When it comes to the UFO side of the paranormal, there tends to be quite a few more documented cases than say, unwanted hauntings or sightings of Bigfoot.
Located on the beautiful Hamakua coast of the Big Island, lives the infamous video-makers named Blake and Brent Cousins, more commonly known as Third Phase of Moon. This "company" has been faking UFO videos for over ten years, contributing to the surmounting discrepancies within the UFO communities, rather than helping find the solutions.
These two are also the creators of "The Night Marchers" movie, a movie demonizing a local Hawaiian legend and making it out to be another "Blair Witch" type movie. A quick Google search reveals at least Blake is an aspiring "actor", with an active listing on the IMDB database. So he's an actor. . .There's our first hint.
Perhaps the ease of which a person can create a believable UFO video nowadays is partly to blame. Better computer technology and software programs like Final Cut or Adobe Premier Pro translates to more fake hoax videos coming forward, most with the hopes of becoming the next "viral-video", especially when a paycheck is involved.
But when it comes to outright faking videos for a profit, when does it start to cross some sort of moral boundary line?
Question: If I was to spend my time creating fake ghost videos and submitting them around the world as authentic, making a bunch of money from revenue clicks on Youtube, how would that make you feel? Satisfied or Scammed?
Again, this ongoing investigation is an attempt at getting to the bottom of the situation. This isn't necessarily a politically correct subject. If we don't do it, who will? It's our obligation as the Big Island's premier paranormal investigators to investigate a possible case of UFO hoaxing right in our own backyard.
After investigating and doing some homework, the time is long overdue for these two to be exposed for what they have been doing. Other researchers around the world have caught on to their schemes, and some have gone so far to debunk some of their videos, calling them out in front of thousands of viewers.
[We managed to upload a clip of this video to our Youtube channel before Blake could remove it for good. In it, Youtube user Sheilaaliens asks Blake about his fake videos.]
"I really admire her for calling Blake out in terms of faking material. I think it is sad that he is more interested in views than the emotional impact the fake footage does to others."
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