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Intel guys what intel guys are you talking about? What have they got to do with this subject or anything?
Facts plaease no BS.
Originally posted by DJW001
reply to post by fah0436
You would have to find and ask them.
We kept our distance from them, but did see them drive or walk by every few hours.
Under the Permit Greer got, the park agreed not to interfere with or snoop on what we where doing.
That's all I know.
Funny, at first you said:
There were skeptics. And far far too many strange things happened on the beach, on the water and in the sky that could not possibly be staged on a public beach patrolled 24/7 by park rangers.
So now you're saying that Greer had some sort of arrangement with the Park Rangers not to snoop or interfere, which means that Greer could have staged anything he wanted to.
Originally posted by fah0436
And more more very important thing. There was a precise 20-30 minute window when we were allowed to proceed into the park/beach area. That went for everyone except of course the park rangers themselves. After that, the gates were closed and locked and no one else let in.
Originally posted by fah0436
The arrangement with the park applied only at night while we were there. He did try to keep the rangers about 100 feet away from up so they would not disturb what we were doing, with is common for almost any kind of meeting and very reasonable in my view. Could he have trucked in hundreds of pounds of equipment to stage a show? No way. Everything had to be carried in on foot at least a quarter of a mile at night. And Greer and his team arrived at the same time everyone else did. I very much doubt that Rangers would have let ANYONE else in at any other time during darkness.
I have a picture of multicolored orbs lining up the whole sky...
[...] in a letter to Janice Williams, an Asheville woman who managed the CSETI office until last March, Greer claimed that "my income at present is LESS than [my family's] expenses for living"-- but the fact is that he isn't poor. Along with drawing a doctor's paycheck, Greer has several hefty real estate holdings, which he's in the process of liquidating. He and his family live in a 22-room Tudor-style home in one of Asheville's most exclusive subdivisions, Biltmore Forest; it's on the market for $698,000 (recently marked down from $725,000), and he's selling another home for $398,000. He also draws rent from the Asheville office structure that houses CSETI's international headquarters.
Alien Brothers, Come Down
Greer is a well-built 37-year-old whose sturdy neck supports a simian head decorated with red-blond hair, a beard, and glasses: The overall impression is of a bookwormy, partially sheared Sasquatch. As we settle in he glances around, frowns and squints, then deems the spot ripe for sightings. Indeed, what he considers promising data soon whistle in. From a stand of tall pines about a quarter-mile north of us drifts the call of a whippoorwill and a weird, lonely tone that I've never heard before. Greer, still standing, executes a three-quarter torso twist and cocks an ear at the trees. Body alert, he announces that the tone is "almost identical" to a sound recorded a few years earlier by a UFO skywatch group in Canada. Significantly, it occurred near a field where crop circles--patterns and lines that for some time now have been mysteriously turning up on British and North American farms--had recently appeared. Analysis of the Canadian tone, he claims, showed that "it did not match any sound known on this planet."