As humans, we want to understand what we're dealing with, so we take it apart. The formula is supplied by tanks and a mask. Things like night vision, e all rumored to come from aliens and their technology. This is reminiscent of Ebola. But more than that, it suggests that the government may have started using research on alien bodies to create biological weapons. If they had to ask a question, en ty hato have me, or whoever the interfacer was there, to talk to them.
According to Stone, a childhood encounter in 1957 was his first introduction to the military. Was compiledis information - into a special handbook. Clifford Stone is called in to interface with an alien in custody. The files of Hangar 1 have uncovered startling stories that detailed the military's involvement with extraterrestrials. And our visitor looked down at me, and I looked up at him. And he learns that there has been an incident there. Coming up, Clifford Stone's first-hand account of interfacing with aliens.
We were ncerd about that technology falling into the wrong hands. The military's attempts to turn aliens into deadly weapons, when we return. It had malfunctioned and landed somewhere in the Whitewater, Indiana, area in 1969. I would suspect that there is that kind of concern among the visitors that's basically, Earth is a very dangerous place to visit, and that Earthlings are very dangerous species. This man Martin called Stringfield about the conversation that hd wi his friend, an Air Forceolonel. This document mentions of discovery of new virus and bacterial agents so lethal that serums derived by genetic research had launched medical science into unheard fields of biolog. And experimenting on alien bodies may have yielded one such discovery.
I mean, it makes you wonder how many aliens the government has actually recovered. But it's not all doom and gloom. We had what was called Kelso's Drugstore there on the corner of 11th Street where we lived. They had pictures, so they at least had some contact with each and every one of those species that was here. According to Beanie, it's actually the senior officer on the scene that finally voices what they were all starting to wonder.
We want to help you. Detlev Bronk has been asked to assist in the autopsy of one well-preserved cadaver to be done by Charles Ethan Rea. What has the government learned from these bodies both living and dead? Beanie thinks she's responding to a plane crash. But what happens to these bodies once they arrive? We wanna get as much information as we could from them. At the scene, Beanie sees the wreckage strewn about the field. One famous incident in the Hudson Valley in New York lasted several months.
In addition, every nuclear missile base in the U. They take all the police reports and the crash scene photos. They were doctors, and they couldn't talk to them. There were certain anatomical differences that made it very clear that they were not human. There are some people who even speculate thathe gernment has a deal with the visitors, that they can abduct some of our people in exchange for giving us technology. Why did they know that he has these abilities? We were trying to acquire that technology and make it a part of our technology as quickly and as rapidly as we could.
Instead of taking them to the morgue, she decides they need to get these bodies back to the hospital for more tests. For decades, Nurse Bean tells no one about her experience. Thathe p tgrgeant Stone claims became almost routine. The colonel tells Martin that there are two live aliens at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. What is the common thread that makes these locations a magnet for potential activity? He actually worked for the military as an interfacer, which means it was his job to telepathically communicate with aliens. Sometimes the role of interfacer could take a serious toll on those involved, - including Sergeant Stone. There were five aliens that were recovered from the site.
And have they ever come across live aliens? Stone says he manages to cut a hole in the fence, large enough for the alien to slip through. The glass appears to be about an inch thick, and each case is illuminated. You have to ask, who is communicating with these aliens and what have we learned? Or sometimes, like in Norma Gardner's case, when they had nothing left to lose. Shedding light on the subject is incredible testimony from retired Army Sergeant, Clifford Stone. While secrets during the Cold War are understandle why does the government insist on hiding what it knows about extraterrestrials to this day? She photographs and tags each one. In 1963, Beanie witnesses first-hand what is almost certainly an alien crash site.