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the burden of proof always lies with the party making a claim.
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When it comes to paranormal things, belief / believers are usually just plain more entertaining than their opposites. I don't mean
in a figure of fun way (which to me is an incredibly worn-out thing), I mean entertaining, period. It's like religion - religious people are just plain
more interesting on the subject of religion than atheists.
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Ted Newsom wrote:
Far's I know, Chambers was pretty solidly employed through the 1960s and 70s. All show biz people have down times, but given his reputation, I can't
imagine a stretch of unemployment long enough for him to negotiate for, design, construct and deliver a first class hairy Sasquatch suit-- and given his
position in the business, I also can't see him reducing his rate down to the peanuts a fringe character like Patterson could afford.
And THAT scenario brings up the question, "Did John Chambers even HAVE a lab at home?" Since most make-up effects guys today are freelance, they
often convert their garage into a make-up lab, just because they need someplace to work-- but is there any indication at all that Chambers had such a place
in the era we're concerned with?
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