Former White House/Air Force One engineer for ABC News, Wilbur Allen, has been a contactee since childhood, when he was implanted. Since then, he has forensically documented sightings and anomalies. He discussed his recent trips to investigate Area 51 and Sedona, his telepathic encounters with UFOs, and analysis of various sightings. In the Sedona desert, while documenting the sky late at night, he said he saw an object come out of "warp," and dogs and coyotes immediately started howling. Then "something drew blood from my finger and left a very unusual puncture wound," he detailed.
In video footage shot in Rachel, Nevada, he made the statement 'show it to me,' and 15 seconds later an aerial object appeared, which he believes demonstrates telepathy between humans & ET. Additionally, while shooting at the perimeter of Area 51, he heard a disembodied voice commanding him to pack his stuff and get out. At Area 51, the military is working with assimilated alien technology, and have operational craft, possibly built with the assistance of ETs, Allen surmised. He has further concluded that the aliens have the ability to bend space and time in their travels, as well as cloak their ships.
Yet in recent years, camera sensitivity has increased 10 fold, allowing some cloaked ships to be caught on camera, particularly in high speed shutter images shot at 1/8000th of a second, Allen commented. He also stated that UFOs seen on the India/China border which were reported as yellowish spheres, as well as a recent sighting in Denver, match some of the images that he took in Washington DC. He conjectured that repeated sightings in various locations may have to do with specific portals.
Increased Stress Levels
First hour guest, Dr. Peter Breggin talked about the high levels of psychological stress people have been facing, as a result of Hurricane Sandy, and other issues. "I think people, more and more, feel like they're not in control of what they're doing, that they're not in control of their children...that they can't choose where they want to work," he cited as explanations for increased stress. He also noted that the problem seems to be exacerbated in urban settings, as opposed to small towns. Dr. Breggin suggested that people look for things they can control, and not allow themselves to get paralyzed by feeling overwhelmed.
News segment guest: Christian Wilde