down" orders culminating in the whole of the Flatwoods affair.
As a result of all of these researches, the ground-breaking book titled, "Shoot Them Down - The Flying Saucer Air Wars of 1952," was produced. And this startling volume was so data rich it even enticed Nuclear physicist, leading UFO expert and author Stanton T. Friedman to write BOTH the foreword and epilog for the book. The rest IS history.
In West Virginia, Feschino has appeared on television talk shows, numerous TV news broadcasts, nationwide radio talk shows, and countless newspapers, as well as several paranormal magazines in the United States, including the first-ever "Flatwoods Monster" cover story in UFO Magazine for November 2007. Well done UFO magazine.
A UFO Hunter of the First wash... Author/Illustrator Frank C. Feschino, Jr. has been investigating the footprints and spoor of the UFO phenomenon for almost 20-years and continues to do so.