FW: Bad news, Starchild gets “Lizard Beasted”

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2010-02-26 10:02:42

In case you don’t get Lloyd’s updates… From: Lloyd Pye Updates [mailto:lloyd@lloydpye.com] Sent: 25 February 2010 16:36To: ad.johnson@ntlworld….Subject: Bad news, Starchild gets “Lizard Beasted”   Bad news about the upcoming “MonsterQuest” episode: Well, not entirely bad news. We have a confirmed air date of March 10, in two weeks, so mark calendars with that. But the rest of the news about it is not good. You might recall that the episode was initially entitled “Humanoids,” and something called the Flatwoods Monster would be be featured as a smaller aspect of the episode to add a “monster” to the storyline. After all, the show is called “MonsterQuest,” and the Starchild skull lacks monster credentials. This made sense to me and I gave it no further thought.   I can assure you all that the “MonsterQuest” staff went to a heck of a lot of trouble and expense to produce what I considered very broad and deep coverage of our story. From what they were putting into it, I couldn’t help believing we would see a comprehensive presentation. However, now they have informed me that the episode’s title has been changed by executives at the History Channel to “Lizard Beast,” and its focus will be on the Flatwoods Monster, an event that occurred in the 1950’s in rural West Virginia.   www.flatwoodsmonster…   Obviously, something went wrong, but this is not atypical. Every TV show like this that we’ve ever been on comes out considerably different than what we were told it would be like when we went into it. This is the nature of the game when it comes to the Starchild. Also, we should all recall what happened in June of last year when England’s largest daily newspaper, the Daily Mail, had commissioned a full two-page spread to be written by a Ph.D. biochemist.   That article would be exposed to 6 million or more in England, and who knows how many others around the world as the story would be forwarded on the Internet. It would have been an enormous breakthrough for us, so we were as excited as we had ever been. The article was submitted on schedule the day before the guaranteed print date (we were careful to arrange those guarantees to fit my lecture schedule in England). The next day would change the entire history of the Starchild forever. It would put us on the world map.   It wasn’t printed. Somebody spiked it. No explanation, never, not to this moment. The Daily Mail acted as if we didn’t exist. The story was later allowed to be posted on an internet website and we found out what the problem might have been. The Ph.D. botanist didn’t ridicule our work, he praised it. But it’s unfair and inaccurate to lay specific blame. We just don’t know what happened. Did someone “On High” tell the editors to spike it? Or did the editors realize that a serious treatment of the Starchild would bring the wrath of the scientific community and the government community down on them?   Whatever happened then seems possibly to have happened again. We won’t really know how the Starchild is depicted until we see the show on the 10th. The “MonsterQuest” producers I have worked with, and whom I have come to respect, assure me they are as dismayed as we are, and the treatment we’ve received was as much a surprise to them as to us. They say they sent it to the History Channel for final editing with the original name “Humanoids” on it, and then they were told it had been changed to “Lizard Beast.”   So, all in all, just as with the Daily Mail spiking last June, we’ll probably never know who is behind the “Lizard Beasting” we’ll receive on March 10. But let’s not lose perspective on this fact: We can take the worst drubbing imaginable from this show and it still won’t matter. Our DNA testing is moving forward at a steady clip, things are falling into place as they should, and we’re finally in the driver’s seat in terms of establishing the Starchild’s genetic credentials. We’ve never been in better shape in this regard than we are at this moment. So keep this in mind as we prepare to see what happens with “MonsterQuest.”   It might also be a good idea to keep in mind that after Monday and Tuesday even the calendar says W T F ……    😉        To brighten an otherwise gloomy report, don’t miss this video. It’s the best 4:45 minutes you’ll spend this week, if not this month. Breakthrough technology at its most inventive!  http://www.yikebike.com/site/gallery/video/yikebike-discovery-channel     Lloyd Pye www.LloydPye.com
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