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Corso: Roswell Artifacts

First Half: Frank Sheeran confessed to investigative author Charles Brandt that he handled more than 25 hits for the Mob, and for his friend Jimmy Hoffa. Joining George Knapp, Brandt shared evidence about Sheeran's involvement with Hoffa, new information on other famous murders, and the announcement of a film adaptation of his book.

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Corso: Roswell Artifacts

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Date: Sunday - April 9, 2006
Host: Art Bell
Guests: John Alexander, Col. Philip Corso

In a rebroadcast from 7/23/97, Art Bell was joined by Col. Phillip Corso and Dr. John Alexander discussing alien artifacts gleaned from the Roswell incident. Corso said in 1961 he was given a file cabinet from his superior General Trudeau which contained material recovered from ET craft. He was instructed to use these items for "utilization and exploitation," farming the objects out to various companies such as Bell Labs to reverse engineer and further develop. Among the technologies he said arose from this were: night vision, fiber optics, food irradiation, integrated circuits, and lasers.

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