I didn´t get any respone in the Montauk thread (it was offtopic though - shame on me) so I´ll try it here instead.
There´s a photo which I´ve only ever found mentioned in one video only. Supposedly it shows Bush Sr., while president, with 2 secret service guys
standing in water fishing. One SS guy supposedly is invisible and you can only see the fishing pole floating in the air.
Keep in mind this video is old. Its not a photoshop job. Not to say it couldn´t be fake though. The man in the video is none other than Al Bielek.
Please don´t let this be a "Bielek is a kook thread". Its the picture and its history I´m interested in, thanks.
I enjoyed the clip - have discussed Al Bielek with people, though I haven't read anything personally. They have found him quite compelling and I
have to admit to see him he wasn't even slighty what I was expecting.
I have tried numerous searches and can't find any other reference to the photo unfortunately - I would love to see a clearer one. I don't really
recognise the President pictured as George Bush Sr though.
All the best and I wish you luck in finding out more info.
Yeah, the quality of the clip sucks. The original video file is in higher resolution and better bitrate which makes it only slightly better.
The president is on the far right. I misunderstood at first and thought the president were supposed to be Reagan on the far left (Which the SS-agent
on the far left looks like IMO). But it is (supposedly) Bush Sr. on the far right. He holds his hands weird so you can´t see his hair.
What bothers me is that you dont see the whole fishing rod.
I have heard of this pic before, from Al, actually. He described it almost the same exact way but without the photo. Thanks for tracking it down! I
believe he said it was Bush but I cant remember which one. Without a proper study of the photo, who knows. Al has been thru a lot (montauk or no
montauk) and even he admits to getting confused once in a while.
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