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Re: Bob Lazar - True or False? - Hatch

From: Larry Hatch <larry@larryhatch.net>
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 04:25:33 -0700
Fwd Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 10:09:33 -0400
Subject: Re: Bob Lazar - True or False? - Hatch


 >From: Tim Matthews <TMMatthews99@aol.com>
 >To: ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net
 >Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2002 08:04:44 EDT
 >Subject: Re: Bob Lazar - True or False?

 >>From: Glenn Campbell <campbell@ufomind.com>
 >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net>
 >>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


Hello Tim:

The British were not the first to smell a rat in Southern
Nevada, though they no doubt didn't trail far behind.

I tried to 'characterize' element 115 ( by atomic number, a most
unlikely substance, something like ectoplasm, with a half life
not even a flea would envy)  and consider the entire Lazar story
a sorry mess that got out of hand.

I would not consider shipping coals to Newcastle, especially by
air-mail, and hope that Lazar and company did not overtax
anybody over there.

I regret that I never heard of Jack Pickett, Thomas Smith and
others.  That is what happens when you hide in California caves
trying to turn bleu cheese into Stilton.


Best wishes

- Larry Hatch



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