Laura: Update 6 June 2013. This is an interesting short video aired on mainstram tv, where 2 scientists discuss a mermaid filmed in Greenland. A doctor who has previously met mermaids outside South Africa, and who is a doctor confirms the viewing. ENJOY !!! I thought you guys would enjoy to have this confirmed I wonder what everybody thinks of this?
Laura: deeply resonating documentary, well worth watching. I had the chills for the entire show ! Highly recommended if you have time to watch. No worries, they speak english! Scientists speaking about them finding mermaid bones, and being stopped by the navy from continuing.. one hour and a half almost but watch small clips from it and last 5 mimutes.. B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L !!
I think for security reasons the scientists here are not themselves, but we are seing actors impersonating them. Also, some of the names of scientists and institutions are not real, for security and employment reasons I guess. This docu was aired on animal planet nevertheless.. so I guess no smoke without fire!
For those of you who are skeptics, here is Homeland security shutting off those NOAA scientists website: http://believeinmermaids.com/
After checking in a little more, as a few people are thinking that this is fiction, here is what I have found on project Avalon:
Here’s the actor who played “Dr. Paul Robertson”:
Here’s the actress who played “Dr. Rebecca Davis” (aka Dr. Becky Davis):
There is no “NOAA Fisheries Dept”, where both the above supposedly worked. There is a NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service within the United States Department of Commerce (note that the word “Department” applies to a much larger, encompassing institution.
I cannot locate a Sr. Stephen Peasall, Smithsonian Institute or a Dr. Rodney Webster, University of South Florida.
I suspect that the disclaimers at the end of this movie are truely stated:
navy sonar tests have been directly
implicated in whale beachings
“The Bloop” is a real phenomenon
there is still debate about what it may be
none of the institutions or agencies that
appear in the film are affiliated or associated with it
in any way, nor have they approved its contents
any similarities in the film to actual persons
living or dead is entirely coincidental