Okay gang I’m still here.
I’ve been doing some interviews and lots of research regarding UFOs in general and of course the Hudson Valley UFOs.
Thanks to the various social media venues I’ve been able to catch up to witnesses to a number of UFO events. In addition
new facts have come to play and many insights into the procedures behind the skeptics and debunkers have been using for over fifty years. As I’d mentioned before, in the beginning of the UFO or then called the Flying Saucer phenomenon, the U.S. government was very open and they and their top scientists openly discussed the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis. This was carried on well into the early to mid 1950’s when something terribly went wrong.
We know for a fact that the higher ups in the Air Force suddenly turned tail and set up procedures and protocols to debunk UFOs and ridicule and attack citizens and military in regard to the issue. One damning piece of evidence came from none other than the first Director of the CIA, Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter whose job it was to investigate UFOs. That’s right, one of the greatest heroes of WWII was the boss in charge of finding out about UFOs along with other such notable historic figures. However, by the end of the 1950’s, Admiral Hillenkoetter had a falling out with the U.S. Government and he sent an official message to Congress itself exposing the entire UFO conspiracy. This message was then leaked to the New York Times who published it but buried it inside their newspaper.
That’s the official real deal. Admiral Hillenkoetter then helped found NICAP the infamous UFO groups consisting of many top scietists, scholars, and other researchers. This all happened just a few years before one of the most astounding events in human history, the abduction story of Barney and Betty Hill which was published in the best selling book “Interrupted Journey” and later made into a movie.
So I go back to the 1950s because when things get out of hand in UFOlogy it’s always best to go back to the basics to make sure we keep our heads on straight.