JOHN KEEL NOT AN AUTHORITY ON ANYTHING

March 5, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (29): A Letter to the Entities

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John’s daily onslaught of strangeness continues, with Jaye Paro reporting more prophecies, coded messages, another pregnant alien (A’NA-H), and her discussion with Apol on where to buy seafood. John writes a letter for Jaye to pass on to the entities, asking for proof of their existence.

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  1. This folder could have been turned into an interesting book on its own.

    Sounds like John was getting quite frustrated with all of it at this point.

    Thanks again, Doug.

    Comment by Marsh Cook — March 6, 2017 @ 1:06 pm

  2. I think John took what he wanted from this material for The Mothman Prophecies, after mulling it over for a few years. But it’s fascinating to see how he got there.

    Comment by admin — March 7, 2017 @ 10:42 am

  3. […] there at the time. But now we come to some folks who certainly did irk John Keel, as exemplified in Special Cases–The Long Island File (29): A Letter to the Entities. As Site-Master Doug Skinner so well puts it, “John’s daily onslaught of strangeness […]

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  4. […] there at the time. But now we come to some folks who certainly did irk John Keel, as exemplified in Special Cases–The Long Island File (29): A Letter to the Entities. As Site-Master Doug Skinner so well puts it, “John’s daily onslaught of strangeness […]

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  5. Wow. This background is fantastic. Thanks again. Mr. Keel has always been my favorite author on these subjects, and the one I think came closest to the truth. My favorite phrase of his, “there are no ghosts goblins ufo’s or Bigfoot, but there is something, and that something likes to mess with us.” Reading these, it’s clear that he actually went down the rabbit hole. That he got out is evidence of a strong logical mind, many don’t. It also explains why he seemed disillusioned with the whole thing in later years. If there are answers or “truth”, it’s not worth it.

    Comment by Steve Philbrook — March 9, 2017 @ 10:47 am

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