Alien Implants & Flatwoods Monster

Alien Implants & Flatwoods Monster

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HostWhitley Strieber

GuestsOpen Lines, Dr. Roger Leir, Frank Feschino

In the first hour, guest host Whitley Strieber (email) welcomed Dr. Roger Leir, who discussed his most recent implant removal surgery of what he called a "manufactured device that is not from this world." Whitley noted that he was also in attendance during the procedure. Leir's patient 'John' is a scientist who works in a very sensitive area of communications research, Whitley added.

According to Leir, the implant embedded in John's foot gave off the same radio frequency that is used for mobile deep-space communications. Leir also said the strange object contained carbon nanotubes and appeared to reassemble itself in a container after it had been removed. The details get even stranger though. Leir examined John's home and discovered an abundance of magnetic anomalies" -even in things (such as plastic and wood) that should not give off any magnetic fields. More interesting still is what a UV light revealed in the master bedroom: "two small, childlike, four-fingered hand prints glowing on the wall," Leir said.

During the second hour, ufologist Frank Feschino spoke about the Flatwoods Monster incident of September 12, 1952. According to Feschino, the 'Monster' was one of a group of four unidentified flying objects that may have been fired upon and damaged by US Air Force attack. The object that came down that night in Braxton County, West Virginia, could have been some kind of escape capsule, Feschino speculated. Recently, a document by the British Ministry of Defense has come to light that proves the US Air Force has ordered (and may still be ordering) the shoot down of UFOs.

The remainder of the program featured Open Lines, with Whitley's wife Anne also joining in to take calls.

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