Poster boy for UFO idiocy with non-existent $100,000 reward
Filmmaker or – flimflammer – James Fox still claims he’s offering $100,000 for “credible evidence of UFOs”. One problem is that there’s no credible evidence for Fox’s offer,
since he’s ignored the best, real evidence so that he doesn’t have to pay up.
Not to be personally outdone by the Pentagon’s* spending $22 million to not find the Billy Meier case – still ongoing in Switzerland for over 75 years – Fox takes myopia, and charlatanry, to a new level.
Shortly after this interview, Fox was contacted by, Angela, a friend of mine in Australia ,about Meier’s evidence. He told her that he “doesn’t believe the objects in Meier’s photos are real”.
Even though he’s been provided with all the independent, expert, analyses and authentication of Meier’s photographic and film evidence, including the most recent conclusions by the former top Case Supervisor for the US Air Force OSI…Fox ‘s “beliefs” trump honoring his bogus challenge.
Even former skeptic, Derek Bartholomaus, is falling all over himself promoting Meier’s singular authenticity. So, is Fox competing with Tom DeLonge to be the poster boy for UFO idiocy, disinformation, distraction and fraud? Inquiring minds want to know.
Try the James Fox Vision Test, an eye chart of Meier’s pre-computer, pre-digital UFO photos:
*Maybe the Pentagon should read this too.