Originally posted by karl 12
Hey Schaden, I asked Jim about the true percentage of actual unknowns in
this post but he seemed to skip it
I once asked Oberg about Grant Cameron's story - That Cameron had informed Oberg of Daniel Sheehan's experience working with Marcia Smith
(apparently a friend of Oberg's) in the pursuit of two research studies pertaining to UFOs and ET lifeforms in the galaxy, commissioned by President
Marcia Smith worked for the Research Branch of the Library of Congress. After receiving this tip from Cameron, Oberg called Smith to inquire about its
veracity. And then following that conversation, he emailed Cameron to ask what he thought of what Smith said to him (Grant Cameron)
Cameron had never been able to get in touch with Smith to confirm the details of Sheehan's story, so he emailed Oberg back and asked him, what
did she say ?
Oberg refused to disclose anything to Cameron about his conversation with Smith. I asked him on the forum to confirm Cameron's version of events and
for him to share what Smith had told him about her work with Daniel Sheehan and the Library of Congress research dept's efforts to study classified
aspects of Project Blue Book data and the preparation of two research papers for the Carter White House.
For the benefit of the reader, Sheehan claims he saw microfilm of a crashed flying saucer in the snow, surrounded by personnel in US military
uniforms. There were detailed close up photos showing a strange font on the side of the craft. Sheehan was given temporary access to this information
in the basement of the Library of Congress, due to Smith's connections and authority, acting on behalf of a request from the POTUS, in what I would
describe as something like a SCIF. (sensitive compartmented information facility)
Oberg told me it was a private matter.
I take that as a "no comment" non-denial, denial.
Guess he can't risk his pseudo-skeptic credentials among the CSICOP nutters that desperately cling to the a priori assumption that flying saucers are
mythical objects akin to dragons and unicorns.