George Noory and Linda Moulton Howe hosted a special broadcast live from a glass enclosed studio at the Sunset Station Hotel in Las Vegas, interviewing presenters at the UFO Crash Retrieval Conference.
Stan Gordon, the primary investigator of the 1965 Kecksburg UFO crash retrieval case, kicked off the evening with details from witnesses. One person told him, they had been at Wright Patterson where the acorn-shaped craft was taken, and saw next to it, a covered body on a workbench. The witness told him its left arm was sticking out; it had "three fingers" and was "somewhat lizard like."
Budd Hopkins, the renowned alien abduction investigator, discussed videotaped testimony of a 1963 UFO crash near Albuquerque that he had recorded. A hospital technician told him she saw three little bodies at a crash site that she initially thought were children. X-rays that were taken, she said, showed a different skeletal structure (fewer ribs than humans) and the beings appeared to have no teeth.
Next came UK journalist Nick Redfern who talked about evidence of a 1964 UFO crash in England, while investigator Ryan Wood shared evidence from the US. In one pre-Roswell case, which allegedly took place in Cape Giraudo in 1941, a Rev. Huffman was "asked to provide blessings to dead creatures from another galaxy," Wood recounted.
Fortean zoologist Jonathan Downes spoke about his expedition to Puerto Rico where UFO crashes had been rumored. He said he examined a dead chicken with small puncture marks that may have been attacked by a Chupacabra. Curiously, its liver was removed but there were no exit or entry wounds and "not a drop of blood," he said.
Physicist Stanton Friedman offered commentary on his research into the Majestic documents and the Roswell case.UFO researcher Grant Cameron, closed the program, with a report on his study of President Johnson's activity logs at the time of the 1965 Kecksburg crash, which appeared to show a connection to the incident.
For more, check out photos taken at the Conference.
Bumper music from Friday November 14, 2003