tall, thin, irritable
That's unfair though. Ask them for a refund and see what they say.
I listened to an Open Minds interview yesterday with George Knapp. Frankly that conveyed more information than the documentary did. Can't blame Amazon for what the producer said - they didn't advertise extras. Had I known it was an iTunes exclusive I probably wouldn't have bought it, unless I had some more commuting at hand and had to kill time on a train. Having seen the finished product minus the extras I'm not sure why Knapp is so on board with this.
On a different note to TTSA - this is just what happens when you get entertainment mixed up in your science. Careful with that axe, Eugene ...
Thing is, I believe there is something unusual out there that has attracted quite a bit of interest. Seems like an awful lot of effort to go through for - what? To confuse and misdirect US? Crap, we do that on our own. Self-winding. But this latest offering did nothing to add credibility to the story. It just slightly satisfied my interest to see what I read about in the book to some degree. Video of Jeremy Corbell harrummphing over shit scribbled on the wall I can do with out - redirect that to the new In Search Of.