Dan Burisch & J-Rod

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Linda Moulton Howe

During the first hour of Friday's show, investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe presented an update on Area 51 microbiologist Dan Burisch, who has allegedly done biomedical work on a being called J-Rod.

Linda played a recording of Dr. Burisch describing his first encounter with J-Rod: "It looked like a giant insect. Big, dark brown, and hunched in the corner; very insect-like in appearance. It almost looked like it had an exoskeleton. I felt afraid inside because I was always told that monsters weren't real."

According to her research, Dr. Burisch later learned something even more disturbing: the J-Rod entities were us! They were timetravelers from a future Earth sent back in time to harvest genetic material.

Open Lines

The final three hours of Friday's show featured Open Lines, with a special "2012 Hotline." Callers included a man named David, who had a vision of an asteroid striking the earth and causing a dramatic slow down in its rotation in the year 2012. Later, a caller reminded us of an episode of the X-Files television series in which the shadow government helps aliens conquer the planet on June 6, 2012.

Later, a man told us about a brief scene in The Fugitive that showed the head of an unknown figure -- described as a leprechaun by the caller. Apparently, he's not the only one seeing things in this movie.

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From earthfiles.com:

"Drawing of J-Rod (an EBE or extraterrestrial biological entity) by mechanical engineer, Bill Uhouse, based on J-Rod's appearance dressed in a human man's shirt in 1970s or early 1980s at a conference table with physicist Edward Teller and eighteen scientists, including Uhouse. The project that linked Uhouse to J-Rod was a 'flying saucer simulator' to teach certain U.S. Air Force pilots to fly back-engineered, and/or actual, extraterrestrial craft."

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