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captain swoop
2010-Oct-04, 08:27 PM
http://www.alienbaseblackpool.com/


Alien Base is Blackpool's latest attraction brought to you by Researcher, Author and Inventor David H Boyle, packed with interactive displays featuring astounding reconstructions such as the Roswell saucer crash of 1947. You will walk through displays replicating many real-life close encounters, all built to eye-witness reports.

Step inside our replica of the "ADAMSKI" saucer and take a virtual intergalactic journey through space, discover the secrets hidden within our TV, Films and other media, and ask yourself; Is Star Wars our past and is Star Trek quickly becoming our future?

Garrison
2010-Oct-04, 08:52 PM
http://www.alienbaseblackpool.com/


Alien Base is Blackpool's latest attraction brought to you by Researcher, Author and Inventor David H Boyle, packed with interactive displays featuring astounding reconstructions such as the Roswell saucer crash of 1947. You will walk through displays replicating many real-life close encounters, all built to eye-witness reports.

Step inside our replica of the "ADAMSKI" saucer and take a virtual intergalactic journey through space, discover the secrets hidden within our TV, Films and other media, and ask yourself; Is Star Wars our past and is Star Trek quickly becoming our future?

It's Blackpool, they've been rather desperate since they missed out on the casino...

eburacum45
2010-Oct-04, 10:38 PM
Hmm; among the 'astronaut witnesses' they include Buzz Aldrin (who vehemently denies having seen any UFOs) Edgar Mitchell (who also denies being a witness) and Stony Musgrave (another denier). Not doing too well so far, are they?

KaiYeves
2010-Oct-05, 02:27 AM
Well, it's still more entertaining than an amusement park full of random rides with no theme at all.

Selenite
2010-Oct-05, 02:36 AM
Oww. That website. Is there a worse combination than neon green type on black? My eyes.

*sigh* Alien Base huh? Maybe the Blackpool Tower is an irresistible draw for UFOs? That or Ken Dodd.

Still, it beats another creationist museum popping up, although not by much.

Luckmeister
2010-Oct-05, 04:22 AM
Hmm; among the 'astronaut witnesses' they include Buzz Aldrin (who vehemently denies having seen any UFOs) Edgar Mitchell (who also denies being a witness) and Stony Musgrave (another denier). Not doing too well so far, are they?

When will they learn? You just can't trust anything Story's pothead brother Stony says. :lol:

slang
2010-Oct-05, 06:27 AM
It's Blackpool, they've been rather desperate since they missed out on the casino...

Those people in Blackpool will believe anything! The other day I heard someone from there claim they beat Liverpool, with our star striker Kuyt! LOL! :D

Fooglmog
2010-Oct-06, 08:45 AM
Sounds like Blackpool to me...

eburacum45
2010-Oct-06, 11:52 AM
When will they learn? You just can't trust anything Story's pothead brother Stony says. :lol:
Doh!

pepiboy32
2010-Oct-12, 09:55 PM
i was in blackpool over the weekend and had a spare couple of hours on sunday afternoon so i paid a visit to said 'theme park'...

an 'exhibition' would be a fairer way to describe the attraction, lots of information in the form of newspaper cut outs and interactive video screens.
as i made my way round the exhibits, i had a feeling of deja vu as i realised that most of the sets (based on eye-witness testimony) appeared to be the ones used
in the ufo and alien exhibition from several years ago (talk about getting your moneys worth out of monsters and angels)... also, there was a definite religious slant to the
interpretation of the encounters on display (which didn't go down too well with this staunch atheist... i'm open minded about the posibility that we have been visited
by other civilisations, but i get annoyed when wackos try to lump ufo sightings in with the paranormal)

all in all, i enjoyed the experience but thought the admission price of 7.50 was a bit steep.

gzhpcu
2010-Oct-13, 04:15 PM
Sounds a bit like the "Mystery Park" opened in Interlaken Switzerland by Eric von Daeniken in 2003 which went bankrupt in 2006. All attractions were about aliens visiting earth (based on his books "chariots of the gods" etc.).