Melinda Leslie and Joe Montaldo discussed alien abductions and subsequent military encounters. Many alien abductees say they've been interrogated, followed, and even abducted by covert or military operatives after their ET encounters. These military abductions (MILABS) have been reported for the last 15 years, said Montaldo, and are perpetrated by a compartmentalized part of the military-- black budget or special ops, Leslie noted.
Leslie recounted the case of abductee Leah Haley, left in a field after an alien abduction. An unmarked black helicopter landed and she was escorted at gunpoint, and flown to a military base for interrogation. Leslie, an abductee herself, said she'd been taken to a military base in advanced craft such as a large black triangle.
The MILABS can involve drugging, hypnosis and mind control, and abductees often say the experience is worse than the alien abduction itself, Montaldo commented. The military seeks various types of information during their interrogations, Leslie outlined: They want to know the motives or agenda of the ETs, and understand their medical experiments, as well as the technology of their crafts. Further, they're interested in the ETs' psi abilities such as psychokinesis and telepathy, and conduct psi tests on the abductees. Leslie said she'd received independent confirmation from several sources that she'd been taken to "China Lake Annex," a military installation in the Mojave Desert.
First hour guest, physicist Dr. Walter L. Wagner spoke about dangers from upcoming experiments at CERN, such as creating destructive theoretical anomalies like miniature black holes. He is involved in a lawsuit to require CERN to undergo extensive safety testing.