posted on Aug, 31 2013 @ 02:01 AM
reply to post by Florasaurus
He claims to have Los Alamos laboratory - no record of him there
He was a contract employee at LANL. He was in their phone directory. The vast majority of the Lazar story is crap, but he did work there, probably as
a photo tech since that was his occupation in Vegas. He wasn't a direct hire at LANL, but worked for an employment agency. In Vegas, he had his own
photo lab. Gene Huff was a realtor, and they needed photographs back in the day. Hence that is how they met.
George Knapp turned up the phone directory at LANL and found him in it. Look, if you want to create some BS story, it helps to have a wee bit of
credibility, and all Lazar has is a wee bit! I'm really surprised he didn't say he was educated in Europe. That would have made it significantly
harder to verify his degrees, or lack thereof. There is also an article in the LANL "paper" of Lazar and his jet powered Honda.
Mind you, everything else he says is crap. Well not everything. If you watch the video I put in this thread, he talks about the illumination flares
they use over the range, which are often the source of the UFO sightings. He describes the flare being stationary for minutes at a time. Also true.
The flare is suspended by a parachute. The heat from the flare produces hot air, which in turn keeps the parachute floating. He says he viewed this
through a telescope. I have done the exact same thing, except I watched from Tikaboo rather than from the ground. You can see the parachute as well as
the flare. The illumination flares are used on the west side of the range, quite some distance from the "base watchers" by the ET Highway. So they
flicker a bit in the desert air, making them even more UFO-looking. The A-10s use the flares in their training.