Author: Dave Scott

THE EVERLASTING ‘DISCLOSURE’ EYE-ROLL

Do you ever have one of those eye-rolling moments where you’re just so tired of hearing the same thing over and over again that you launch out with the loudest sigh, and of course, roll your eyes?  Last week, many in the field of UFOlogy had that same moment when Blink-182 front man and the apparent new face of ‘Disclosure’, Tom Delonge held his much anticipated press conference, which the public thought was going to be the glimpse into the government secrets everyone had been waiting for.  But alas, (sigh again), it was nowhere close to being what the public had been lead to believe.  For the last couple of years, Delonge had been pushing for ‘Disclosure’, even making it as far as Wikileaks releasing emails on the subject to John Podesta regarding the topics of UFOs.  He pressed so hard on the subject that his fans, both in music and in UFOlogy were really believing that he could be the one to finally do it.  Tom was being the appointed front man of experiencers and eye witnesses across North America and the world to bring the answers forward.  Delay after delay after delay, people impatiently waited for the music man to sing like a UFO stool pigeon had never sung before.  And it didn’t happen. What did happen on October 11th was an announcement of great importance towards...

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AM I TOO HARSH ON THE PARANORMAL?

Recently, at the Forest Moon Paracon in Concrete, Washington, I was the keynote speaker for the event, where I wrote and delivered my speech called “I Hate The Paranormal”.  Now my speech have a number of examples as to why I hated this field, which I talk about every night on Spaced Out Radio.  In truth, as my speech stated at the end, I really don’t hate the paranormal.  I am a huge fan of it.  However sometimes I have to admit I find it very confusing and controversial.   But as time continued from addressing the FMP crowd at the paracon, I have wondered since then if I am being too critical, or over simplifying a field that is extremely complex?  If you read my last blog, you’d see that I have some genuine concerns about the paranormal that don’t quite fit into the “Dave’s Rules” of things.  Now I’m not saying my ideas are the be all and end all to correcting the plethora of problems we have in the paranormal, but I do believe there are some serious issues in the paranormal that do need to be addressed, to give our field a hell of a lot more credibility than we have. Look, I’m not going to go into the full details of my speech.  You can find that online.  But this is what I do see. ...

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TWO WEEKS OF THINKING!

First off, I want to apologize for missing last week’s blog.  I was at the Forest Moon Paracon, then travelling home.  It was an insanely busy weekend filled with a great paracon squished beween two days of long travel.  Eric and Issy Cooper, along with Corey Ruiz put on a great event.  As the keynote speaker, I went in a different direction this time around and was explaining why I hate the paranormal.  Which is odd, considering I host a nightly radio show on paranormal topics.  You see, at the end, I actually explained why I love the paranormal. ...

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FOREST MOON PARACON COMING UP

So I’m pretty excited about this coming weekend, where I have graciously accepted a role to speak again at the Forest Moon Paracon in Concrete, Washington.  It’s the second annual event put on by Eric and Issy Cooper from Forest Moon Paranormal.  I don’t do a lot of speaking events.  In fact this will only be my second one this year.  The first one was back in May when I attended the Provincetown Paracon speaking about Paranormal Media.  This one will be a little bit different as I will reflect on nearly three years of observations, sitting back and...

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GHOST HUNTS CAN BE FUN

So this past Saturday, we ran our charity ghost hunt to raise money for the 108 Volunteer Fire Department who are heroes in the community for the great job and thankless effort they put in to help keep the flames at bay and save hundreds of homes during the wild fires that were burning out of control.  In a way for the community to say “Thank You” and a job well done, we decided to hold this ghost hunt, with 100% of the proceeds going to the volunteer force.  We had a target of raising $1,000 for the 108...

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