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A Look Back at the Controversial Project Blue Book

In 1969, the U.S. Air Force closed down their “Project Blue Book” investigation of “Unidentified Flying Objects” by claiming their evaluations of more than 12,000 sightings had not yielded a single instance where a UFO had ever posed a threat to national security, nor demonstrated technology “beyond the range of present day scientific knowledge”, nor been categorized as extraterrestrial. Headquartered … Continue reading

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Wikileaks Reveals – Fastwalkers & the UFO Base off Florida

By staff writer Patrick C. BENDEDREALITY.COM – October 2016 The latest batch of emails from John Podesta’s Wikileaks reveals discussions on “Fastwalkers” and a Hazard Support System to aid in identification, a UFO base off the coast of Florida, mentions of Hillary Clinton’s recent disclosure statements, a job recommendation for John Podesta’s “UFO Project”, and amnesty recommendation for government officials … Continue reading

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EBE-3 Interview ? Alien Interviewed In 1964?

Extraordinary Project Blue Book file film of Alien interviewed in 1964. Project Blue Book subject was named ‘EBE-3’ and was held captive for 5 days. Subject disappeared from Government records on date of this event. Make of it what you will. Some will think it’s real others will say it’s not. None the less it’s very interesting indeed. The message … Continue reading

DID YOU KNOW…

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