But, wait! There is still something to be done about the Roswell Slides! We must still hunt down and publicly excoriate the infamous Adam Dew. He cannot get away with what he has done to UFOlogy!
It occurred to me this morning that there may be a way to smoke Adam Dew out from whatever dark place in which he's hiding. I started looking for contact info or a website for Dew Media, Inc., but all I came up with was a showcase of his video work on Vimeo. No help there.
Then I looked on linkedin.com and sure enough, there he was; just click here to see. But, guess what? There's no contact info given for Dew Media! Damn that scoundrel! He knew that sooner or later someone would come looking!
Well, I sent him a message on linkedin asking to be business buddies, and I think you should too. I think everyone who has followed the Slides fiasco at even the most casual level should message Mr. Dew and ask him what's going on with the slides, and with his movie project, "Kodachrome."
Speaking of "Kodachrome," a quick check at imdb.com showed that much of the production info on the movie has been deleted or edited. Either it's not happening, or the people involved just don't want to reveal anything about it. Which is weird, because before May 5th there was a whole lot of info about the movie there. It all just went "poof!"
Still, I was able to dig up a little info, like this film still:
|The climactic scene from Adam Dew's "Kodachrome"|
Anyway, here's the comment I left for Adam Dew and his production team:
I am so psyched to see this movie -- the TRUE story of the Roswell slides and how Adam Dew lucked into possession of these slides that PROVE that an alien crash landed in a UFO in Roswell in 1947 and then how Dew joined forces with some of the sketchiest players in the UFO trade to snag headlines around the world in the buildup to their great reveal of the ROSWELL SMOKING GUN in Mexico and the almost immediate discovery that the slides showed a mummified human child and not an ET as Dew and his cronies had claimed!
I am totally confident that this movie will answer the following questions:
Who is Adam Dew?
How much money did he make on this project?
How hard was it to fool Carey, Dolan, Maussan & Schmitt?
How can this movie, that has such a massive, monumental story to tell -- let's be real, this is the "Les Miserables" of the UFO world -- be described as a "Comedy Short?"
C'mon now, go and post something there yourself! Let's let Adam Dew know that we haven't forgotten about him. I'm sure that will make his day :)