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Originally posted by aleon1018
Just out of theory:
I think we can also suspect that for some reason our military might have tried to jump start some of these retreived UFO craft. Possibly to assist the occupants off the planet.They may have attached or supported one with wings and air plane engines to get it off the ground. This may also be what happened with that alleged project Mogel by using balloons to get these off the ground. Maybe the Hughes assisted system worked. Most people believe our military would kill these aliens for their ships and technology. But, that doesn't mean it's true.
Originally posted by alienstar
reply to post by alienconquest
Howard Hughes died of complications from Syphilis,so who knows what that brain of his was thinking during these times.He carried that disease for like 30 years.It attacks the brain in the late stages.He was a billionaire aviator with a exceptional mind at the time.Do i believe that he was linked to ufo's or aliens?No.
[edit on 13-6-2008 by alienstar]
Hughes may have contracted syphilis as a young man, and some biographers believe that much of the strange behavior at the end of his life, for example his well-documented aversion to handshaking, may be attributed to the tertiary stage of that disease. However, Dr. Forest Tennant disputes the idea that Hughes suffered from syphilis later in life. The condition is thought to have first manifested itself in the form of tiny blisters that erupted on his hands. After receiving medical treatment for his symptoms, Hughes is said to have been warned by his doctor not to shake hands for some time and avoided doing so for the rest of his life.
By the late 1950s (if not earlier), Hughes had developed the debilitating symptoms of ADHD, Agoraphobia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), which made itself manifest in various ways. His mother may have suffered from OCD, and coddled and spoiled her only child. It was Hughes' mother who first provided her young son with a means of escaping social situations and pressures by using the excuse of illness. As a young boy, when Howard wanted to attend summer camp (during a time when the public feared the spread of polio), his parents wanted assurances that their son was protected. When this assurance was not forthcoming, his mother decided it was better to keep him home. Subsequently after attending camp one summer, Hughes avoided another year at camp by complaining about headaches and bad dreams when he returned home. Later, on the verge of adolescence, young Howard became ill and was kept out of school for most of the year. He developed a form of paralysis that was never diagnosed and which disappeared after several months
A subsequent autopsy noted kidney failure as the cause of death. Hughes was in extremely poor physical condition at the time of his death; X-rays revealed broken-off hypodermic needles still embedded in his arms and severe malnutrition. While his kidneys were damaged, his other internal organs were deemed perfectly healthy.