reply to post by Mysteriousness
First - welcome to ATS, Mysteriousness, and thanks a lot for your very remarkable Thread!
I have to say, that at first look, I was a bit sceptical, but - like many ATSers, I've heard too many stories of alleged whistleblowers, that finally
turned out to be more or less well fabricated hoaxes.
But when I read the report of the conversation you had with that gentleman, there was something that caught my attention:
- He said they have 6 "grey" bodies stored 6 levels underground in a cryogenic chamber in Ohio. He said they are stored in case
they return for them one day as we don't know their funeral procedures ect...
(emphasis by me)
I have to say, having just returned from work, I'm a bit tired, and english being not my first language, it's a bit difficult to give you an
impression what's just on my mind, but... maybe you're able to follow me anyhow, and maybe, after you've read this post of mine, you'll get an idea,
why instantly I got VERY excited when I read those words I quoted above.
Have you ever heard about Col. Marion M. Magruder
? According to Wikipedia, "Marion
Milton Magruder (June 27, 1911 - June 27, 1997) was an officer in the United States Marine Corps and a pioneer in Radar Intercept Night Fighting. He
was the first commanding officer of Marine squadron VMF(N)-533, then known as "Black Mac's Killers", and led that squadron during the Battle of
Okinawa in World War II. [...]
Shortly after V-J Day, September 1945, Magruder became the Commanding Officer of Marine Aircraft Group 53 (a fully integrated Night Fighter Command)
at Marine Corps Air Station Eagle Mountain Lake, Texas. The group consisted of seven tactical squadrons, one service and support squadron, one
headquarters squadron, one ground control radar squadron and one ground control approach radar unit. This totalled nearly 2400 officers and men with
146 aircraft. At the time this was the largest aircraft group in Marine Aviation. In February 1946, MAG-53 moved operations back to MCAS Cherry Point.
On August 31, 1961, Colonel Magruder retired from active duty after 26 years of service in the United States Marine Corps."
So, facing those facts, it's safe to say, that guy was a serious man. To not just a few people, "Black Mac" Magruder was a war hero of WW2.
Why am I bringing up that man?
Well... "According to four sons of Col. Marion M. Magruder, their father told them on his deathbed of being shown crash wreckage and a live
alien at Wright Field, Ohio, in mid or late July 1947. He had been attending Air War College at Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Alabama, composed
solely of the best high-ranking officers in the various services, including generals.
They were flown up to Wright Field to get their opinion on a matter of utmost
urgency and importance. There the surprised officers were told about the recovery to Wright Field of an extraterrestrial spaceship that had crashed
just two weeks previously near Roswell. Wreckage was brought out for them to examine. Then they were taken to another room and shown a surviving
alien. According to the description from Mike Magruder, his father said the “creature” was under 5 feet (1.5 m) tall, “human-like” but with
longer arms, larger eyes, and an oversized, hairless head. It had a slit for a mouth and two holes but no appendages for a nose and ears. There was no
question that it “came from another planet.”
Now, isn't that a fine bone to chew upon?
But that's not all. I remember having watched a strange video about a guy who claimed to be an ex-security-officer of (I think it was)
Wright-Patterson AFB. He talked about bodies of alien beings conserved in special tanks. He said he feared for his life, and he made an authentic
impression. I never knew what to think about that video, but in the light of the account of that gentleman, I think I should try to find it and have a
second look on it.
And somehow I think we should listen, what Mysteriousness has else to report...
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Some more information about Magruder, and what he experienced:
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