I foudn this site while sufing around ...you might have already been here before..
.Late in the afternoon of Saturday,August 19, 1995, Dr. Roger K. Leir with the assistanceof a general surgeon, took his scalpel and made a 3/4"
incision down the inner half of the big toe of a patient who was lying on her back. Patricia Connely*, a former abductee, was about to undergo an
exploratory surgery to remove two anomalous foreign objects which were lodged in her big toe. Pat Patillo* was focusing his video camera on the area
being incised, thus recording the entire proceedings for posterity. A direct, live video feed was being sent to a 12-inch TV monitor in a room
adjacent the operation room where six to seven people, myself included, sat in eerie silence watching the proceedings in living color. I can state,
with a degree of certainty, that none of us had ever witnesse an event quite like this.
So where's the evidence? If I had some sort of weird implant I'd removed from a patient's body, I'd want it authenticated and taken to as many
labs as possible to prove my claim. Any "forensic pathologist" (as he says he is) would know how to preserve evidence and would have a whole huge
list of people to turn the evidence over to.
It's been 8 years and all we've seen are claims that sell books on weird theories (the aliens=progeria is about the lamest one of these) full of bad
A few years ago, I saw on television a program about this very sort of thing, except, the "foreign object" was in a woman's arm. After the doctor
removed it, he actually showed it on screen. It was approximately 1/4 to 1/2 of an inch long, "football" shaped, and concaved on one side. In
addition, the doctor also said that it appeared to be made out of silicone.
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