Nedelcovic it is claimed, worked for the U.S. Department of State’s Agency for International Development, and had ties to the CIA (more on this
later) and claimed that Bryant was the victim of a form of sophisticated mind-control, somewhat akin to the kind of work undertaken by the CIA’s
Nedelcovic told Reynolds of a number of bogus “UFO episodes” in both the US and the UK, in which individuals were led to believe they had had UFO
encounters when, in fact, they experienced something very different. Nedelcovic alluded to how these events involved “visual displays, radar
displacement, and the dropping of spurious alien artefacts.” Nedelcovic, claimed the Bryant case was one of these manufactured events.
Nedelcovic also revealed how the operation proceeded, and involved “experimental drugs used to induce specific hallucinatory material” as well as
“microwave transmissions.” On this latter point, Reynolds claimed he was was told by Nedelcovic that “the injudicious use of microwave
technology” led to a disastrous outcome for Bryant as he (Bryant) died in 1967, from the effects of a brain tumour. I have been unable to
independently verify this as the date and cause of Mr Bryant's death.
In his 1969 book, UFO: Flying Saucers Over Britain? author Robert Chapman noted: “There remains a possibility” that Bryant “might have had the
UFO sighting planted in his mind through hypnotism.” Chapman noted that there was “no evidence” to warrant such a belief, yet it is noteworthy
that he suggested hypnotism was used in the case of Mr Bryant as that was very much along the lines of what Nedelcovic was reportedly claiming. The
truth in this matter will most likely never come to light now, but it might just be altogether more sinister and unsettling than a visit from
Now we have an outline of the original case we can move onto to what has become to me, a most fascinating offshoot.
Firstly here is an Obituary of the Second of January Two Thousand taken from The Washington Post and as far as I have been able to ascertain this is
the same man that appears in the writing above.
Bosco Nedelcovic, 66, a linguist with the American Defense College at Fort McNair and a tenacious promoter of building a Utopian society that blended
elements of socialism and free market capitalism, died of prostate cancer Dec. 25 at the Northern Virginia Hospice.
Mr. Nedelcovic lived in Herndon, where he was known as a cheerful fellow and friendly neighborhood visionary. He acknowledged that his lifetime dream
of a new society stood little chance of ever being realized, but it didn't discourage him from holding forums and writing long, passionate letters
about his idea to government leaders, educators and foundation officials.
His proposals took on various names over the years, including Villa Venus and Happy Doomsday Retreat. Most recently, he called his project EMSUS
(Experimental Module of a Sustainable Society), which would provide "a cohesive sense of common purpose and belonging now missing among the destitute
The concept of an alternative community for the world's disenfranchised intrigued some but failed to generate substantial financial support. Still, he
relished his role as a provocateur.
Born in Belgrade, he and his family immigrated to Paraguay shortly after World War II. He grew up on a farm outside Asuncion and attended high school
Largely self-taught, he was fluent in Serbo-Croatian, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and English by the time he came to the United States in 1964. He
settled in the Washington area that same year and worked as freelance translator.
In the late 1960s he became a linguist, interpreter and translator with the American Defense Board, which runs the American Defense College. He
retired from the college in 1990 but continued to work there as a consultant.
Survivors include his wife of 43 years, Maria Zelmira Nedelcovic of Herndon; two children, Maria Ines Nedelcovic of Manhattan and Ivan Rafael
Nedelcovic of Johnson City, Tenn.; and two grandchildren.
As you can see the person above worked for the American Defence College at Fort McNair. Fort J Lesley McNair is one of the oldest US Army
establishments and is currently among other things; The headquarters of the Military District of Washington, Home of the National Defence University,
and the residence of the Vice Chief of the Defence Staff. In its long history it has been a place of execution of traitors and other criminals. It
sits on the peninsula at the confluence of the Washington and Potomac rivers.
Born in Belgrade with a name that suggests Yugoslavian nativity his family moved to Paraguay shortly after the war. It is worth highlighting the
conspiratorial possibility that many escaping Nazis changed their names and escaped to countries such as Paraguay. This, if true might explain that
guilt over Nazi atrocities was the catalyst that inspired Mr Nedelcovic's utopian ideals. This of course is pure conjecture.
He seems to have had a distinguished career and was clearly a very accomplished linguist. So if this is our man were the claims of government
skulduggery really his, and is there any truth to them. It is conceivable that honourable and idealistic man already driven by guilt over past
nefarious actions of his birth nation, on witnessing state sponsored evil in his adopted home, may have been driven to try and draw attention to these
acts, but is their any evidence for this to be the case?
If the letter linked above is genuine it suggests that this Bosco Nedelcovic was of sufficient status to serve as an interpreter for the Deputy
Director of Central Intelligence, one Lt General Vernon A Walters, an august and accomplished career soldier diplomat and author
, and correspond with him directly. General Walters was himself a master of languages among other
things. Interestingly for a high ranking officer with an Intelligence background, and diplomat who served under Regan and Bush Snr, that was educated
by Jesuits in England, there does not seem to be any internet sites that link him to any conspiracy or underhand dealings. Make of that what you
This letter is supposedly a response from Alfred De Grazia. A pioneer in Computer Social Networks who actively served in the US Military in World War
Two and whose specialisations were, you guessed it, Intelligence and Psychological Warfare.en.m.wikipedia.org...
If you are wondering were all this could possibly be leading then allow me to reassure you that at this point in the research for this thread, so was
I, but I kept going.
Nedelcovic appears in connection with other famous UFO incidents notably the famous alien abduction of Brazilian Farmer Antonio Villas Boas in which
it is claimed that Nedocovic was on board the specially jazzed up CIA helicopter that was used in this and other fake abduction incidents.