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    Default Is this Bill Wood? Claiming to be 'John Titor II' to George Noory

    Hi all,
    This sounds like infamous Bill Wood, AKA William Brockbrader. I was surprised to pick it out right away but guess still might not be?
    start @ 13:00 minute mark



    here's a video to determine similarities.

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    Default Re: Is this Bill Wood? Claiming to be 'John Titor II' to George Noory

    They do sound the same! But these ears here are English.... American ears may be needed to fine-tune the perceptions.

    A note, btw: Whoever this really is, "John Titor II" is 100% most certainly a hoaxer. There's a thread about his claims here.

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    Default Re: Is this Bill Wood? Claiming to be 'John Titor II' to George Noory

    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    They do sound the same! But these ears here are English.... American ears may be needed to fine-tune the perceptions.

    A note, btw: Whoever this really is, "John Titor II" is 100% most certainly a hoaxer. There's a thread about his claims here.
    They sound different to my remaining half of an American ear. John Titor II can't seem to get more than 5 or 10 syllables out before having to hesitate, whereas Bill Wood can get 10 or 15 out, slightly faster, with shorter hesitations in between. Wood's "verbal channel" is more fluid, quicker.

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