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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

15 Minutes

At the end of my call with Lue Elizondo on July 16th he said I would get a call from someone named [REDACTED].  He did not explain who [REDACTED] was, just that it would be a follow up call.  She reached out about a week later and it turns out that [REDACTED] is kind of a big deal.  She is a highly-regarded film maker and was also very interested in my story.  We have had many discussion on the details of the story, location, time, and other witnesses.

This got me very excited about, not only getting the word out there about what happened to me, but also about what comes after that.  If I am featured in this production I will have 15 minutes of fame.  It got me thinking, should I hope that it goes by quickly and things return to normal for me as soon as possible?  Or should I leverage this opportunity as a springboard and do something with it?

Throughout my career I have tried to help other people, whenever possible.  I have devoted the past dozen years to helping people find jobs and recently I have been teaching college courses to kids who need an extra hand working their way through the system.  Many of them are the first people in their family to go to college.  Maybe this new development is an opportunity to help a different group of people in a different way.

Surely, there are many other people who have seen an alien spaceship.  I have always thought, it cannot be just me.  I am one insignificant person.  Why was I singled out?  With all the billions of people on this planet there must be someone else who has seen something like I did.  There must be thousands.  Maybe millions.

I want to speak with them.

I want to reach out and find others like me who have seen something - not something they cannot explain, something they know darned well what they saw and they want to talk to someone about it.  But with this kind of thing you can't talk to just anyone.  It is like a soldier returning from war.  Most will not volunteer the gory details to those who were not there.  It is too painful.  New Yorkers who saw the Twin Towers fall with the naked eye may feel the same when questioned about their experience by out-of-towners - I did, for years.  But these same people will speak more freely with those who have had similar experiences.  That is how I can help.

I have never seen combat but I have seen an alien spaceship.  It was not a UFO, or an Unidentified Flying Object.  It was a spaceship from another planet.  It was enormous.  It was 100-200 yards away from me.  I saw it clear as day, in bright moonlight.

I get it.

I saw one too.

I want to talk to others who have had their own experience.  I want to provide a forum for them to get the word out.  I want to interview them and put them on my show.  Soon I will announce the details of where and when to catch that show.  It should debut in mid-to-late-October.  For now, keep an eye on this blog and send its link to your friends.

Back to the Producer, we may have hit a snag and I may not be included in the production she is working on, now.  I will post an update when I find out more.  But either way, the ball is rolling on my own project and I am pushing forward, full steam. I have been sitting on this for over 25 years.  It is time I did something about it.



If you have seen an alien spaceship or any type of unidentified flying object (UFO) contact me using the Contact form on this page or call me at 401-315-9102 between 6:00am and 7:00am Eastern USA (New York) time, any weekday.

You may remain anonymous if you want.  I will not ridicule you or try to tell you why you are wrong.  I get it, I saw one too.

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