I know Bill Ryan & Kerry Cassidy and I think they are doing their best
as anyone else would expect.
We all are aware of the fact that in consideration of all the people
out their who have a story to tell, (in spite of all the motivations
behind it)there must be some truth behind it. I am convinced that Bill
Ryan & Kerry Cassidy are in pursuit of presenting these peoples
stories for sake of that part of the truth behind them that might
otherwise never have had the opportunity for you, (the general public)
to hear their stories direct from those who claim to have these
experiences that they wish to share.
What makes this form of media even more unique, is that we (the
audience) have an opportunity to hear it first hand from the source,
and make our own assessment of what we identify as our own truth, that
which speaks to us in a way that we identify as such.
An example of this would be what I felt when I first stumbled accross
the Otis T. Carr Project. I was then, and even now more convinced that
it was not a hoax. I kept a B&W cut-away image of this craft on the
inside of my garage door and when asked by my guests about this, I
proceeded to share the story and ended with "Someday I hope to meet
some of the people behind this and find out what really happend"
One day I received a phone call from Bill & Kerry asking me if I would
be interested in meeting Ralph Ring who worked as an engineer on that
project. You can imagine how I must of felt! the result of that
developed into an interview at the Las Vegas Luxor and was placed on
their site entitled "Aqua Marine Dreams"
I have continued to dedicate myself to this project, and thank Bill
Ryan & Kerry Cassidy for having the backbone to keep hanging in there
in spite of all the back-lashings that come with the territory.
--- In email@example.com, DAVID LACROIX <dlacroix@...> wrote:
> Has anyone seen or listened to the Clifford Stone interview at
> If I'm not mistaken Sargent Stone was one the original individuals
that spoke at the Disclosure Project briefing at the National Press
Club in 2001 with Dr. Steven Greer.
> I found his interview very credible and Kerry Cassidy did a great
job interviewing Sargent Stone. I got the feeling he needed to speak
as a sort of means of coping with what he had encountered.
> You could either download the interview of stream through from
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