In a night of Open Lines, we heard from a caller who said he shot at an 8-9 ft. tall Bigfoot creature with a paintball gun, a former merchant seaman who saw a silent craft moving 5,000 to 7,000 mph over the waters near the Philippines and a man who worked near "Hanger 18" at Wright Patterson AFB, and said that it functioned as a "cryogenics lab."
There was also a "Synchronicity Hotline," in which George invited people to share their tales of unusual coincidences or occurrences. One woman recounted how her friend narrowly missed being hit by pieces falling from a building in California because she was conferring with her parents. But it turned out her parents were actually in New York at the time.
First hour guest, investigator Linda Moulton Howe presented a live report from Italy where she is attending a UFO and Astronomy Symposium in San Marino. She brought Paul Blase onto the program, a representative for Trans Orbital, a commercial enterprise which is planning a trip to the moon in nine months. Blase said their orbiter plans to make extensive videotapes of the moon's surface, as well as drop off hardened time capsules.
Linda also discussed a presentation she was giving at the Symposium that compiled information from alleged top secret MJ-12 documents with titles such as the "Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit Summary Intelligence Assessment." This document referred to three UFO crash landing zones from July 1947, she said, and at one of them there were alien bodies that looked as though they had been "dissected like a frog." Animal parts were reportedly found inside a craft at a second location, she added.
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