reply to post by IsaacKoi
Page two, directly before the description of a supposed body;
"There was about thirty wooden crates nailed shut. I open the the box, the contents enclosed in a thick glass container, submerged in
blue liquid, almost as heavy as yelling(?) solution, the body was floating in the fluid."
I've a few problems with this:
1. We have 30 wooden crates reported. At the top of the page, not quoted, it's described that the crates are reported as being Top Secret.
a,) I have no direct military experience, so, one question I have is; Are personnel without security clearances allowed to handle material(s) above
their security clearance, as in this supposed case for manual labor?
b.) If no, then, "Pat" would either have had a Top Secret clearance, This is all a fabrication, there was a mistake in allowing non-approved
personnel access to sensitive material, or people without security clearance have access to materials above their clearances all the time.
c.) If this material was SO important, the body of an extraterrestrial at that, wouldn't there be a security detail guarding this shipment? The
biggest threat concern to any security conscious agency or enterprise is the threat concern from within. With such a supposedly important shipment,
one would think there'd be a security detail present at all times to prevent unauthorized opening of crates out of curiosity.
2. We have 30 crates, and the one with a supposed alien body just coincidentally happens to be the one that gets opened out of mischief for
3. There's a body in a glass container filled with a heavy blue fluid?
a.) Who ships anything in glass cases? Glass can crack, or break regardless of how thick it is. What would happen if there was an accident, or the
wooden crate got dropped?
b.) Who ships anything supposedly Top Secret in a container (albeit inside a wooden crate) that anyone can essentially walk up to, open and see the
c.) A sealed and locked against tampering, and insulated against physical shock like a dropped crate steel casing would make more no-brainer sense
for shipping such high-value perishable material.
4. There was a blue liquid?
a.) Did preserving agents like formaldehyde come in different flavors and colors at the time?
b.) What preserving agents were available at the time as well as being tried true that could be reliably counted on as a suspension and preservation
c.) Any colored preserving agent would likely contain a risk factor for staining any material held in preservative suspension. It doesn't stand as
credible that an alien body would be handled so haphazardly as to risk having it stained blue.
5. Shipment of biological materials, possibly a biohazardous risk in a crate along side other crates with other materials non-biological as if all of
it requires equal rough handling, and peek a boo opportunities from every curious serviceman on the planet.
These are just a few problems found on page 2.
I've yet to read the rest, but with this many problems on just page two, I'm of the opinion this story is just another story.
edit on 9-7-2013 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)