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Truthed.com: What First Interested you in UFOs?
Dr. Randle: I always blame my mother who had an interest in science fiction. Science fiction is about space travel and alien worlds so it’s not a big step from that into UFOs. That sparked the interest, but the evidence, both physical and eyewitness is very compelling and suggests there is something more here than just science fiction.
Truthed.com: What is the best piece of evidence for the existence of E.T's that you have come across to date?
Dr. Randle: I suppose I would actually talk about a couple of cases. Roswell is important because of the number of high-ranking military witnesses who have been interviewed. Levelland, Texas from 1957 because of the number of witnesses including police officers and the fact the UFO interacted with the environment meaning it stalled car engines, dimmed lights, and caused radios to fail. Eyewitnesses in thirteen different locations told of similar events without having heard about the other cases. The Air Force talked to three and dismissed them. If they didn’t talk to the Air Force they didn’t exist. There are the Washington Nationals because of the independent radar sightings that were corroborated by visual sightings by both commercial and military pilots. If you look at these cases, you find independent threads of evidence throughout them. They are good, solid cases.
Truthed.com: After your extensive investigation on Roswell you are often regarded as THE Roswell >expert, Do you think the Government actually recovered Alien bodies from that crash, do you think they were alive, and where do you think those bodies are now?
Dr. Randle: Yes, I think the evidence, mostly eyewitness but with limited documentation suggests that an alien craft fell at Roswell and the government recovered it and the bodies of the crew. There is some evidence, not nearly as persuasive, that one of the creatures survived the crash. Most of that testimony is second hand and therefore not nearly as strong as that for the recovery of the craft.
We have testimony that suggests the bodies were taken to Wright Field at Dayton, Ohio but we also have information that one of them went to Lowry in Denver, at the time the headquarters of the Army Mortuary Services. There has also been information that one of them ended up in Florida at an Air Force aerospace facility. The best guess is that the bodies are still housed somewhere on the sprawling Wright-Patterson Air Force Base but I don’t know for certain.