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Date: Sunday - May 27, 2007
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Robert Collins

Appearing for ninety minutes, retired Air Force Capt. and UFO investigator, Robert Collins, discussed his research into government and military UFO cover-ups. According to one of his sources, retired AF Lt. Col Ernie Kellerstrass, in 1959 an F106 was sent up to intercept a UFO in Japan, and ended up being pulled into the UFO's tractor beam.Kellerstrass also told him that in 1964, chemical and radiation testing was done at the Sandia Base on alien body parts.

Collins said he'd seen official drawings of tunnels, vaults and underground infrastructure at Wright-Patterson AFB. These secret facilities, which can be detected by radar, were alleged to house alien craft and bodies-- but such materials were moved primarily to Los Alamos National Laboratory and Area 51 around 1982-83, he stated.

He also spoke about "H5," an unstable element used in alien propulsion that can purportedly extract energy out of a vacuum. Scientists were not successful in trying to stabilize it at tests conducted at Los Alamos, he added.

The last hour and a half of the show featured Open Lines.

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