Originally posted by Springer
I asked George to present this not only because he is one of our newest ATS Video Pros, but much of this has never been seen by anyone. I think it
gives a great perspective into the real Philip Corso without all the preparation of a speaking engagement.
Whether you discount him as fantasy, believe parts or think he was exactly what he said he was, this is an opportunity to see him like you never have
before and never will again, as he is now deceased.
To add to that before he died according to his family (son I believe) he said something along the lines of "I wish I had never written that damn
book" There's a documentary out there I saw some time ago interviewing his family after his death. His family says on his death bed he swore every
word in the book was true but he was made out to look like a "loon" hence the reason he wished he had never written it.
People are concentrating too much on the UFO stuff in the documentary. There is one part where he starts to talk about Russia launching a nuclear
bomb at a satellite and missed it then it cuts out and goes to another subject. Right before that he mentions there was 2 incidents.
There could possibly be a correlation between 2 incidents that occurred where (gamma was it?) waves were detected as if 2 nuclear bombs had gone off
in space detected by scientists/astronomers on the ground and was later just pawned off as a space/astronomy mystery/anomaly. I was really hoping to
hear what he had to say after that but it was cut off, shoot.
Considering I have a copy of his DA Form 66 sitting right next to me it pretty much gives quite a interesting history of all his duty stations and
for how long along with his titles which all pretty much correlate with what he has said in interviews.
If asking how I got a copy all you have to do is submit a freedom of information act for "Colonel Phillip J. Corso's DA Form 66" In the late 90's
they were releasing it so quite a few of us already in the military decided to try and get it.
I think it might also be posted on the black vault website but not 100% certain of that.
A good majority of my superiors in the military believed what he claimed to have known but wouldn't dare mention it publicly just due to career
I pretty much have to believe what he claims he has seen although I do agree his story sometimes changes here and there but as old as he was I'm not
surprised. All it takes is one joke from him about it to make him look like a loon, which I've seen happen in interviews he's done. A good example
was the 20/20 interview at the end when he jokingly said wait till I tell you about the time machine and they played it off as if he was serious. He
was jokingly serious but those that haven't looked into him just took it as meaning he was a loony old man which is quite sad.
This is the only person to date I have believed when it comes to UFO's. I'm guessing it's due to his time in service and hard solid proof from
Washington itself that he worked there both as, "Staff of Foreign Technology Div" and then promoted to "Chief of Foreign Technology Div" As
accurate as he is with recalling dates it's quite stunning to be honest considering all the different assignments he had.
I kind of have to laugh at his "debunkers" considering most of them haven't even heard of him and his stories have been around a long long time.
I'm also curious how much these guys have studied up on him. Simple fact is if they haven't heard of him except through a post like this then they
are not true debunkers much less seriously looked into the UFO phenomena as this guy is on top of the list.
Chances are if there is a UFO thing this is the guy to know. If he is a disinfo agent then all that's happening is the typical "hide it in plain
site because no one will look there".
I'm really glad to have been able to see this video although I would have loved to know more about that Russian nuclear war head he talked about
going into space and missing the satellite target by 250 miles, shoot shoot shoot lol.