Cat's Eye Nebula


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On May 9, 2001, 21, in front of hundreds of reporters, of over 20 of 400 military, intelligence, government, corporate and scientific witnesses came forward at the National Press Club in Washington to establish the reality of the UFO phenomenon, an extraterrestrial presence, and the associated technologies.
Here are some excerpts from the two-hour video of the press conference
John Callahan, head of FAA accident investigations during the 1986 Japan Airlines Incident, discusses the case.
Lt. Colonel Charles Brown worked as an analyst for projects "Grudge" and "Blue Book," tasked with researching the UFO phenomenon for the Air Force.
Michael Smith speaks about several experiences he had while he was a radar operator for the Air Force in the 1960s.
"...the problem with any UFO investigation is that most of it has to rest on testimonial rather than hardcore evidence...however, the entire legal system of the country is based on anecdotal testimony, and men have been sent to the electric chair because of it during criminal trials." - John G. Fuller, author of Aliens in the Skies, 1966