I think the people who are deluded are the “debunkers”, whom some seem to consider essential on many of these programs “to provide balance” but who in fact cling to some sort of faith that only the mundane exists.
I’m starting to think the same way. I have seen multiple debunkers of the Patterson film of the supposed Sasquatch and all the debunkers have done is debunk their own debunking. I don’t know what the film really shows but it is NOT someone in an old time gorilla suit as some believe. It is NOT someone in a suit such as was used in Planet of the Apes, it looks nothing like that. Arthur C. Clarke had a show for a while that seemed to actually take an honest look at things and I recall that Clarke actually debunked Amazing Randi! The show examined the possibility of finding oil, water etc. underground by divining or “witching” as some call it. Clarke went over an experiment set up by Randi which claimed to disprove the phenomenon, what Clarke showed was that while Randi’s experiment actually seemed to disprove divining there was one flaw. When the diviners looked for water their results were BETTER than chance. Randi had ignored this and simply went with the results of looking for oil in underground pipes and claimed to have disproved the phenomenon entirely.
so lemme get this straight: only the mundane does NOT exist, therefore UFOs exist. Is that what you're sayin'?