Why do you think it stank Natasha?
True it depicted abductees as apparently unstable individuals, I know
this is not true; the one's I've met have been more or less well
adjusted within the context of their beliefs. I fault the producers of
PJR UFOs; Seeing is Believing a little for choosing "Sunglasses Lady"
as one of the abductee spokes-persons. The others were typically nutty
sounding in an earnest way.
One needs to remember though that the piece was on the state of
"UFOology today, not the state of research or science in regard to
UFOs. If it were about science of flying object the producers wouldn't
have given abductees even a second of air time.
I don't think it "stank." It was flawed in a couple of areas but which
news programs aren't? But since that program got really high ratings
we can be assured that there will be many more programs like this in
the near future.
The Odd Emperor
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> It stank.
> Reeked, in fact.