posted on Jul, 27 2012 @ 08:06 PM
There's a book called Secret Cipher of the UFOnauts
by Allen Greenfield. On
page 71 there's an interesting interview (Interview with Terry R. Wriste - June 24, 1994
) with a man named Terry R. Wriste (terrorist?) that is
apparently some master cipher expert.
In the short interview he tells Allen about underground alien bases and how he and a team of ex Vietnam vets found one of the cave entrances to a base
in Georgia(U.S.) where the movie Deliverance was filmed. Apparently they went in and had a short fire fight with the Dero (named Alien species). He
mentions Phil Schneider
's incident with aliens but doesn't say any names.
“…we were in a kind of cavern, only, I’d say, artiﬁcially hollowed out and illuminated by a greenish glow, defuse; not from a single,
identiﬁable source. Anyhow, the whole area resembled (ufologist Dick) Shaver’s less exotic subterranean story descriptions, and, in more recent
terms, some of the modern alien base stories.
We were confronted by these small, grayish beings—humanoid only in the technical sense—and one of our guys said “Dero!” and started shooting.
He had an M-1 riﬂe, if I recall. One shot, and [the little gray being] was illuminated in blue, and just gone. Then there was a sound, and I felt my
own gun, an M-16, get unbearably hot. I dropped it, turned to run, and was confronted by two of these little gray-skinned guys with a net.
Whatever had convinced me my riﬂe was hot had apparently not focused on my pistol, a vintage Luger, and one of the little net-holders received the
last surprise of its life. It kind of exploded, and the other one dropped the net and ran, up the slope, with me suddenly in pursuit.
When we got beyond the lighted area, though, it was just gone. I heard gun ﬁre and explosions behind me, and that god-awful hum, and I continued,
pistol in hand, looking around wildly, to go back the way I came. Only three of us ever made it back to the surface. One of them died a year or so
later, of leukemia, I think. He was only about 24-25, so maybe there’s a connection.”
There's also another book by Greenfield called Secret Rituals of the Men
that has another interview with this Terry R. Wriste dude where he talks about meeting Indrid Cold the strange man that John Keel
encountered during the Mothman events in '66 & '67 in Point Pleasant, WV. He claims Indrid Cold was an ultraterrestrial hiding from the Dero. This
interview starts on page 82 and is called Terry R. Wriste on Ultraterrestrials
Both books are FREE to read at the above links.
What if everything Terry R. Wriste is saying is TRUE...
I'm wondering what ATS members think about both interviews and if anyone has ever heard of this Terry R. Wriste character?
One curious thing to note is that there was a Terry R. Wriste that contacted a paranormal hunting crew in Kentucky to inform them of the
events that were going on back in March/April of this
year (2012), however, after a few email exchanges with Mr. Wriste he stopped communicating and they haven't had luck tracking him down.
There's speculation that the Kentucky Goblin incident is related to the underground alien bases that Mr. Wriste mentions in his interviews with Allen
Greenfied back in the mid '90's.
edit on 7/27/12 by Evildead because: (no reason given)