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originally posted by: Baablacksheep
No clue re those Italics.
Mine seems normal now but yours does not.
Spielberg's epic stands up amazingly well today. It's also worth remembering that most of the UFO incidents portrayed are based on real cases - eg the opening radar room dialogue; the police chase; and - COUGH - the climactic landing inspired by the infamous tall-tale of the Holloman AFB landing of 1971 (there's a lovely rumour that you can hear someone in the crowd murmuring "Hey, this is just like that 1971 landing...", but not sure if it's true).
Then a document will be leaked sometime in the future.
originally posted by: Willtell
a reply to: ConfusedBrit
And maybe that musical piece would work with John Lewis and the Modern Jazz Quartet but I doubt any aliens...
originally posted by: Baablacksheep
Lol. I am serious when I mention what I did. It does beg all sorts of questions but thus far its pretty well tucked out of sight all that. The evidence is there which demonstrates the men knew things prior to Kit appearing on the scene.
originally posted by: Sublant
a reply to: mirageman
The US is a big and open place. In the UK the government can, to this day, make a story disappear from all news outlets.
originally posted by: mirageman
Anyone wondering when Dolan will be re-scheduling his official chat with Dr. Green?
Obviously the conditions have to be ideal and at precise interviewing temperature as all reputable journalists know?
I have my suspicions it will never happen. People will just forget about it. Then a document will be leaked sometime in the future.
originally posted by: pigsy2400
1) There is a good possibility that the US Government has a UFO program and its probably hidden deep away somewhere and he and his friends have been looking for it for 40 odd years. Vallee does toss up the idea that Kit has been involved in these programs but can't be sure himself of information he is told that lays out that theory.
2) That people that believe in UFOs or that claim to see them or have "encounters" that cover all kinds; are possibly quite quite mad and suffer from delusion and other mental illnesses but are still able to function normally within society.
I found this interesting as we have only recently discussed how can someone seemingly have such opposing views...well it turns out he believes both. There aint nothing wrong with that and its nice to have some form of confirmation at least of this...
Back to the Alien Autopsy side of things.... it seems that the idea of having either images, photos or film reels of dead aliens is nothing new and goes back way further than the Spryos/Santilli nonsense too.
Could these earlier cases or rumors of people being shown "alien bodies" explain away some of the emails contents? Specifically the "three briefings" that Kit supposedly had - 2 of which predate the Santilli film.
originally posted by: Willtell
I do recall in FS4 Vallee and his two CIA buddies, Green and Puthoff, and even John Alexander were looking for some secret government ufo group that they heard existed. They, according to the book, never found this secret group.
I have cured myself of the fascination I once felt for the Intelligence community. The realization came when I observed how easily they were fooled by others and fooled themselves. Perhaps they are the ones who can't face the real world and have to invent their own secret games to make sense of it.
CHARLES J. STAHL, III M.D. U.S. NAVY?S FIRST FORENSIC PATHOLOGIST Dr. Charles J. Stahl, III, age 85, passed away on the first of March 2016, in Johnson City, Tennessee after a progressive illness. He was of the Christian faith. Son of Myrtle Esher Stahl and Charles J. Stahl, Jr, Dr. Stahl was born in Philadelphia. He was raised in Harleysville, PA where he was a lifeguard and the town?s first Eagle Scout, and graduated from Souderton High School class of 1948. Dr. Stahl graduated from Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA in 1952 and graduated from Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia in 1956 as a Doctor of Medicine. Dr. Stahl was commissioned as an Ensign in the United States Navy, Medical Corps, in 1953 and served for 27 years, retiring as a Captain (06) in 1980. Dr. Stahl became the U.S. Navy?s first Forensic Pathologist in 1962, serving at the Philadelphia Naval Hospital and on the Island of Guam. He became the Chief of Forensic Pathology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. where he led many medical-legal investigations including the deaths of the three NASA astronauts aboard Apollo I and the Robert F. Kennedy Assassination.
An expert on ballistics, he consulted with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies including the FBI, ATF, and NCIS. He was the Chairman of the Department of Laboratory Medicine at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD. During his service, Dr. Stahl received many military honors, and decorations, including the Legion of Merit, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, and the Navy Unit Commendation. Dr. Stahl is honored at the Johnson City-Washington County Veterans Memorial, Johnson City, TN. After retirement from the Navy, Dr. Stahl was appointed Chief of Laboratory Service at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Johnson City, TN; Assistant Chief Medical Examiner, State of Tennessee; and Professor of Pathology at the Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University.
Dr. Stahl was honored for his service to law enforcement by Resolution of the Johnson City Board of Commissioners and appointed an Honorary Captain with the Johnson City Police Department in 1985. Dr. Stahl continued to serve the Department of Veterans Affairs as the Chief of Staff of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Dayton, OH, Deputy Medical Inspector for the Department of Veterans Affairs and concluded his forty-year career as the Armed Forces Medical Examiner, Washington, D.C. from 1992-1996.
Dr. Stahl received the Department of Veterans Affairs Distinguished Career Award, the Helpern Laureate Award from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) in 1994, and named an AAFS Distinguished Fellow in 1995. Dr. Stahl authored journal articles and served on numerous professional boards, panels, and associations during his career including the Board of Trustees, Thomas Jefferson University, past president of the National Association of Medical Examiners, and as a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. He was inducted into the Souderton High School Hall of Fame in 2008 and recognized as the 2000 Ursinus College Annual Alumni Award honoree.