Earthfiles investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe, shared important news about the implications of John Burroughs's full VA medical coverage related to an injury caused by unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) in Rendlesham Forest in 1980, details about the 1947 Kodachrome color slides of purported non-human entities, and an intriguing case of alien abduction. She spoke with attorney Pat Frascogna, who has been representing retired USAF Tech Sgt. John Burroughs in his struggle to get his classified medical records from the US Veterans Administration. Burroughs has suffered from a variety of heart-related complications in recent years, and files from the UK's top secret 'Project Condign' were finally made available which directly linked exposure to UAP radiation in the December 1980 Rendlesham Forest "unexplained lights" phenomenon to bodily injury and mental manipulation.
After many years of trying, they were finally successful in getting Burroughs his VA coverage. "The injury that he received [at Rendlesham] was immediate to his heart — something that he did not have when he went into the Air Force just a year or so before, that eventually would require open heart surgery," said Frascogna, who added that the VA's action was a de facto confirmation of the UAP/UFO reality. Linda also interviewed Burroughs, who recently received the Researcher of the Year Award at the Open Minds International UFO Congress. More here.
Jaime Maussan of Mexico's Tercer Melenio TV told Linda he has scheduled a special event on May 5, 2015 to reveal the 1947 Kodachrome slides, which came from an accidental discovery in 1999 in a box of possessions of the late Hilda Blair Ray, who reportedly was friends with Pres. Eisenhower. Describing the images, Maussan said the head of the being is very large, with a small nose, and just little holes where the ears would be. More.
Linda also chatted with Wade Vernon, author of Force Fields: Alien Visitations to a Planet Living in the Dark, who described various abduction experiences going back to the 1960s, some of which seemingly involved the altering of his blood chemistry. During an early abduction, he recalled seeing a huge round space that contained various terrariums, including one that housed a bizarre mutation of something like an octopus with tentacles that wrapped around a human face. See the full report.
The Dangers of 'Molly'
First hour guest, pharmacist and nutritionist Benjamin Fuchs talked about dangers associated with the trendy party drug, Molly. The synthetic chemical the drug was originally based on, MDMA, also known as Ecstasy, was relatively benign and offered some therapeutic possibilities, but what gets sold as "Molly" can be laced with dangerous chemicals such as "bath salts," he reported. This is probably what accounted for recent cases where students were hospitalized. For more, read Fuchs' article posted at CriticalHealthNews.com.