UFO Sightings - Alien Autopsy in Ohio
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Out of the Vortex
Central Ohio and the entire center third of the state seem to comprise a vortex of sorts. Many unexplained and unusual events and people have congregated within the funnel, some staying, some passing through. Not all of the occurrences in this area of the state can be explained.
Route 40 cuts East to West through this sector, with the ghosts of old motels standing beside the empty accommodations as you drive past nearby on I-70. A trip down Rt. 40 will uncover a few motels still operating, and the proprietors will tell you a tale or two about odd happenings of yesteryear and today associated with the highway.
My favorite portion of this road stretches from Springfield to Engelwood, rolling through aviation history that includes the gremlins first descried by WWII crews and the aliens said to be housed since 1943 at what was once old Wright Field. The Wrights taught us to fly, to reach the moon, and to yearn for alien contact. Many people maintain that they succeeded in all three. At Wright Patterson Air Force Base, a portion of the tour is conducted away form the museum and reached only by special vehicle and only after one has registered for that tour and revealed a valid Identification Card. Records of daily visitors are kept long-term. It is somewhere near this regulated tour site that the extraterrestrials from the Roswell UFO crash site are believed to be housed. Black and white photos of the aliens are circulated among the Air Force crews in that area, but the only one I have seen is third or fourth generation copy of one photo. It was too fuzzy to be believable.
Some Ohio Space Corridor Points
Ohio Space Corridor
- Aerospace Jobs in Illinois, Michigan and Ohio
The NASA Commercial Crew of private aerospace corporation was under collection well before July 2011 and the last flight of the final US Space Shuttle. Future plans have opened up many more aerospace jobs in the American Midwest.
- Area 51 Conspiracy Theories and the Truth
The US government, USAF staff & Ufologists paint Area 51 in several layers of truth. I've spoken to Project Blue Book in the past, but learned recently about
Personal Experience and Fifth Grade Research
At age 11, my class was deep into a science unit about the UFO Phenomenon that has swept the country during the early Cold War years at the end of World War II through the 1970s. My assignment was to write to Major Donald E. Keyhoe, a principal in Project Blue Book, operated by the United States Air Force. More about my true experience is found at UFOS and Me.
For a complete library of accumulated information on UFOs and government interventions around the world since the 1940s, please visit TheBlackVault.com. Under The Freedom of Information Act, the webmaster began requesting information as a teenager and today has a prolific website complete with Radio and TV broadcasts. The Black Vault has been completely refreshed in design and relaunched since April 2009 and is a masterpiece as well as major reference source in the Paranormal and Government Conspiracy communities. It includes information about many events besides UFOs.
Deep into finding and tracking UFOs and abductees, Commander Keyhoe wrote back to me quickly and indicated that he would like to hear about any UFOs we witnessed in our studies. We had not seen any, but he seemed to be hoping that we would.
The largest and most comprehensive Project Blue Book report was Special Report Number 14. It was prepared after the work teams at government contractor Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio analyzed the project information with their current technologies and computer models.
Today, Battelle works around the world, with laboratories between Columbus and Springfield, where research and development includes offense and defense associated with biological warfare, green technologiers, alternative energies, and other projects.
Interestingly, Donald Keyhoe had first been a science fiction writer before joining the US Marine Corps. One of his early stores was published in Weird Tales, 1926 and called Through the Vortex, reminding me of the central third of Ohio.
- UFO! USAF Project Blue Book and Me
From the earliest times, people began to wonder about other life forms. Who lived in the oceans? Who lived inside the earth? Who lived in the trees and even in the sky? Someone must be out there.
Flying Saucers are Real - Really
Back in January of 1958, Major Donald Keyhoe agreed to be interviewed on television by CBS, live and without a script.
The major was shown on the Armstrong Circle Theatre and spoke about UFOs, contactees, and similar people and phenomena. Keyhoe maintained that a US Congressional Committee was currently examining and evaluating data that would show that UFOs are under intelligent control.
Officials of CBS cut the audio feed from that live broadcast, with the rationale being required "security clearance."
The general public was not to be made aware of certain dates, under orders of the US Federal Government. We still do not know what that data contains. However, in March of 1958, Keyhoe told it all on ABC to Mike Wallace and was uncensored.
Are aliens, as in Men in Black, housed at Wright-Patterson AFB? Are their alien corpses stored in formaldehyde in a hangar or rubber mannequins in a storage closet? Or have global governments simply been formulating spacecraft since the HG Wells science fiction days? -- That's what Wernher von Braun really wanted, instead of rockets and bombs.
Meanwhile, in a NASA installation in Northern Ohio, researchers practice on developing teleportation. The missions of the several smaller NASA and contractor installations I have run across throughout the state is unknown. It all points back to WPAFB.
Donald Keyhoe Archives
- The UFO Smokescreen - Network News Coverups & ABC
The UFO Smokescreen. On March 8th, 1957, former Marine Air Corps pilot, Major Donald Keyhoe, Director of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP), was interviewed on national television by then ABC reporter, Mike Wallace.
- Conversations with Major Donald Keyhoe - UFO Evidence
Donald Edward Keyhoe was one of the most prominent people in the world of UFOs in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. His influence on ufology was great. His five books and numerous magazine articles about UFOs convinced countless thousands of people that UFOs a
- Donald E. Keyhoe Archives Photo Gallery
A Wild Ride
$195 Million Awarded to Wright Patt in 2009
WAFB, Wright State University, and University of Dayton look at alternative training methods for military service personnel. Dr. E. Eveland (background in shot to the right) with the 711th Human Performance Wing, examines an airman on a specialized treadmill. The airman is attached to instruments that measure aerobic capacity. Nontraditional training methods will improve warfighter performance (a new entity).
WPAFB has been granted $194.5 Million for a new 711th Human Performance Wing complex. The complex researches and develops advanced warfare technologies, likely to include biotechnologies.
Ex-military personnel, researchers, futurists, authors, and conspiracy theorists have suggested that Project Blue Book closed so instantly in 1969 (actually 1970) related to the fact that the USAF and the federal administration had been experimenting with alien technologies and biologies attained in Roswell, New Mexico - and elsewhere - in order to increase American supremacy in the world. Some point to the upsurge in 711th Human Performance Wing activities as the culmination of these studies.
Some historians and social scientists believe that the UFO Phenomenon was an entity that united people during the Cold War and staved off the willingness of superpowers to use nuclear bombs against one another. Others point to it as an orchestrated distraction perpetrated by the American government to attract the attention of the population and the media so that clandestine federal activities would not be ferreted out. The answer may be at WPAFB.
The Truth Is In There.
The 711th Human Performance Wing (711 HPW) is a unique combination of three units: the Human Effectiveness Directorate (RH), the United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) and the Human Systems Integration Directorate (HP). The synergies of combining the ideas, resources and technologies of these units position the 711 HPW as a world leader in the study and advancement of human performance.
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