>Wessel was a police detective before he was injured
on the job and retired on disability. He knows how to
do detective work and has contacts in the South
African military, security agencies, and in key
positions in South African companies that do
>Also his father had retired from the South African
miltary and some of his friends had told Wessel what
they knew about alien and UFO encounters during their
service time, after they too had retired.
Lots of retirees working on this kind of thing, most
of whom were predisposed to indulge in their
Any ideas as to why your supposed aliens would bother
with South Africa?
> Wessel had taken a photo himself of a UFO hovering
over the hills north of Johannesburg.
I had a ride in a UFO once, long long ago. But at
that age I didn't know if the aircraft was a 707 or a
DC-8. However, that is an unidentified flying object,
or UFO, as is the supposed object your supposed source
has pictures of. That does not make it a space alien.
So the answer to Question 1 is Yes, therefore was
predisposed to WANT to believe what cannot be
And the answer to Question 2 is....you talk to a lot
of others who believe the same thing? Not exactly
"research," is it?
Come on. Deliver the alien carcass. Give us
something we can really work on.
Until then you are a waste of time.
John D. Beatty, Milwaukee Wisconsin
"History is the only test for the consequences of ideas"
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