When the MJ-12 documents first came out in 1987 I set out to find out whether or not Majestic 12 existed.
One of the mother and father's closest and long time friends was Air Force Gen. James. H. Doolittle and his wife Jo.
They lived on 3rd street in Santa Monica and we lived at 222 14th St.
This was between 1947 and 1954. I was between 5 and 11 years old during this period.
The general and his wife where either at our place or mom and dad where at theirs. Another frequent guest was Gen. Hoyt Vandenberg. In later years my
mother told me that Gen. Vandenberg had had a 'crush' on her.
When Gen. Doolittle retired he moved to Pebble Beach. I forget when Jo passed away I think it was the early 80's.
I knew that the retired general was heavily involved with UFO's and I knew that he would be the perfect source to find out whether or not Majestic 12
The only problem was although I knew Jimmy and saw him occasionally at SETP and other aviation functions I did not know him well enough to ask him
this question of great importance.
But my mother did. And she kept in regular touch with the General.
Over a period of about 3 months I convinced my mother (who then lived in Reno) of the importance of this single question and finally talked her into
It took another 3 months for the 'proper time' to occur.
She called the General one morning and after a few pleasantries said, "Jimmy, is Majestic 12 real?"
His answer was, "Yes, Moya it is but I can't say anything about it."
Since you don't know my mom or the General you wouldn't really know the significance of the conversation or for that matter even believe the event
But for me it iron clad proof that Majestic 12 existed, whether or not the documents were real and whether or not Majestic 12 had anything to do with
I believe that this conversation took place in 1987.