Colin Andrews, despite his recent ill health, has been forced to issue a statement based on the fact that Nancy Talbott (surviving member of the BLT team) has been up to her old tricks in regards to the twisting and weaving of fiction over fact. Colin’s statement is as follows:
April 23, 2015
Colin is still in recovery following his serious health emergency in late March. He thanks everyone for their wonderful support and kind messages. While his current focus must be on full recovery, which is proceeding well, regrettably he feels
strongly about a recent Coast to CoastAM interview with Nancy Talbott, hence the following:
Colin Andrews responds to the Coast to Coast AM radio interview with Nancy Talbott (BLT): ANDREWS BLIND TESTING OF BLT’s INCREDIBLE CLAIMS FOLLOWING ANALYSIS OF PLANTS FROM CROP CIRCLES AND WIND DAMAGE. Why
did Talbott fail to answer the most important questions, instead create a myth in her attack on Andrews and fabricate all of the facts? All of them.
Andrews video of the 1995 Blind Test is released now for the first time and more documentary evidence that Levengood got it very wrong and even took part in blind testing those around him!!!!. Colin comments: Its important for those who have and are studying crop circles and the consciousness connections to know what information to trust and what not to. If we can’t pin down the here and now, what hope have we to push into the frontiers of other much less visible realities?
That is why I am incensed by the false material emanating from Nancy Talbott and BLT. I would want to have confidence that I could believe hard black and white facts related to the here and now, such as flattened plants, before I am prepared to venture into the territory she claims is real and which she also claims comes in messages from the deceased Elvis Presley, John Lennon, JFK, Dutch Royalty and many more, even my deceased friends and former crop circle researchers, Pat Delgado, Paul Vigay and David Kingston, etc. This rebuttal relates only to plant analysis and her false claims.
End of Statement.
Colin’s statement of the facts is pretty damning and I agree that Nancy got it wrong, and should admit that.