Italo-American investigative journalist Paola Harris returned to the show to share updates on cases she has been working on and to discuss the state of ufology. She said she had recently traveled to Switzerland and met with legendary contactee Billy Meier. "This case has to be reopened," she commented, citing the voluminous amounts of photographic evidence that Meier has produced, including pictures he allegedly took from an alien craft. She noted that the locals she talked to in Meier's small village also reported seeing UFOs in the area.
Travis Walton recently came to Italy she said, and was given a respectful prime time interview on a news show. He told her that in the spot that he was abducted in Snowflake, AZ, trees are reportedly growing 30% bigger.
The case of Col. Philip Corso remains the most significant one for Harris. Corso believed the Roswell aliens were time travelers, and their crashed disc was a kind of "gift" for us to back engineer, she said. Corso, while staying in Italy, shared details with Harris, such as how the artificial covering of the aliens' eyes allowed them to see in the dark, and night seeing devices were subsequently developed from this technology. Interestingly, she noted that a second Corso book, titled "Dawning of a New Age," had been published in Italy, but as of yet, not in the U.S.
First hour guest Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission offered updates on several topics. He suggested that with the discovery of ammonia on Mars, that there would soon (as early as Friday the 23rd) be an announcement that the only explanation for this is that there is currently living biology on that planet. Evidence also indicates that we may be looking at long cycle seasons, and a return of the green areas that Lowell saw along with the canals, he said. Hoagland also commented on the Cassini spacecraft, sharing that a source had told him that "all is not well" with the mission and the craft is way off its course.
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