posted on Sep, 27 2014 @ 01:35 AM
a reply to: Vrill
Nick Redfern's been working on a new book that aims to explain the Hills case as an MKULTRA exercise. I'm looking forward to the book to see if he
can 'make the case' convincingly. He's going to face resistance from the people who accept the skeptical position of the event being a series of
coincidences that were misinterpreted by Betty's imagination and transferred to Barney. Likewise, those who believe it was a genuine 'waylaying' of
the couple by buccaneering aliens from Zeta will be against the terrestrial explanation.
I've no urge to commit to any particular explanation, but Betty's verbal description of the faces has often left me with an image of someone in a
mask. She described the mouths as having a membrane within them which could be a description of someone's lips moving behind the mouth of a mask.
*If* there was an MKULTRA element, it would presumably be occurring with the Hills under a mind-altering substance.
Where the book really interests me is the potential for it to explain one or two of my favourite cases: Higdon, Wilcox and Masse.
Aside from the resistance, a few folk will be quick to use MKULTRA as an explanation for everything because it's human nature to keep their
Of the recent books, Lambright's 'X Descending' and Valdez' Dulce 'The Truth and Evidence From the Case Files of Gabe Valdez' are a good read
and very reasonably priced on Amazon. Mike Swords' 'Grassroots UFOs' and 'UFOs and Government' are excellent.
In 'Grassroots,' there are some crazy and intriguing reports. One or two recollect military men in the early 50s being asked to enter hangars where
there were bodies and wreckage laid out. They were asked to look at the 'small bodies' and, once outside, given pencil and paper and asked to
describe what they saw. If true, two scenarios spring to mind.