Bulletin: Attorney Frank Fields Confronts Congress About UFOs…

January 30, 2008 on 9:51 pm | In | No Comments

Honorable Member of Congress

As an elected official I want to draw your attention to a subject that can
no longer be ignored. Remarkable evidence is available proving that
extraterrestrial (ET) crafts have visited our planet.  I know this
information sounds unbelievable but please keep an open mind.

Solid testimony from over 460 corporate and military witnesses has been
accumulated by two disclosure initiatives.  These 460 disclosure witnesses
have openly stated they are willing to testify, under oath and before
Congress about their direct encounters with crash site investigations,
secret documents, photographic evidence, radar reports and recovered
crashed ET vehicles.

As an Attorney, I can attest that the jurisprudential evidence of this
quality does not get any better, especially when witnesses possess the
ranks of Brigadier Generals, Commander of ICBM Launch facilities, Senior
FAA Crash Site Investigators, astronauts, pilots and officers with above
top secret clearance. This testimony is only the tip of the iceberg.

Other governments have started releasing previously classified data on ETs
and UFOs.  France was the first, in March 2007 the French National Space
Agency placed 1600 previously classified UFO sighting reports into the
public domain for examination; beginning the process of full disclosure of
non-Earth origin craft. Similarly, the United Kingdom in May 2007 began a
disclosure initiative. Other countries have started to follow suit.  It is
time for the United States to do the same.

The United Nations General Assembly voted to invite U.N. Member States “to
take appropriate steps to coordinate on a national level scientific
research and investigation into extraterrestrial life, including
unidentified flying objects, and to inform the Secretary-General.”

The Honorable Paul Hellyer, a former Canadian Defense Minister and Deputy
Prime Minister, stated publicly in September 2005 at the University of
Toronto’s Convocation Hall before the press and over 500 people, “UFOs,
are as real as the airplanes that fly over your head.”

Colonel Phillip J. Corso, a highly decorated retired U.S. Army
Intelligence officer, who had direct contact with, and was in charge of
material from crashed extraterrestrial vehicles, has documented his
incredible account in a book.  Colonel Corso’s testimony is supported by a
retired American four star General as being, “true and even more…”

In my personal experience, I was a U.S. Army Major and held a top secret
clearance.  I worked as an Army Computer Scientist and am a graduate of
the U.S. Army Computer Science School. My awards include the Bronze Star
Medal for leadership in combat as well as many others.  As a result of my
positions other officers have confided in me and I have no doubt that ETs
have visited our planet.

Please conduct your own investigation into this matter and help end the
governmental and media secrecy. It is imperative that this issue be
seriously investigated by the media. This massive cover-up has been going
on far too long.  Please feel free to contact me and I would be happy to
provide you additional information and other contacts more versed than I.

Truly yours,

Franklin D. Fields, Jr. Esquire
Attorney at Law

Dennis Balthaser’s editorial on the authorities, excuses, and nonsense

January 28, 2008 on 4:37 pm | In | No Comments

I’m very fortunate to be able to chat with the world reknowned and busy-as-heck Dennis Balthaser.  Dennis has allowed me to post some of his awesome editorials on this site so I’ll add a section just for Dennis so you guys can read them here and then go visit his sites as well!


Is There No End to the Excuses We’re Given?


In a previous editorial I mentioned that I don’t normally research UFO topics such as sightings, abductions, crop circles or cattle mutilations, while concentrating on Roswell, Area 51, Underground Bases and the Pyramids of Giza.  I do however have an interest when a high profile case comes along, trying to stay abreast of how it develops, is reported, and normally swept under the rug in a short time period.

In the last 10 years, 3 cases of sightings have surfaced which have generated an interest for me, and the official response to each case by the military and/or government agencies have followed a similar pattern, as well as the major media outlets handling of the information.

Recent television “news” shows such as Larry King Live on CNN is a good example. Devoting too much airtime to skeptics and debunkers like Michael Shermer and James Magaha, does absolutely nothing to educate the public on the information available, from credible witnesses.  Both of these gentlemen have an obvious agenda that appears to feed directly into the television show host’s biased reporting of these events. Just once, I would like to hear Shermer or Magaha admit that we possibly don’t know what these witnesses are seeing, and allow a serious investigation to transpire. In my own research I welcome opposing views that have factual information presented, believing that I can become a better researcher by such views. Shermer and Magaha cannot accept the fact that many of these witnesses that come forward are simply asking for someone in authority to explain to them what they saw. In my opinion neither of these two gentlemen fall in to the “someone in authority”category. Those that are in authority of course seem to have had a lot of experience in not being truthful with the witnesses and the public when making an official statement, going as far back as the Roswell Incident 60 years ago.

Retired military personnel, serious researchers like Stanton Friedman, and others are invited on the shows, but often times are cut off or interrupted by the host or skeptics not giving a fair balance to the viewing public that is desiring information, consequently coming away with distorted information

Another serious mistake hosts like Larry King make are comments such as, “do you believe in UFOs?” UFOs EXIST, and have for many years, and have been admitted to by the military as far back as the 1940’s and 50’s, so it’s not a matter of “if” they exist, but rather in my opinion, what these UFOs are, which have not satisfactorily been explained in the three cases I will mention later.

Many television documentaries on the subject of UFOs follow the same biased approach. A good example of one such show was the National Geographic special, in which researchers Stanton Friedman, Don Schmitt , myself and others devoted our years of research freely to filming of the show, only to have the debunkers override the show to an extremely biased conclusion.

Many shows on television (documentaries and news shows), as well as newspaper articles that do report UFO incidents, insist on bringing what I refer to as the “woo-woo” aspect into what could, and should be reported as a story that could well be the story of the millennium. Why then do the people in tinfoil hats, sci-fi film clips have to be included? If that is their way of being balanced they obviously don’t understand the subject of Ufology to begin with, and is it any wonder that the subject is not taken more seriously than it is, due to the reporting it receives?

If we are ever to have objective coverage of this subject, changes must be made not only how television documentaries are presented, but news media outlets should also be presented differently than what has become the norm. Many radio show hosts are trying to do this in live interviews they conduct with serious researchers and witnesses, and I compliment them for doing so.

As for the military and government agencies that do publicly get involved in trying to explain a certain case, their historical record is also extremely questionable, and seems to get worse with each case. Remember we have had four excuses for what happened in Roswell in 1947 in the past 60 years, and many of us believe we have still not been told the truth. The excuses given in most cases are not satisfactory, and it is disheartening to me that witnesses must be made to look like they are not qualified to comment on what they saw, when the truth in most cases is the simple fact that the witnesses don’t know what they saw, and the excuses given do not correlate with what they saw. Is it any wonder that most sightings go unreported because of the ridicule, embarrassment or threats the witnesses will have to deal with, if they report it?

Having been in the military myself, and a proud life-long American supporter of our troops, I believe those military personnel in the United States that are supposedly in a position of authority, and in fact speaking for the military, are deceiving the public and in some case outright lying to us, and it must stop.

The three cases that I mentioned earlier that I have been interested in following the developments of are the Phoenix lights, the O’Hare airport case, and recently the Stephenville, Texas case. In all three cases credible witnesses have come forward asking someone to explain to them what they saw and experienced.

Of the three cases, the Phoenix lights probably had the most witnesses, with many taking photographs and video film of the event. The excuse given by those in authority and still used by skeptics and debunkers, was that the Phoenix lights were flares being dropped by the Maryland Air National Guard. Since the government is experienced in spending our tax money without accountability, why not notify the public in Phoenix that the Guard will again drop flares over the same location, same time of night and altitude, so they can again be filmed and compared with the original event.

The O’Hare airport case also had credible witnesses, (pilots and ground personnel) that witnessed a craft over the second busiest airport in the country and our government and military didn’t seem concerned with National Security, waving it off as a weather phenomenon. United Airlines even tried preventing the witnesses from commenting.

And now we have the Stephenville, Texas case, again with what appear to be several credible witnesses, and the military original stated no aircraft were in the area of the sightings. “TWO WEEKS LATER”, in the interest of public awareness, the military admits it was in error, and had “TEN” F-16 Fighters in the air near Stephenville on the night of the sightings. How the hell does the military loose or not be able to account for 10 F-16’s, (that are not quiet), being in the area of the sightings 2 weeks later. MUFON investigators and others are still investigating the Stephenville case, and I’ll await their findings, but I feel the military explanation after a 2-week delay was again unacceptable. 

In all my years of doing research, I thought the Air Force had shot themselves in the foot several times, particularly with the 1997 “crash test dummies” excuse for Roswell, but I really believe they have outdone themselves with the Stephenville Texas sighting, by not accounting for ten F-16s for two weeks. How much longer will the American public have to put up with the excuses we are being given, when all we want to know is what is actually being seen by credible people who help to pay the salaries of these individuals in authority, that continue to give us lame excuses. It’s time for accountability.

Dennis G. Balthaser

Email: truthskr@roswell.net

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U.S. Spy Satellite Out Of Control…Will Crash Into Earth

January 26, 2008 on 9:05 pm | In | No Comments


This isn’t some Chicken Little story. This is about a defunct U.S. spy satellite that suddenly for some unknown reason has lost propulsion and is due to crash into Earth sometime in late February or early March and the scientists don’t know where this platform will crash.

On top of that the satellite has toxic materials or hazardous materials which may contaminate the locale where the object lands.

Really sucks doesn’t it?

Officials Say U.S. F-16s In Area Of Stephenville, Texas UFO Incident

January 23, 2008 on 11:49 pm | In | No Comments


 This is another case of sorry administering of the public’s right to know. 

During the Stephenville, Texas UFO incident of a week ago, residents said they saw military jets chasing after a huge UFO.  The officials denied it multiple times including before the press and other officials.  Investigators poured into Stephenville and got the same story of fighter jets appearing that night from multiple witnesses.  Now, all of a sudden the officials admit or claim that there were military jets in the area conducting a military training exercise.

If that’s the case, why lie about it in the first place? Again the public has been issued a disservices from those whom taxpayer dollars support.

This type of evasiveness from the government is what leads to mistrust and wild conspiracy theories.  Government often forgets who is serving whom.

Do we believe the entire UFO incident is explained by these jets?  No.  Why?  Because if the residents stated they saw jets and were told no, by the authorities and that they’d instead seen a ‘superior mirage’, then now we get an admittance that they did in fact see some F-16s, then that also means they saw the other UFO craft as well.

Ed Kihm Sings “It Ain’t Me Babe” For The Coast To Coast AM Family!

January 23, 2008 on 6:56 pm | In | No Comments

Ed Kihm is a master at his art form.  His guitar renditions are legend on YouTube where you can see and listen to him play favorite pop tunes and classics on a twelve string guitar!  Here he plays “It Ain’t Me Babe” for the Coast To Coast AM family.  I had asked the producer of the program Tom Danheiser to look at Ed’s performances and what song would he, Tom, and George like Ed to play.  Ed whipped this up overnight.  We folks in the paranormal area need a break sometimes and fine art is a great way to unwind.

New Mars Photos Stir Controversy

January 23, 2008 on 7:02 am | In | No Comments

Latest photos from Mars by the tiny rover Spirit show that there just might be life on the red planet.

photo from Mars

Florida UFO Sightings

January 22, 2008 on 7:20 pm | In | No Comments


Another UFO story in the news is in regard to Northwest Florida.

 It’s a short blurb regarding the legendary Gulf Breeze sightings.

CNN’s Larry King Needs A New Format

January 22, 2008 on 2:22 pm | In | No Comments


Reporter and columnist Billy Cox writes in his column about the Larry King show’s recent debate regarding the Stephenville, Texas UFO incident.

I had to giggle because I wrote some funny mock ups of what a Larry King UFO interview would be like. 

 Cox’s column touches on some excellent points that clearly show that the government is stonewalling, debunking, and not serving the public in regard to UFOs.

Turkey UFO Video Of Alien

January 20, 2008 on 5:23 am | In | No Comments

Here’s an interesting video.  Supposedly of a UFO and alien. As standard it’s best to keep a skeptical eye.

More UFO Reports, Dublin, Texas Too

January 19, 2008 on 6:55 am | In | No Comments


The news on UFOs just keeps pouring in.  Videos and pictures are piling in too.

This story is covered in depth by the fantastic skill of  Emmy Award winning journalist Linda Moulton-Howe. 

You owe it to yourself to visit her website www.earthfiles.com and get the real deal on this story as well as other topical news.

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