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UFOs and Presidents

Date: 12-26-07
Host: George Noory
Guests: Grant Cameron, Stephen S. Mehler

UFO Researcher and author Grant Cameron presented stories and documentation of U.S. Presidents and their involvement with UFO phenomena. He also discussed various presidential candidates and their UFO related experiences. Many of the current candidates, when asked about UFOs are issuing a standard response, he noted. For instance, after Dennis Kucinich was asked about his UFO sighting, he said that yes, UFOs are real, but he doesn't believe they are related to ETs traveling here.

Bill and Hillary Clinton were especially fascinated by UFOs, said Cameron, who has been studying documents recently released from the Clinton Library. In a speech Bill Clinton made in Hong Kong in 2005, he said that if secret documents about UFOs at Roswell and Area 51 do exist, they'd been concealed from him. Cameron speculated that secrets could be kept compartmentalized in black budget programs. Secrecy is maintained because there is fear if the truth got out there'd be a "market meltdown," he said, adding that Kissinger reportedly called UFOs "the biggest hot potato of all time."

The tale that Nixon showed Jackie Gleason alien bodies in the back of a hanger at Homestead AFB was confirmed by Gleason's wife, Cameron reported. He also shared that Einstein purportedly sent a letter to Truman, asking him to rescind his UFO shootdown policy in 1952.

Copyrighting Egypt

First hour guest, researcher Stephen Mehler reacted to Egypt's plan to 'copyright' the pyramids & antiquities and charge royalties for the use of replicas. Such a law would be unenforceable outside Egypt, and seems like a "grandstanding" move by Antiquities Chairman Zahi Hawass, Mehler said.

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