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[ Jim Goodall : ] "Ben Rich told me twice before he died: 'We have things at Area 51 that you and the best
minds in the world won't even be able to conceive that we have for 30 or 40 years, and won't be made
public for another 50.' A friend of mine at Lockheed told me: 'We have things in the Nevada desert that
are alien to your way of thinking -- far beyond anything you see on Star Trek.' One time I
interviewed a retired senior master sergeant who had been at Groom Lake three different times as an Air
Force safety specialist. ... At first he was real nervous, but when he warmed up he told me: 'We have things
that would make George Lucas envious.' I know one retired guy who worked at Lockheed for 30
years, most of the time at Area 51 ; he's very proud of what he's done, and he wants the story of the place
to be told so that his grandchildren will have some idea of what he was involved in. In the summer of '86 I
asked him if he believes in UFOs. He said, 'They absolutely, positively do exist !' I said, 'Can you
expand on that?' And he said, 'No, I've said too much as it is.' "
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by jkrog08
Von Braun was diagnosed right after he retired. According to Zorgon, whatever it was he said that got him murdered was said two years before he died, he was diagnosed two years before that. It's ridiculous to make a connection.
Shouldn't all of the Disclosure Project whistleblowers be dead by now?
Originally posted by Skeptical Ed I'm part of that membership.