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Originally posted by MKULTRA
Thank you for posting this.
Not a problem. It's sad how few people who have an interest in extra terrestrials know this event actually took place. You are right on target when you say he doesn't give off the verbal aura that he is schizo, but i noticed another thing; this man sounds very educated, at least to a college level. Even though he is in emotional shambles, he never breaks sound grammatic rules. Also, did you notice that when he seemed to delve into his history, the show goes dead?
Couldn't have said it any better myself.
[edit on 27-9-2004 by MKULTRA]
On the other hand, it's awful weird that the broadcast was cut off at that particular point. I'm not particularly knoweldgeable on this topic, but didn't the disruption have to do with satellite problems, or something to that effect?
Any more info on this?
On April 28, 1998, Brian calls in and confesses that he was the caller who was portraying a character for the Area 51 employees line. He said he has no idea why the satellite went out, and Brian performed a little of the act, to convince us of his identity.
it was the GE Americom satellite going out of "Earth Lock."
Food for thought.
I'm no voice expert, but listening to the two....they sound pretty similar....
Why did the satellite go down when it did?
Coincidence that GE holds huge contracts with the United States military and the government?
Mentioning disasters on this certain date may have turned someones ears to the air.
Originally posted by goregrinder
or B) someone had their finger on a button to knock this satellite out of transmission if someone by chance started saying the right things.