67. Tom Carey, ‘Inside the Real Area 51

Tom CareyUFO News Roundup, then an interview with co-author Tom Carey about the recent release of the book, ‘Inside the Real Area 51′ the secret history of Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Check out: roswellinvestigator.com

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  • September 29, 2013 at 1:29 pm

    I agree with the evaluation of Steven Greer. However, I am unwilling to discount everything he might come up with simply because he has been a bit weird the last few years.

    He did yeoman service for the UFO community when he organized the Washington DC press conference lo these many years ago.

    Ditto for Bob Lazar. His testimony may not, as your interviewee states, be accepted in court because he lied about something. One lie does not automatically invalidate everything.

    Lazar reminds me very much of the Seattle lawyer Basagio, who claims to be a time traveler.

    Both come across very well in interviews, but I need a lot more evidence to fully accept what they claim. Lazar’s claims are less sensational than Basagio’s, so he is somewhat higher on my credibility scale.

  • October 1, 2013 at 11:26 pm

    Heard the discussion about George Knapp and Bob Lazar and felt compelled to throw in my 2 cents. I listen to George carefully and I think his position on Lazar is a bit different than I heard on your show. I obviously cant speak for him, but as I understand him, he feels that Lazar has come up with information that George has verified. I dont think this equates with him buying the whole Lazar thing, rather he (George) finds it interesting that Lazar has come up with information about Area 51 that was objectively true. This, I interpret, causes George to put Lazar in a grey bin. When you interview him you might clear this up. I agree with you that George is a very smart man, and a careful investigator, and belief in Lazar would be out of character.
    Personally, I think Lazar is full of shit. He lost me even before he made the wild claims about there being 500 pounds of element 115 (which is unstable and has a very short half life).

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