JOHN KEEL NOT AN AUTHORITY ON ANYTHING

May 21, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (39): The Council of the Ten Men

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Jaye Paro’s tales now becomes even more implausible, as she reports her visit to the Council of the Ten Men. The androids (apparently also called “The Third Group”) discuss John’s proposal for a public UFO display, show Jaye bodies on tables, drink blood, and offer a set of signals that UFOs will flash during an upcoming blackout. John is elated at the news, and we can only hope that he remembers his caveat: “If Jaye is not making up all of this…”

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  1. Thanks for the continuing saga.

    Comment by Marsh Cook — May 22, 2017 @ 12:26 pm

  2. I don’t always comment, but I read every one of these and really enjoy them.

    Comment by Vincent Treewell — May 23, 2017 @ 6:43 am

  3. If. One would think a complex hoax would unravel by now, but each entry keeps the suspense going. Thank you for posting this.

    Comment by DaveO — May 23, 2017 @ 10:21 pm

  4. I think it was a hoax, but John was doing his best to try to get to the bottom of it, one way or another. He was doing a lot of good reporting, as he always did. It’s just unfortunate that it seems he had an unreliable and perhaps unstable ‘witness.’

    Comment by J.P. — May 24, 2017 @ 6:59 am

  5. i think John is furthering the hoax himself here. I was especially surprised by the suggestion that the man on life support was the missing doctor. I tried to find any reference to the doctor online myself after reading the clipping. Apparently he was never found. He had given evidence in criminal cases and police thought he went missing because of it. To suggest or believe he is on life support on a UFO is so extreme,so unfounded, so peculiar…. It’s at this point John jumps the shark with this story. He is completely defenseless and at the mercy of Paro.

    Comment by patty g — May 25, 2017 @ 10:06 pm

  6. […] hay” out of the flap. What could the press have done with John Keel’s story? In Special Cases–The Long Island File (39): The Council of the Ten Men Keel seems to believe his contact Jaye Paro’s tale of a very weird meeting of […]

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  7. I suspect Jaye may have believed her own stories, and was more delusional than dishonest. Many of her reports sound like dreams or visions, rather than fabrications. That doesn’t mean she wasn’t hoaxing John too. John was one of many investigators who tried to figure out unstable witnesses with bizarre stories; I’m reminded of John Dee and Edward Kelley, Jule Eisenbud and Ted Serios, even Ray Palmer and Richard Shaver. John went deep into the rabbit hole that year, but he did make his way out eventually.

    Comment by Doug — May 26, 2017 @ 3:07 pm

  8. […] hay” out of the flap. What could the press have done with John Keel’s story? In Special Cases–The Long Island File (39): The Council of the Ten Men Keel seems to believe his contact Jaye Paro’s tale of a very weird meeting of […]

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  9. It also seemed Paro knew what John wanted to hear. I know he had a full plate at the time with her, Mothman and his phone problems.

    Comment by J.P. — May 27, 2017 @ 9:09 am

  10. He was also trying to make a living as a freelance writer, and had an active social life.

    Comment by Doug — May 29, 2017 @ 9:00 pm

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