Yours truly has received some unwanted attention lately. In an article called Jay Man: Is This The Source Of The Mystery Sounds? (here) from GhostTheory.com, I’m the target of bizarre insinuations once again.
Somehow because my domain is registered privately, I’m the villain behind the mystery sounds. Oh, and because it was registered in September that’s suspicious too, because supposedly there were only a couple of strange sound videos. Not true, just look at my archives.
In a link to my site they say:
Now, here’s Jay Man’s site in all it’s glory, creating panic and quite a viral happening.
Shockingly, this is followed by my domain registration information proving that it’s privately registered. I can’t understand why it’s so important to know who I am. How is that relevant to taking public YT videos and discussing them.
If the people over at GhostTheory read the posts, they would find my articles offer theories and question the sky event’s genuineness. I use dramatic headlines to get people intrigued, but I suspect they’re disappointed when they read my theories. I gave this reader some peace of mind:
Jay Man, congrats for your work! You have been a kind of ‘compass’ to me, since you have a pretty balanced approach on the subject. Last night I put a comment on Laura Knight-Jadzyk’s facebook page about some media releases being not realiable (as I’ve read on your blog, about Costa Rica’s release). Well… she’s shut me down from her page! I come to the conclusion that she can’t stand DIFFERENT OPINIONS!—Thelma
The most hilarious part of the article is that they found a musician from Alabama named Jay Man here. Jay Man’s repertoire includes tunes such as “Twerk she poppin with hook” and “In da zone instrumental with hook”. Okay ya got me.
If anyone out there thinks for one minute that I’ll reveal my identity, they must think I’m crazy. The reason I won’t is that I get comments like this one below. No matter how much evidence there is to support the debunking, they still get angry that I dare say they aren’t real.
The host of this article is playing a guessing game. It’s really hard to decide which sounds are real or not.. I’d say, just dismiss it all. Nothing happened along with those sounds so it’s nothing to be concerned over.. The host of this article has no life and a lot of useless time on his hands to decipher between each video and their sounds.. The host of this article has a sad sad life.. Make it electric!—luc59457
MORE AFTER THE JUMP…
But the GhostTheory “theory” is not what this is about. Last week a satirical article from news.com.au appeared in my alerts. The article called Is HAARP making the skies snore above Malaysia? Or is it Jay Man? here, begins with the phrase “Tin foil hats? Check….” You know what’s coming after that. Que the X-files theme. It’s basically about the Malaysia incident and focuses on the fact it sounded like “snoring” in the sky. He goes on to say that HAARP has been blamed for everything from Columbine to the Japanese tsunami.
He ends the article with this:
Of course, there’s another explanation. Back in September, an anonymous poster calling himself “Jay Man” set up this website – http://strangesoundsinthesky.com/. The timing of Jay Man’s launch has those bored by the HAARP theory thinking he might be the culprit.
I think that quote pretty much says it all.
This site was caught up in the hysteria over the Conklin hoax. I don’t expect to retain readers and that’s okay. As the fad wears off and people return to their senses, they’ll turn to some other viral video like the Lego man in space.
I will quietly record strange sound videos and relevant information that interests me, even if I get 100 hits a day. This is a hobby and an exercise in writing for me. I have enjoyed the whole experience and it’s been a blast to debunk these Canada videos.