Unexplained phenomena

Stan Romanek’s story is a highly publicized one that has received notoriety around the world. Personally, we think the Stan Romanek story hasn’t been told fairly and completely. It’s not just about UFO images, abduction stories and “alien in the window” videos, as well as  trying to prove their veracity. The evidence is there. It’s everywhere. In significant abundance — more than 180 documented pieces of evidence to be exact. We don’t need to tell a story that has been shared in detail on Stan’s website and in his first book, “Messages: The World’s Most Documented Extraterrestrial Contact Story,” available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon, as well as via numerous TV shows, radio stations, magazine articles and blog pages.

We very much want to tell a human story.

With this project, our goal is simple: Show audiences how one man has been transformed physically, emotionally, intellectually, politically and spiritually due to the events that have transpired over the last 11 years. For those who don’t believe, we have one simple question: Why would anyone choose Stan’s life? No man in his right mind would raise his hand and say, “Pick me! I want to be the subject of constant scrutiny and ridicule for the rest of my life.”

At the same time, we have to wonder: What if Stan’s experiences are real? What if the messages he’s received are intended for all humanity? What if Stan’s just a messenger — one chosen to deliver information he never volunteered to receive?

Those are the questions we will answer. And we’ll share Stan’s journey from a humanistic POV rather than focus just on the evidence. It’s a compelling story, and one that’s never been told before — about Stan or anyone else.

Stan’s not alone … and we may not be, either.

56 Responses to Unexplained phenomena
  1. Andrew Auster
    June 21, 2014 | 7:51 am

    I had the pleasure of hearing Stan speak in person to a small group of people last Summer. Any evidence he presented was suspect at best and could have been produced by anyone with his agenda. Fuzzy photos (don’t we all have pretty decent cameras on our phones these days?) and garbled audio recordings are poor evidence as are alien implants that have been misplaced or lost. I believe Stan’s motivations are purely financial and narcissistic.

  2. Andrew Auster
    June 20, 2014 | 4:51 pm

    Stan’s “formulas” are simply regurgitated from text books published years ago. Have you seen the video of Stan flipping pen caps at himself from what he believes is off camera and then acting shocked when these things bounce off his face. It’s quite a hoot and solidifies my firm belief that he is nothing but a fraud.

    • Dom
      June 21, 2014 | 1:13 am

      Some are obscure non mainstream formulas that were given to him wich he could’ve never known about on his own to guide in the right direction, some are unknown..but yeah, i suggest that you really do your research before you discredit this whole case.

  3. Tom Burke
    June 19, 2014 | 10:49 am

    There are a lot of things in Stan’s reports that is not considered to be liable proof about UFO’s. Phone records, outside witnesses, police reports, among other resources. I am going to credit video of flying saucers and some pictures but as far as math formulas and phone conversations and little girls visiting him, no, that is a bit too far out there to just plainly believe. I would like to know what Stephen Hawking has to say about his mathematical formulas. After all he is one of the most influential on the subject and we haven’t heard his side of this subject. Until then, Stan is just another person with pictures and videos of flying saucers. By the way, I have seen a black triangular space craft and seen it in action warping to light speed and other UFO’s in the sky but never a extraterrestrial being.

    • Dom
      June 20, 2014 | 1:23 pm

      From reading your post i can certainly say that you didn’t really study Stans case.

      For instance, those are not just random “mathematical formulas”, they’re part of a bigger formula to show how the beings who are in contact, or were, with Stan bend space and time for time travel (using also an electromagnetic component not yet fully understood by physicists iirc). They were all validated by M.I.T. physicists.

      Anyways, i suggest you really check out his books since its all in there, and also watch the documentary and a few presentations from Stan that are available for free on youtube.

  4. Brian Henderson
    May 13, 2014 | 8:06 pm

    I might be suspicious of Stan Romenek, but I am definitely suspicious in the amount of effort I see going into attempts to discredit him. I just looks like your trying too hard.

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