posted on Oct, 1 2004 @ 09:07 AM
The guy probably figures you're a spook inserted into your job with an objective to make sure he doesn't talk. He may have talked previously to
someone else and might be paranoid, jumping to the conclusion that he might be being watched.
His reaction makes it obvious that he knows for certain what you think you know, and he probably also knows that people have been bagged for knowing
it and talking.
I just got Disclosure by Dr. Steven Greer, that has all the depositions by former military and civilians with knowledge on the topic of UFO's and
ET's. I'm wondering why the over four-hundred of them aren't particularly worried of being subverted.
I think the information on the subject (whatever it is), is already slated to be released at some point, unbeknownst to us. Like the JFK stuff that
the government has already promised to disclose in full, I think in 2025, after everyone involved is dead.
That guy you talked to might have seen some things that spooked him so badly that anytime someone brings it up, it brings back the memories of
whatever it was that he saw. The poor guy probably had nightmares for a week. I hope you're pleased with yourself now.