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Originally posted by ufo reality
reply to post by Skeptical Ed
Brazel was forced to change his testimony. The Roswell Daily Record was forced to stop talking about a recovered disk. Residence were threatened into silence (over a Mogul balloon? I don't think so.) Base intelligence officer Jesse Marcel was told to pose with fake wreckage material. The list goes on and on. Nothing the Air Force has said makes any sense. None of the materials that went into the Mogul balloons was out of the ordinary. Marcel would have been able to tell it was a radar balloon device and not a flying saucer.
I met a guy who worked at the Pentagon (U.S. Army) and handled top secret memos off to generals. I asked him about Roswell. He said he thinks it was an alien craft for sure. That's coming from someone who worked at the Pentagon. So he's gullible?
[edit on 12-10-2009 by ufo reality]
Originally posted by jkrog08
Well for me it is like this:
Roswell: Sketchy, the evidence is just about even both ways, in fact when you simplify it down to the people who actually made physical contact with bodies or debris you are left with SEVEN, out of the over 400 witnesses. Around half of those witnesses have sketchy credibility at best, the other 390 plus give all their information second hand. I used to be absolute about Roswell, now not so much. There are some questions that need to be answered or investigated by both "sides". As I said in my PODCAST, right now I am 50/50, but would bet money on Mogul being true, to some extent anyways.
-Relevant Thread: The Case For Roswell (Condensed)
Rendlesham- Solid, anyone who researches the case will realize this. There is no publicly acknowledged craft that can perform the maneuvers seen when the craft left, let alone match the military officer's descriptions of what they saw. In my opinion, this is one of the top cases, some will disagree, but it is what it is.
-Relevant Link: The Case For Rendelsham
The Hill Abduction- Solid, the Star Map does it for me, not to mention the witnesses (Betty and Barney Hill). People can say what they want about the Star Map and the odds given the size of the Universe but to draw something in that detail years before that system is discovered officially is beyond a coincidence for me. Not to mention the fact that they reported being abducted by the very beings which have become the "classic" abducting alien race today. A mere coincidence and public suggestion? The odds against that are very high.
-Relevant Link: The Hill Abduction Case
[edit on 10/12/2009 by jkrog08]
Originally posted by Skeptical Ed
I appreciate your comments about Roswell, which could benefit from a reading of "Roswell : Inconvenient Facts and the Will to Believe" by Karl T. Pflock, and "The Roswell UFO Crash: What They Don't Want You to Know" by Kal K Korff.
These are some of the claims Korff has made to me:
# Is the director of a nanotechnology project and had a forensics project in the Balkans. Korff also claimed he would have a chip implanted in him for his "ops" for a reality tv show showing "Captain" Korff fighting terrorism and taking down UFO frauds.
# Was a consultant to the OJ Simpson criminal prosecution team and an expert witness for the defense in the OJ Simpson civil trial.
# Said he had cutting edge technology that he wanted to share with me for use on the Internet. Korff claimed to have created this cutting edge technology.
# Has a $25,000,000 budget to work with to pursue UFO frauds.
# Is going to be publishing a 24 volume series exposing the Billy Meier case and has a 500 book deal. Yes, you read right, five-hundred, 5-0-0.
# Is a Captain in the Special Secret Services and works in anti-terrorism as a SAPSTOE (Special Activities Planning Strategies Tactics Operations Execution).