William J. “Bill” BirnesÂ (born November 7, 1944) is an AmericanÂ author, the incoming auditor for Solebury Township, Pennsylvania, the Chairman of the Board at Sunrise Community Counseling Center, andÂ ufologist.Â A graduate ofÂ New York University, he holds aÂ Ph.DÂ inÂ medieval literatureÂ (with a dissertation onÂ Piers Plowman) from the same institution (1974) and later earned aÂ J.D.Â degree fromÂ Concord Law School.Â
Birnes believes that Earth has been visited by many different types ofÂ extraterrestrials, and that pictures taken byÂ NASAÂ have been airbrushed to remove any evidence of alien activity.Birnes speculates that NASA may have taken missions to the Moon afterÂ Apollo 17, but these missions were kept secret from the public due to alien interference and new-found extraterrestrial artifacts. Birnes claims that NASA made three additional trips to the Moon; Apollo 18, Apollo 19, and Apollo 20. Additionally, he claims that theÂ Apollo 13Â incident was actually an extraterrestrial attack meant to scare humans away from landing on the Moon.Â Â Source:Â https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_J._Birnes
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Bryce H. ZabelÂ (born May 17, 1954) is an American television producer, director, writer, and occasional actor.Â CNN correspondent-turned-screenwriter Bryce Zabel has created five primetime network television series and worked on a dozen TV writing staffs. A produced feature writer in both live-action and animation, he has written and produced for nearly all major networks and studios and collaborated with talents like Steven Spielberg, David Kelley and Stan Lee on projects that include series, video-games, comic books and web content.
In 2008, Bryce (with his wife, Jackie) received the Writers Guild of America (WGA) award for writing his third four-hour Hallmark mini-series, Pandemic. He has received credit on produced films and miniseries that include Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, Blackbeard, and NBCâs primetime The Poseidon Adventure. He wrote Syfyâs first original film, Official Denial, and the first film in the Unsolved Mysteries MOW franchise, Victim of Love. He has also worked for ABC, CBS, FOX, HBO, Showtime, SONY, Warner Bros., 20th Fox, Universal, USA, Animal Planet, etc.