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When I read the report of the conversation you had with that gentleman, there was something that caught my attention:
- He said they have 6 "grey" bodies stored 6 levels underground in a cryogenic chamber in Ohio. He said they are stored in case they return for them one day as we don't know their funeral procedures ect...
(emphasis by me)
I have to say, having just returned from work, I'm a bit tired, and english being not my first language, it's a bit difficult to give you an impression what's just on my mind, but... maybe you're able to follow me anyhow, and maybe, after you've read this post of mine, you'll get an idea, why instantly I got VERY excited when I read those words I quoted above.
Have you ever heard about Col. Marion M. Magruder?
[...] [full text about Col. Magruder see above]
But that's not all. I remember having watched a strange video about a guy who claimed to be an ex-security-officer of (I think it was) Wright-Patterson AFB. He talked about bodies of alien beings conserved in special tanks. He said he feared for his life, and he made an authentic impression. I never knew what to think about that video, but in the light of the account of that gentleman, I think I should try to find it and have a second look on it.
And somehow I think we should listen, what Mysteriousness has else to report...
Originally posted by Springer
LET'S STOP THE QUESTIONS FOR
It's after 11:00PM East Coast time and Tom will be back tomorrow (U.S. Time), let's give him a fair shot at answering the remaining questions first. (If you're paying attention you'll notice he's taking them in chronological order).
Originally posted by TomCarey
reply to post by FireMoon
I was unaware of the early 1947 UFO sighting in Great Britain that was explained as a "weather balloon." No doubt it was launced from Roswell. You say the report was sent to the U.S. in June of that year. Very interesting. Hmmm. Maybe that where Gen. Ramey .... Nah.
Tom Carey’s answer: There was no nurse by that name at Roswell. Futhermore, I talked to the author of that book when it first came out some years ago and got him to admit that it was a work of fiction.