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Secret UFO War

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Date: Sunday - October 21, 2007
Host: George Knapp
Guests: Timothy Good, John Lear

Researcher Timothy Good joined George Knapp in a discussion on the historical evidence and documentation for UFOs. Good put forth the contention that the military has been involved in a secretive war with UFOs, and has been attempting to shoot them down for decades. He cited around-the-world plane wrecks, both military and civilian, that took place in 1947, and 1,700 unexplained accidents involving interceptor aircraft between 1952 and 1956. He believes the conflict continues to this day.

Good also spoke about the July 1952 Washington, DC UFO overflights. There were a number of sightings over that summer which included a large cigar-shaped craft, and a hovering object observed by around 500 witnesses that came down so low in the sky that it was said to obscure downtown buildings. He also reported that according to Major Donald Keyhoe, giant craft were observed orbiting Earth at around 79,000 ft. during this timeframe.

John Lear Update

Appearing during the first hour, John Lear reported on the Naval Undersea Warfare Ctr. in Hawthorne, Nevada. Though the site is more than 200 miles from the Pacific Ocean, he suggested that the Navy is accessing the ocean from there via an underground elevator, and submarines are able to travel there. He also spoke about a vast underground train and tunnel system used by the military.

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