A short documentary film, “THE CONSPIRATOLOGIST” – – featuring Norio Hayakawa

A short documentary film was produced by filmmakers Stephen Bradford and Justin Jay Jones, featuring Norio Hayakawa.   Its world premiere was held on October 23, 2022 at the Santa Fe International Film Festival.  Here is the entire movie:


By Stephen Bradford producer:

“For most my life I have had a fascination with UFOs.  After college, I began reading much of the literature on the subject.  In the last 15 years, I have written extensively on the subject, appeared on podcasts, started a book, and forged many strong friendships with some pretty interesting people.  Although I am not a firm believer in metal disks visiting us from outer space, I do think there is SOMETHING to the phenomena.  At the very least, the subject challenges your mind and forces you to think a bit deeper about reality.

One person who always fascinated me was Norio F. Hayakawa.  Earlier this year when Justin Jay Jones and I founded our first video production company, I knew I wanted to make short documentaries on a handful of people.”


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“There are no aliens, no alien abductions and no alien cattle mutilations”, said William Cooper in 1999, author of BEHOLD A PALE HORSE

Click and watch this fascinating interview of 1999, two years before he passed away:


To most folks  (including myself)  Bill Cooper was an egotistical, obnoxious person and an alcoholic.  He always acted as if only he had the truth.  He was thought to be a con artist  (and perhaps he was)  throughout the 1990s and probably up till his final days in 2001 when he died in a shootout in Arizona.

However, in the above 1999 interview, I do agree with one thing he said.

That is, that there is no evidence yet that (physical) extraterrestrials exist. 

I totally disagree with the rest of what he said

Cooper adamantly stated that all UFOs are man-made.  I totally disagree.  Like I stated many times before, I am a believer in the reality of the UFO phenomenon, even though we still do not fully understand this phenomenon.

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There is still plenty of room here in New Mexico, U.S.A.

(ABOVE PHOTO, by yours truly – – North 4th Street, near Alameda Blvd. in Albuquerque)

by Norio Hayakawa, July 8, 2022

New Mexico is the 5th largest state in the Union.   Yet the entire population of this spacious state has been only about 2 million.   It’s been like this for many years already.  


(And this is strictly my wild speculation as a retired, long-time licensed funeral director in Los Angeles where I used to live)

Because even when newcomers  (from other states)  arrive here, the older generation here keeps passing away.  

There are so many retired folks living here.  

There are so many nursing homes, assisted living facilities and retirement homes, communities and apartments here.  It’s unbelievable!!  

(It’s good for me because as an entertainer, I can enjoy providing much needed live music entertainment to these folks in those places) 

So, even when newcomers move here, there is always a good balance in population because many retirees keep passing away.  Therefore, I say not to worry about this wonderful state becoming over-populated!!   

Also, even though many Californians are moving to places such as Nevada, Arizona, Utah and Colorado (and also to Texas),  somehow many of them seem to skip New Mexico for some reason or other.

My wife and I didn’t.   It was the best decision to have moved from Torrance, California to Rio Rancho, New Mexico in 2008.

Many folks in the United States do not seem to know or care much about New Mexico.

In a way, this is good for us.   I say it’s the best kept secret.

New Mexico is less expensive to live than many other states. 

Everybody knows that New Mexico doesn’t have big industries, except for tourism and film making, even though there are some significant defense contractors here, along with research laboratories and important military bases such as Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque.   

But I love New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment.

There is no place like New Mexico – – its beautiful, mild climate with distinct 4 seasons, its rich and diverse culture and wonderful, generous people.

The people here are great.  There is diversity of culture here.

I love the great Native American people here and their traditions – – I love the Hispano culture with its unique Spanish language spoken here, especially in northern New Mexico.

It goes without saying that New Mexico, with its abundance of tasty green chile, has the best food I ever tasted.

My wife and I will never leave this Land of Enchantment

For those who wish not to live in large cities here  (Besides Albuquerque, with a population of 650,000, there are only 3 major cities – – Las Cruces with 100,000, Rio Rancho with 100,000 and Santa Fe with 95,000), there are so many small, beautiful communities here in New Mexico scattered all over.  

Yes, I will always be an optimist.

Long live New Mexico, U.S.A.!!

(ABOVE PHOTO, by Norio Hayakawa – – residential street near Paseo and Wyoming Blvd. in Albuquerque)



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“Skinwalkers at the Pentagon” – – another dull tale of government pork, with nothing worthwhile to show

A review by Simlasa:



”I got this book for my father who is an armchair UFO enthusiast.  His eyesight is poor so it fell to me to read it to him.

Now, I am a skeptic…….but I have read widely on the topic, including books by Vallee, Keel, Wilson, etc.

There are NO new revelations in this book.  Moreover it is written in a style that would make your average congressional proposal seem like a pageturner.

Reading between the lines, this is the story of how a Las Vegas billionaire, Robert Bigelow  (long a local maven of research into the ‘afterlife’ and frequent Art Bell topic),  boondoggled the U.S. government out of $22 million dollars to fund a bunch of fellow ghost-hunters to explore his Utah ranch looking for spooks.

The book employs endless reams of jargon, acronyms and ‘government speak’ to make it all seem very official and important…….it goes on at length about sincerity of Senator Harry Reid and other notable Bigelow flunkies…..it talks a lot about all the databases and measurments and numbered whatnots the study amassed…..all without reaching any scientifically discernable conclusions.

In the realm of government pork barrell projects, $22 million isn’t much….but what is there to show for it?

This book and some ghost-hunter TV series.  What factual evidence did they find once we leave out the stories of sturdy men getting the heebie jeebies and housewives seeing werewolves?

Thankfully they were NOT funded for their even kookier proposals for remote viewing studies and low orbit space laboratories.

The real story here, the one that reveals itself underneath the drab camouflage of program names and contract numbers, is that the U.S. government was bilked out of millions of dollars by Senator Reid and his millionaire buddy so UFO buffs could wander around the desert with expensive ghost-hunting toys.

Even that might be a fun read, but it isn’t, because the writing is so horrible and reads like a government document.

Stay away, read something fun by Vallee or Keel instead.”



Here is another review by a Molly VanZant:


“This is a fawning tribute to billionaire Robert Bigelow who investigated UAP and paranormal phenomena through his organization NIDS and then got $22 million dollars from the government to do some more research.

Lots of words and not much information.

This book tries to explain what great research they did without actually presenting any data !!




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