From: Tim Matthews <TMMatthews99@aol.com> Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2002 08:04:44 EDT Fwd Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2002 07:00:08 -0400 Subject: Re: Bob Lazar - True or False? - Matthews >From: Glenn Campbell <email@example.com> >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2002 17:51:00 -0700 >Subject: Bob Lazar - True or False? >By Glenn Campbell >I am happily retired from the Area 51 field and am currently >enjoying a blissfully UFO-free lifestyle, but one issue won't >leave me alone: People keep asking me about Bob Lazar. True or >False: Did he work with flying saucers at "Area S-4"? I don't entirely agree. In 1999, I think it was, I posted information on Frank Carlson and hard information our team of British researchers had on him, on Papoose Lake and the man-made UFOs developed and tested there. Nevertheless, and despite the fact that I have given several detailed lectures on the Carlson story, not to mention talking to several well-placed documentary makers, people still prefer aliens, BS, hype and lies. All it would need would be for a few dedicated, sensible and level-headed types to get to the bottom of this story but nobody has ever offered. This MJ-12 fantasy and all the myths surrounding "back-engineered" technology have killed off people's interest in the truth. When you can explain something, no matter how interesting my friends and I may find it, most people don't want to know, because it destroys too many illusions and puts too many people out of business. No matter; one day the truth will be told and Jack Pickett, Thomas Smith and others, who have good information of America's secret saucers, will be seen as the truthtellers they are, and were. I'm surprised you never came across more hard evidence for Papoose Lake, but perhaps that's not what you were looking for. I actually think British researchers have a better idea about this than the Americans. Twas ever thus... Tim Matthews.
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