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Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 2006/08/31 - EcceNova considers multiple requests and heeds warnings of those who suggest UFO footage may fall into the wrong hands if left too late.
EcceNova’s intended publication date for Paula Thorneycroft’s Eye to the Sky: A Paranormal Odyssey, which recounts the author’s amazingly frequent and vivid interactions with both craft and extraterrestrial beings, and which is supplemented with UFO footage filmed from her own back yard, has been brought forward, from December 26, 2006, to October 31, 2006.
Having experienced a number of attempts to steal the video footage, attack our computers, tap our phones, follow us, and bribe us, we finally decided that it would be prudent to get the images out into the public domain as quickly as possible, while still remaining true to our original plan to release the most profound images in concert with the book, to ensure integrity and create context.
We had planned to post certain images online, from the start, and today we have done so. About 25 new stills are posted on the website, revealing just a glimpse of the brilliant light show and ‘morphing’ that was evident on the first of the two night’s shooting.
We have taken the precaution of copyrighting the entire footage, and have copies of it in several safe places. Reproduction by non-profit and research media of the stills posted online is permissible, with copyright notice attached. For all other uses, permission must be requested.
A second series of more complex and intriguing images will be posted in mid-late September, 2006, and the best stills will be published on the front and back covers of the book.
DVDs of the footage and stills will be sent to bona fide researchers upon written request. For more information about the book, please go to our website.
EcceNova – Publishers of Paranormal Research and Eyewitness Testimony
Other titles include:
Is ET Here?
Testament of A Contactee and the acclaimed Fátima Trilogy