Author Harry Helms spoke about top secret government installations and the types of clandestine work that go on there. While he didn't uncover direct evidence of UFO activity at Nevada's Area 51, he did find indications that a secret military spaceflight program has been developed at this location. The program may involve a "mothership," the size of a 747 that can hold and release a smaller plane. Testing on unmanned aerial craft and next generation Stealth aircraft is also conducted there, he reported.
Wright-Patterson AFB has long been associated with recovered alien craft; its Hangar 18 has been said to house the wreckage of UFO crashes, while the "Blue Room" may hold alien bodies, he detailed. The Plum Island facility near New York City is of concern because infectious agents are tested there, and under some circumstances they might spread beyond their barriers, Helms suggested.
Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah carries out germ warfare experiments, and the anthrax that was used in the mailings to Congress in 2001, was likely intercepted from this facility, he said. Helms also touched on the development of "killer microsatellites" that can knock out orbiting satellites and disrupt communications. The US Space Command based in Colorado Springs coordinates offensive and defensive weapons that could operate in outer space, he added. During the last hour, a special "whistleblower" hotline featured several employees of government facilities sharing their accounts.
During the first half-hour, Dr. Ann Blake Tracy discussed the role that SSRI's (pharmaceutical antidepressants) may have played in the Virginia Tech shooting. 7-10% of people on these drugs can't metabolize them, she said, and one of the medications, Effexor, lists "homicidal ideation" as one of its side effects.
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