posted on Jul, 2 2004 @ 10:16 AM
Corso died shortly after having written his book. He left a lot of documents with his son, who promised to reveal more evidence, but this has yet to
occur, as far as I know. His son is on the ufo congress circuit.
There has been critique on a lot of inaccuracies in his book (just google...), but it could also be because of faulty memory and Birnes, his
co-author, rushing the book out.
Strange why someone with his credentials would risk his reputation coming out with such a story...
I have never heard of him being accused of being a disinformation agent (but then again who knows?)
True or not? Just like Clifford Stone and Dan Sherman, etc. unless we really have proof who can say?
I was surprised to see astronaut Edgar Mitchell say he had a favorable impression of Corso (telephone interview with other NIDS scientists).
We need these people to provide some concrete piece of evidence.
In any case, Greer's Disclosure project has jumped on the re-engineering bandwagon, but I am skeptical of Greer...