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EBE Autopsy

Date: 07-27-06
Host: George Noory
Guests: Linda Moulton Howe, John M. Curtis

Reporter and editor for Earthfiles, Linda Moulton Howe shared a detailed interview concerning a USAF flight surgeon that was allegedly present during an autopsy on extraterrestrial biological entities (EBEs) at Wright-Patterson in the late 1940s. The information came to her from an Ohio businessman named Ronald SeCoy, who said he worked for the surgeon. Secoy told her that in 1975, the surgeon revealed the shocking details of the autopsy, during an emotional conversation the two of them had.

SeCoy recounted the details: There were two dead alien beings on a table, one looked "normal," while the other was horribly burned and its facial expression was frozen in anguish. The creatures were around 4-ft. tall and had a doll-like appearance; their skin seemed almost like a kind of fabric. Their eyes appeared to be more like "optical instruments," their mouths were small and their fingers were long and thin. They had no sex organs.

Linda also discussed the 1954 SOM1-01 Training Manual, a leaked Majestic 12 document, which she said has not been proven to be a fake.In the document, two types of EBEs are described, with one of them fitting the description of what the surgeon saw. She also noted the similarity of the surgeon's eye description to the dark lenses attached to the ET's eyes, which Col. Philip Corso wrote about.

Middle East Update

First half-hour guest, columnist John M. Curtis offered analysis on the Middle East. He believes that the U.S. govt. is not discouraging Israel's attacks on Lebanon because they view the incursions as possibly the best chance to degrade Hezbollah. However, he noted that Hezbollah is deeply embedded into the civilian population and may be difficult for the Israelis to dislodge.

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