Mysterious UFO deaths: Holly Maddux, Gene Mallove, Mack, Chipman, Koopman, Nadal, Truffaut...
- Below from Dr. Jack Sarfatti (PhD Theoretical Physics)
as/per one of his internet humor characters, id's, Doc Savage...
see more on the late Dr. Eugene Mallove at
From: Doc Savage <adastra1@...>
Subject: Mysterious UFO deaths: Mallove, Mack, Chipman, Koopman, Nadal,
Truffaut , Holly Maddux...
Date: Feb 5, 2005 10:42 AM
See Jack Sarfatti's auto-biographical book Destiny Matrix e.g.
http://amazon.com on Chipman, Koopman, Nadal, Truffaut, Ira Einhorn &
Holly Maddux http://www.amgot.org/einhorn/iht9ad.htm . This article
below is paranoid and I am not endorsing all of it - but it is
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> Subject: [Sarfatti_Physics_Seminars] Mysterious deaths.....
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> Mysterious deaths.....
> "Lest we forget"
> First published by UFO Universe Magazine Fall 1997.
> by Prof. G. Cope Schellhorn
> Death by gunshot to the head. Death by probable poisoning. Death by
> probable strangulation. Deaths possibly by implantation of deadly
> viruses. No one lives former. Yet the recent suspicious deaths of UFO
> investigators Phil Schneider, Ron Johnson, Con Routine, Ann Livingston
> and Karln Turner, as well as the deaths of a host of researchers in
> the past, only seem to add emphasis to a reality with which many of
> the more aware UFOIogists are now quite familiar: not only is UFO
> research potentially dangerous, but the life span of the average
> serious investigator falls far short of the national average.
> Mysterious and suspicious deaths among UFO investigators arc nothing
> new. In 1971, the well-known author and researcher Otto Binder wrote
> an article for Saga magazine's Special UFO Report titled "Liquidation
> of the UFO Investigators:' Binder had researched the deaths of "no
> less than 137 flying saucer researchers, writers, scientists, and
> witnesses' who had died in the previous 10 years, "many under the most
> mysterious circumstances."
> The selected cases Binder offered were loaded with a plethora of
> alleged heart attacks, suspicious cancers and what appears to be
> outright examples of murder. We will have occasion to refer to many of
> these cases, but first let us take a look at more recent evidence of
> highly suspect deaths among present day researchers.
> Phil Schneider
> No one has shook up more those who have been following UFO fact and
> rumor the past low years than Phil Schneider. Schneider died Januarv
> 17, 1996, reportedly strangled by a catheter found wrapped around his
> neck. If the circumstances of his death seem highly controversial,
> thev are matched by the controversy over his public statements uttered
> recently before his death.
> Phil Schneider was a self-taught geologist and explosive expert. Of
> the 129 deep underground facilities Schneider believed the U.S.
> government had constructed since World War II, he claimed to have
> worked on 13. Two of these bases were major, including the much
> rumored bioengineering facility at Dulce, N.M. At Dulce. Schneider
> maintained, "grey" - humanoid extraterrestrials worked side by side
> with American technicians. In 1979, a misunderstanding arose. In the
> ensuing shootout, 66 Secret Service, FBI and Black Berets were killed
> along with an unspecified nurnber of "greys. It was here he received a
> beam-weapon blast to the chest which caused his later cancer.
> (Note from Metatech.org editor Stephanie Relfe: I have seen the scar
> from this weapon on one of Phil's videos. Contact Al Bielek, PO Box
> 50045 Fort Myers FL 33994 if you wish to purchase Phil Schneider
> If Schneider is telling the truth, he obviously broke the code of
> imposed silence to which all major black-budget personnel are
> subjected. The penalty for that misstep is presumably termination.
> Schneider in fact maintained that numerous previous attempts had been
> made on his life, including the removal of lug nuts from one of the
> front wheels of his automobile. He had stated publicly he was a marked
> man and did not expect to live long.
> Some of Schneider's more major accusations are worthy of attention:
> (1) The American government concluded a treaty with "grey" aliens
> 1954. This mutual cooperation pack is called the Grenada Treaty.high
> (2) The space shuttle has been shuttling in special metals. A vacuum
> atmosphere is needed for the rending of these special alloys, thus the
> push for a large space station.
> (3) Much of our stealth aircraft technology was developed by
> back-engineering crashed ET craft.
> (4) AIDS was a population control virus invented by the National
> Ordinance Laboratory, Chicago, Illionois.
> (5) Unbeknownst to just about everyone, our government has an
> earthquake device: The Kobe quake had no pulse wave; the 1989 San
> Francisco quake had no pulse wave.
> (6) The World Trade Center bomb blast and the Oklahoma City blast were
> achieved using small nuclear devices. The melting and pitting of the
> concrete and the extrusion of metal supporting rods indicated this.
> (Remember, Schneider's forte, he claimed, was explosives.)
> Finally, Phil Schneider lamented that the democracy he loved no longer
> existed. We had become instead a technocracy ruled by a shadow
> government intent on imposing their own view of things on all of us,
> whether we like it or not. He believed I l of his best friends had
> been murdered in the last 22 years, eight of whom had been officially
> disposed of as suicides.
> Whatever we think of Phil Schneider's claims, there is no denying that
> he was of peculiar interest to the FBI and CIA. According to his
> widow, intelligence agents thoroughly searched the premises shortly
> after his death and made off with at least a third of the family
> Ron Rummel
> Another recent disturbing case is the death of Ron Rummel, ex-air
> force intelligence agent and publisher of the Alien Digest, on August
> 6, 1993. Rummel allegedly shot himself in the mouth with a pistol.
> Friends say, however, that no blood was found on the pistol barrel and
> the handle of the weapon was free of fingerprints. Also, according to
> information now circulating, the suicide note left by the deceased was
> written by a left-handed person. Rummel was right-handed. Perspiration
> on the body smelled like sodium pentothal, or so it is alleged.
> The Alien Digest ran to seven limited issues, all now almost
> impossible to acquire. One thing is certain. Ron Rummel's magazine was
> touching on sensitive issues such as the predator/prey aspect of the
> alien/human relationship and the use of humans as food and recyclable
> body parts. Did Rummel cross a forbidden line? It would seem so. But
> which line, and where? Interestingly enough, one of Rummel's friends
> was Phil Schneider, and the two had been collaborating.
> Ron Johnson
> An equally disturbing and more recent death is that of Ron (Jerrold)
> Johnson, at the time MUFON's Deputy Director of Investigations.
> Johnson was 43 years old and, it would seem, in excellent health. He
> had just passed a recent physical examination with the proverbial
> flying colors. However, on June 9, 1994, while attending a Society of
> Scientific Exploration meeting in Austin, Texas, Johnson died quickly
> and amid very strange circumstances. During a slide show, several
> people sitting close to him heard a gasp. When the lights were turned
> back on, Johnson was slumped over in his chair, his face purple, blood
> oozing from his nose. A soda can, from which he had been sipping, was
> sitting on the chair next to him.
> Did Ron Johnson die of a stroke? Possibly. An allergic reaction?
> Another possibility.
> Some of the more outstanding facts of Ron Johnson's life might easily
> lead a more skeptical-minded person to a tentative conclusion that his
> death was probably neither accidental nor natural. For instance, his
> most recent job was with the Institute of Advanced Studies,
> purportedly working on UFO propulsion systems. He had been formerly
> employed by Earth Tech, Inc., a private Austin, Texas, think tank
> headed by Harold Puthoff. It would appear he held high security
> clearances, traveled frequently between San Antonio and White Sands,
> and had attended 2 secret NATO meetings in the last year or so. One of
> those meetings, it is rumored dealt with ET communications.
> Although advanced in years, there are some who believe that Dr.
> Hynek's death was because of "strange circumstances," due to the
> number of researchers who have died of brain tumors or cancer.51
> If all or most of the facts offered above are accurate, one thing
> seems obvious: Johnson was walking both sides of the street. This in
> itself was highly dangerous, and he may have paid the ultimate price
> in an attempt to serve more than one master.
> As for exactly what killed Ron Johnson, a number of possibilities
> beyond natural ones present themselves. It is quite easy in this day
> and age to induce strokes through chemicals or pulsed radiation. It is
> just as easy, and has been for some time, to induce heart attacks and
> other physical debilitations, such as fast-acting cancers. The best
> bet is that Ron Johnson was eliminated by a quick-acting toxin,
> perhaps a nerve agent. As for exactly why he was killed, we will
> probably never know. The autopsy, somewhat ludicrously, has been
> officially classified as inconclusive.
> Ann Livingston
> As a side note, a nurse returning home from Austin shortly after
> Johnson's death reported a similar death-situation aboard her plane.
> When she tried to move rearward to offer her assistance, she was
> forcefully restrained from doing so. Could it be, one wonders, that
> some agent, through an accident, was the victim of his own
> machinations? The idea strikes a nice note of poetic justice, if in
> fact that were the scenario.
> Another death involving elements of high strangeness is that of Ann
> Livingston, who died in early 1994 of a fast-form of ovarian cancer.
> Livingston made her living as an accountant, but she was also a MUFON
> investigator and had in fact, published an article entitled
> "Electronic Harassment and Alien Abductions" in the November 1993
> MUFON Journal. The article was highly critical of Julianne McKinney,
> directorof the Electronic Surveillance Project of the Association of
> National Security Alumni. McKinney discounts U FO phenomena, believing
> that what passes for such is most often one kind of governmental ploy
> or another, whether in the form of experimental machinery or
> experimental psychology.
> Some facts which seem relevant to the case stand out. At 7:15 AM,
> December 29th 1992, Livingston's apartment close to O'Hare airport, in
> Chicago, Illinois, was lit up brightly by a silverwhite flash. She was
> accosted later in the day while in her apartment parking lot by 5 MIBs
> (Men in Black) which she described as being almost faceless and
> carrying long, flashlight-like black objects. She was rendered
> unconscious. What, we must ask, assuming her story is true, was done
> to her at this time, and wh'? And did it have anything to do with her
> later rapidly-advancing ovarian cancer?
> It is not a well-known fact that Ann Livingston had been previously
> abducted. Her friend, Fran Heiser, has stated that Ann Livingston had
> met two handsome people, a man and woman, on an earlier trip to
> Mexico. To Livingston's surprise, the man told her that the attractive
> young lady she was meeting was in fact her daughter.
> Karla Turner
> Could genital intrusions from past UFO abductions have poisoned in
> some way Ann Livingston's system? That is exactly the suspicion Karla
> Turner (author of Maquerade of Angels, Taken, and Into the Fringe) had
> about the breast cancer that preceded her death during the summer of
> 1996. Both publicly and privately, Karla Turner held up the specter of
> alien retaliation for statements she made in print, especially in
> Masquerade of Angels. How much her suspicions were founded in reality
> we will probably never know. (A good site on Karla Turner is
> Who or what is killing UFO investigators now and in the past? Probably
> some of the deaths presented here-that look at first glance so
> suspicious---are in fact natural or accidental or self-inflicted
> because of stress or mental imbalances. But, as Otto Binder noted more
> than 25 years ago, there are so many. Pure common sense, and good
> logic, should lead us to believe that the high incidence of premature
> death in a field which has a limited number of investigators is very
> disproportionate compared to the population at large.
> Spider Web of Causes
> What we may have IS a concatenation, a spider web, of interweaving
> threads which are causal and often, in fact, deadly. One thread is the
> activities of the US (and other) intelligence agencies. Another thread
> is possible ET involvement. A third thread is the involvement of
> certain PSI-tech think tanks and private PSI/PK practitioners,
> including negative occultists. A possible fourth thread is highly
> reactionary religious cults which feel they are carrying out the will
> of God. It is more than likely that one or more or all of the above
> agencies are responsible in whole or in part for many of the deaths
> from the recent past, which have already been mentioned and many of
> those remaining cases from the present to the more distant past, some
> of which we will now explore.
> Danny Casolaro
> Danny Casolaro, an investigative reporter looking into the theft of
> Project Promise software, a program capable of tracking down anyone
> anywhere in the world, died in 1991, a reported suicide.
> Casolaro was also investigating several UFO "NO-Nos" Pine Gap, Area
> and governmental bioengineering.were
> Mae Bussell
> Not long ago, Mae Bussell, a gutsy, no-holds-barred, investigative
> radio host died of a fast-acting cancer just like Ann Livingston and
> Karla Turner. Bussell was acutely interested in UFOlogy.
> The directors of APRO, Coral and Jim Lorenzen, a Tucson-based UFO
> group, both died of Cancer.
> Deck Slayton
> Deke Slayton, the astronaut, was purportedly ready to talk about his
> UFO experiences, but cancer also intervened.
> Brian Lynch
> Brian Lynch, young psychic and contactee, died in 1985, purportedly of
> a drug overdose. According to Lynch's sister, Geraldine, Brian was
> approached approximately a year before his death by an intelligence
> operative working for an Austin, Texas, PSI-tech company. Geraldine
> said they told Brian they were experimenting on psychic warfare
> techniques. After his death, a note in his personal effects was found
> with the words "Five million from Pentagon for Project Scanate."
> Capt. Don Elkin
> In the '80s Eastern Airlines pilot Capt. Don Elkin committed suicide.
> He had been investigating the UFO coverup for over 10 years and, at
> the time, was deep into the study of the Ra material with ('aria
> Rucker. There are reports of negative psychological interferences
> having developed during this latter investigation.
> Bizarre Death of Scientists
> Certainly nothing is stranger, and breeds speculation more quickly,
> than the 30-some-odd deaths associated with SDI (Star Wars) research
> at Marconi Ltd. in England between approximately 1985-1988. Here in
> capsulated form is a list of a few of the more bizarre deaths:
> Roger Hill, a designer at Marconi Defense Systems, allegedly commits
> suicide with a shotgun, March 1985.
> Jonathan Walsh, a digital communications expert employed by GEC,
> Marconi's parent firm, falls from his hotel room, November 1985, after
> expressing fear for his life.
> Ashad Sharif, another Marconi scientist, reportedly tied a rope around
> his neck, and then to a tree, in October 1986, got behind the wheel of
> his car and stepped on the gas with predictable results.
> In March of 1988, Trevor Knight, also associated with Marconi, died of
> carbon monoxide poisoning in his car.
> Peter Ferry, marketing director of the firm, was found shocked to
> death with electrical leads in his mouth (August 1988).
> Also during the same month of the same year, Alistair Beckham was
> found shocked to death with electric leads attached to his body and
> his mouth stuffed with a handkerchief. He was an engineer with the
> allied firm of Plessey Defense Systems.
> And, finally, but by no means the sole remaining death in this unique
> cluster, Andrew Hall was found dead in September of 1988 of carbon
> monoxide poisoning.
> What, you may be asking, does SDI research have to do with the deaths
> of UFO investigators? Theoretically, quite a lot. If, as many
> investigators have hypothesized, Star Wars research was initiated with
> the dual purpose of protecting "us" against Soviet aggression and/or
> the presence of UFO craft in our atmosphere, then several
> possibilities arise. Most compelling is the idea that the soviet KGB,
> realizing that the Western powers were on the verge of perfecting a
> high-powered beam-weapon that could be used from outer space or
> atmospheric space against them, marshaled a last-gasp, all-out
> espionage offensive to slow or destroy the project. If this scenario
> is true, and the weapon was indeed successfully developed, we have an
> explanation for the collapse of the Soviet Union ("Surrender or you
> might be incinerated").
> Other explanations have been offered. For example, scientists working
> on the project discovered the true nature of the research they were
> involved with and the overwhelming stress led them to suicide. Or they
> discovered that their real collaborators were "greys," or Western
> politicians working with/for grey aliens. One thing seems obvious.
> Something went terribly wrong at Marconi. Scientists usually don't
> commit the kinds of bizarre, "unscientific" suicides we find here.
> One other possibility is that a contingent of unfriendly ETs got wind
> of what GEC and Marconi and its affiliates were up to and, to protect
> themselves, created enough psychic trauma within the minds of many of
> the scientists to drive them to suicide. But if this is so, why have
> the deaths stopped? Has the project been shelved? Highly unlikely. The
> best bet is that the project was completed, roughly about 1988, and
> whatever it is, beam-weapon or otherwise, it is now operational.
> Certainly neither the public at large, and not even UFOlogists
> generally, seem thoroughly aware of the real risks UFO investigators
> run. In fact those UFOlogists who are aware of the suspicious deaths
> of some of their colleagues in the 50s and 60s, seem to believe that
> whatever forces and agencies that were then responsible have softened
> their tactics in the `80s and `90s. The evidence, as we have
> indicated, does not seem to support such a conclusion. There is no
> doubt, however, that the `50s and `60s produced some strange goings-on.
> Jessup and McDonald
> Undoubtedly the most intriguing (and perhaps appalling) deaths in
> UFOlogy were those of Dorothy Kilgallen, M.K. Jessup and Dr. James
> McDonald - the former an alleged accident, the latter two purported
> suicides. The details of these deaths, despite official pronouncements
> to the contrary, are disturbing to say the least. Each of the three
> individuals seemed to have much to live for, all were successful, and
> everyone of them was deeply immersed in the relatively new
> UFO-phenomena proglem.
> Dorothy Kilgallen
> Dorothy Kilgallen was the most famous syndicated woman journalist of
> her day. Stationed in England in 1954 - 55, and privy to the highest
> levels of English society and its secrets, she wired two unusual
> dispatches which may have contributed to her death. The first, sent in
> February 1954, mentioned a "special hush-hush meeting of the world's
> military heads" scheduled to take place the following summer. The 1955
> dispatch, which barely preceded her death from an alleged overdose of
> sleeping pills and alcohol (a la Marilyn Monroe), quoted an unnamed
> British official of cabinet rank, `We believe, on the basis of our
> inquiry thus far, that saucers were staffed by small men-probably
> under four feet tall. It's frightening, but there is no denying the
> flying saucers come from another planet.'
> Whatever the source (rumored to be the Earl of Mountbatten), this kind
> of leak in the atmosphere of the mid- 50s was an unacceptable leak. It
> is well to recall that the secret CIA-orchestrated Robertson Panel had
> met in 1953 and issued the Robertson Report. Briefly summarized, this
> document-and the attitudes reflected there - represented a new
> hard-line attitude to covering up all significant UFO phenomena. The
> year 1953 and the meeting of the Robertson Panel truly initiated the
> UFO coverup as we know it today, with a few extra dollops having been
> Did Dorothy Kilgallen actually commit accidental suicide? There
> appears to be an excellent chance she had help.
> Dr. James McDonald, senior physicast, Institute of Atmospheric Physics
> and also professor in the Department of Meteorology at the University
> of Arizona, died in 1971 purportedly of a gunshot wound to the head.
> There is no one who had worked harder in the 60s than McDonald to
> convince Congress to hold serious, substantial subcommittee meetings
> to explore the UFO reality of which he was thoroughly convinced. He
> was definitely a thorn in the side of those who maintained the
> official coverup and, needless to say, his passing to them would be a
> McDonald, allegedly depressed, shot himself in the head. But, alas, he
> didn't die. He was wheelchair-ridden but somehow, several months after
> his first attempt, he allegedly got in an automobile, drove to a
> pawnshop, purchased another pistol from his wheelchair, drove to the
> desert and did himself in. How convenient, one might say, for his
> adversaries. And McDonald, there can be no doubt, had made enemies.
> The question is: How much did these enemies aid and abet the demise of
> this most worthy and influential campaigner?
> Astronomer MIL Jessup
> When astronomer and archaeologist M. K. Jessup allegedly committed
> suicide in Dade County Park, FL., in 1959 certain alarm bells should
> have gone off. There is no doubt the well-known author of such
> influential works as The Case for the UFO and The Expanding Case for
> the UFO had been depressed. Things had not been going well for him,
> and he had, it must be admitted, indicated his gloom to close friends,
> Ivan Sanderson, the biologist, and Long John Nebel, the well-known New
> York City radio host. Sanderson reported him disturbed by "a series of
> strange events" which put him "into a completely insane world of
> Was the reality Jessup was faced with at the time "completely insane"
> or were there, perhaps, forces driving Jessup to the edge, forces with
> a plan? Anna Genzlinger thoroughly investigated his death. Her
> conclusion: "He was under some sort of control." Remember, these
> the days of secret governmental mind-control experiments which haveCity
> only recently been uncovered.
> Certain facts about the case raise redflags. For example, no autopsy
> was performed, contrary to the state law. Sergeant Obenclain, who was
> on the scene shortly after Jessup's body was discovered, has said for
> the record, "Everything seemed too professional." The hose from the
> car exhaust was wired on; and it was, strangely, washing machine hose.
> Jessup died at rush hour, with more than the usual amount of traffic
> passing by. He had been visited by Carlos Allende three days before
> his death and according to his wife, had been receiving strange phone
> calls. We know the navy was very much interested in what he was doing;
> and we all know, or should know, it is the ONI (Office of Naval
> Investigations) that has been in the forefront, from the very
> beginning, of the UFO coverup.
> And what of particular interest was Jessup investigating at the time?
> Something that was top secret and would remain so for some time: the
> Philadelphia Experiment.
> Dr. James McDonald tried to convince Congress to look into the UFO
> situation. He died after shooting himself a short while later.The late
> astronomer Dr. M.K. Jessup was the first to reveal details of the
> Philadelphia Experiment-he died a few months later.
> Frank Edwards
> Frank Edwards, the noted news commentator, died of an alleged heart
> attack on June 24, 1967, on the 20th anniversary of the Kenneth Arnold
> sighting. Was that coincidence?
> Probably not. Several other prominent UFOlogists died the same day,
> Arthur Bryant, the contactee, Richard Church, chairman of CIGIUFO and
> the space writer, Willie Ley. The circumstances surrounding the death
> of Edwards, who like James McDonald was pushing for meaningful
> Congressional subcommittee meetings, raise huge questions. It so
> happens that a "World UFO Conference" was being held in New York
> at the Commodore hotel on that very day in June, chaired by UFOwas
> publisher and author Gray Barker. Barker stated publicly that he had
> received two letters and a telephone call threatening that Frank
> Edwards, who was not in attendance, would not be alive by the
> conference's end.
> It definitely looks like someone was sending a message. As an unhappy
> sequel to this account, Rep. Rouse, who had been supporting Edwards in
> his campaign for Congressional attention to the UFO issue, died of a
> similar heart attack shortly afterwards.
> The annals of UFOlogy are frighteningly filled with the deaths of
> UFOlogists from unusual cancers, heart attacks, questionable suicides
> and all manner of strange happenings. Did former Secretary of Defense
> James Forrestal really commit suicide as purported by jumping out a
> hotel window at about the time saucers may have been crashing down in
> the southwestern desert? Was UFO writer Damon Runyon, Jr.'s suicidal
> plunge off a Washington D.C. bridge in 1988 really an act of will?
> What really happened to Dr. B. Noel Opan who, in 1959, after an
> alleged visit by MIBs, disappeared, as did Edgar Jarrold, the
> Australian UFOlogist, in 1960.
> How do we explain the rash of heart attacks that took so many: Frank
> Edwards, Rep. Rouse, author H. T. Wilkins, Henry E Kock, publicity
> director of the Universal Research Society of America, author Frank
> Scully and contactee George Adamski? How do we correlate accurately
> the large number of purported suicides, including: Rev. Della Larson,
> contactee, author Gloria Lee (Byrd), Marie Ford, UFO enthusiast who
> discovered Larson's body, researcher Doug Hancock, and, more recently,
> researcher Feron Hicks? What do we do with the inordinately large
> number of cancer deaths which pepper the UFO field and burn doubtful
> holes in our credulity: Canadian researcher Wilbert B. Smith,
> Brazilian researcher Dr. Olavo Fontes, Jim and Coral Lorenzen (photos
> are earlier in this article), and the deaths of biologist Ivan
> Sanderson and CUFOS founder James A. Hynek (photo at the start of this
> article) (both from rare brain cancer)?
> Certainly not all of these individuals, as well as many other less
> prominent researchers that space limitations do not allow us to
> mention, were marked for termination. Many, perhaps most, died natural
> deaths. But so many of the cases leave doubt; some seem to be branded
> by the mark of Cain. We know now how easy it is to induce strokes and
> heart attacks through chemicals, pulsed beams and microbes. We have
> learned that the federal government was (and still is) involved in
> PSI-tech research. An individual's mind is rather easily manipulated,
> and minds can be subtly beaten like putty into despair and madness.
> The late Ivan T. Sanderson passed away unexpectedly. He was head of a
> major UFO/paranormal group!
> UFOlogy is not the safe, hobbyistic pastime some would like it to be.
> There is danger, real danger in sticking your nose in places where the
> powers that be don't want you to be. Many of the deaths related above
> are highly suspicious. Some appear to be outright murder.
> What is the cause, who the villain? Again, it must be emphasized that
> the "problem" is complex. Rogue intelligence agencies, negative ET
> groups, freelancing PSI-tech firms, and reactionary cultist groups all
> seem to play, or to have played, a part in the more nefarious
> UFO-related events described here including the possible homicides of
> UFO researchers in past decades as well as more recently. It seems
> highly likely that sometimes one or more of these agencies may be
> working together, either with or without the knowledge of the other's
> What can we do about such a state of affairs? Several things. We can
> inform ourselves like good democratic citizens. And we can inform
> others. We can and must raise a hue and cry when we suspect foul play.
> If we are to protect our very lives and the democratic hopes we say we
> cherish, then we must not go, silent and ignorant, into the night,
> pretending an innocence we have not earned.
> Copyright © 1997: GCR Publishing Group Inc., 1700 Broadway, New York
> NY 10019. All rights reserved.
> By Stephanie Relfe:
> Since the above article was written there have been other notable
> deaths in the field, including:
> William Cooper Author of the classic book: "Behold a Pale Horse"
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> SHOT DEAD! WBCQ SHORT-WAVE RADIO TALK SHOW HOST WILLIAM "BILL" COOPER
> Eager, AZ -- Short-wave radio talk show host William "Bill" Cooper
> shot dead last night during a gun battle with Sheriff's Deputies.
> According to Detective Frank Valenzuela of the Arizona Department of
> Public Safety, the shooting took place at 11:40 PM outside of Cooper's
> home at 96 North Clearview Circle, Eager, AZ.
> Det. Valenzuela stated that Deputies from the Apache County Sheriff's
> Department were attempting to serve an arrest warrant upon Mr. Cooper.
> The Warrant, issued by the Round Valley
> Judicial Precinct in Springerville, AZ charged Cooper with one Count
> of Aggravated Assault With A Deadly Weapon, and two Counts of
> "Endangerment." The Warrant was issued on August 29, 2001 for an
> incident which allegedly took place on July 11, 2001. The Court Case
> Number on the Warrant is CR-01-0310. Neither Valenzuela, nor the
> Apache County Attorney's Office would reveal the name of the alleged
> victim(s). They did say the complaint was signed by Detective Paul
> Kirkum of the Eager, AZ Sheriff's Dept.
> According to Valenzuela, Police had intelligence that Cooper had a
> large quantity of weapons in his home, and possibly explosives.
> Valenzuela also said the police knew that during his radio show on
> WBCQ, Cooper repeatedly stated that he "would kill any law enforcement
> officers that tried to take him." As such, the Sheriff's Department
> wanted to arrest Cooper away from his home, so as to minimize the
> possibility of armed conflict.
> According to Police, Cooper lived on a hilltop over looking several
> undeveloped areas and other homes below. Despite not owning the land
> below his home, Cooper was known to chase teenagers or young lovers
> off the land and Police decided to use this to lure Cooper away from
> his home. Det. Valenzuela stated that two undercover Sheriff's
> Deputies were sent in a pick-up truck to the area below Cooper's home.
> There were also two uniformed Deputies in the bed of the pick-up. As
> expected, Cooper drove down to that area from his home and told the
> two undercover Deputies to leave.
> But Cooper left and drove away toward his home before the undercover
> deputies could do anything. While on his way back up the hill, a fully
> marked Sheriff's patrol vehicle blocked the road(1) in front of
> Cooper. Uniformed members of the Sheriff's Department SWAT Team (2)
> exited that marked vehicle and told Cooper to stop, keep his hands
> where they could see them and exit the vehicle. They say Cooper placed
> one hand outside his window, then accelerated around the police car,
> trying to run over a Sheriff Sergeant. Police gave brief chase to
> Cooper's home.
> Police say Cooper exited his vehicle, drew a handgun and began firing
> at Deputies as he ran toward his house. One Deputy Sheriff was struck
> at least once and possibly twice in the head.(3) Another Deputy
> returned fire, hitting Cooper several times.
> The wounded Deputy was evacuated by Helicopter to a hospital in
> Phoenix. Cooper was pronounced dead at the scene by Paramedics who
> were at the scene standing-by (4).
> The following questions arise from this incident:
> (1) Cooper would have had to pass the marked Police patrol Vehicle
> while going down the hill.
> Why would he do so without seeing it and fleeing? Further, how could
> he drive around it once it came onto the road while Cooper was enroute
> back to his home?
> (2) If Police intended a peaceful, non-violent arrest, why send a SWAT
> (3) If Cooper drew a gun and fired "while running back toward his
> home" as police say, how could he hit a Deputy once and possibly twice
> in the head? A head-shot is a difficult thing to accomplish with a
> hand gun, never mind two head shots while the shooter is running!
> (4) Why were Paramedics "on the scene standing-by" if Sheriffs
> intended this to be a peaceful arrest?
> These questions make The Hal Turner Show wonder if Bill Cooper was
> set-up (Editor's note: & mind controlled?) to be gunned down, or just
> a victim of his own big mouth and prudent police planning? We pray for
> the soul of Mr. Cooper, and for the life of the Deputy shot in the
> Stanley Kubrick
> While not a UFO researcher, I feel that Stanley Kubrick deserves a
> mention here. I believe that Stanley Kubrick, who died shortly after
> the release of his movie "Eyes wide shut" was killed by advanced
> technology. I believe that his earlier movie "2001 a space odyssey"
> indicated that he was in alignment with the secret powers that be. For
> example, it showed "The Black Block" which is worshipped by masonry
> and is in the headquarters of the United Nations in New York.
> However, people change. He didn't produce a movie for twenty years
> before he produced "Eyes wide shut". This movie was kept in super
> secrecy until it came out. Even reviewers did not see it until the day
> it was released. Most people did not know what to make of it. They
> didn't recognize it for what I believe it was, namely a documentary,
> of the kind of religious rituals that the powers that be are involved
> in. In the movie Tom Cruise is told towards the end something like "If
> you knew who those people were, you wouldn't sleep at night". I
> believe that Kubrick towards the end turned towards the good side, and
> wanted to get information out to the people. I believe that Kubrick
> was killed by advanced technology by people who he was once aligned
> OR, was Kubrick's death more closely related to 9-11 and the World
> Trade Center. This farout-idea is supported by an article at
> While on the subject of "Eyes Wide Shut" I have wondered if Tom Cruise
> and Nicole Kidman were also punished for acting in this movie, by
> breaking up their marriage. After all, the movie would have been
> nowhere near as famous if they hadn't acted in it. The secret
> government has technology they can beam at people to help break up
> marriages. I am not alone in this thought. I have read elsewhere on
> the net: I'm sure most readers will also be aware that it was the film
> which many considered one catalyst for Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman's
> marriage break-up.
> For more about "Eyes wide shut" see
> Dean Stonier
> Dean was the organizer and promoter of the Global Sciences Congress,
> that over the years hosted many top researchers including Phil
> Schneider and Al Bielek, the sole survivor of the Philadelphia
> Experiment. Dean died of a heart attack in August 2001, just a few
> months after a Denver Global Sciences Congress.
> Jim Keith
> Jim Keith died in 1999. Author of many books including Mind Control,
> World Control. Jim died in hospital during surgery to repair a broken
> leg he achieved while attending the infamous Burning Man Festival in
> Nevada. It seems a blood clot was released during the surgery and
> travelled to the heart causing a pulmonary edema.
> The sudden and suspicious deaths of 11 of the world's leading
> Who they were:
> 1. Nov. 12, 2001:
> Benito Que was said to have been beaten in a Miami parking lot and
> died later.
> 2. Nov. 16, 2001:
> Don C. Wiley went missing. Was found Dec. 20. Investigators said he
> got dizzy on a Memphis bridge and fell to his death in a river.
> 3. Nov. 21, 2001:
> Vladimir Pasechnik, former high-level Russian microbiologist who
> defected in 1989 to the U.K. apparently died from a stroke.
> 4. Dec. 10, 2001:
> Robert M. Schwartz was stabbed to death in Leesberg, Va. Three
> Satanists have been arrested.
> 5. Dec. 14, 2001:
> Nguyen Van Set died in an airlock filled with nitrogen in his lab in
> Geelong, Australia.
> 6. Feb. 9, 2002:
> Victor Korshunov had his head bashed in near his home in Moscow.
> 7. Feb. 14, 2002:
> Ian Langford was found partially naked and wedged under a chair in
> Norwich, England.
> 8. 9. Feb. 28, 2002:
> San Francisco resident Tanya Holzmayer was killed by a microbiologist
> colleague, Guyang Huang, who shot her as she took delivery of a pizza
> and then apparently shot himself.
> 10. March 24, 2002:
> David Wynn-Williams died in a road accident near his home in
> Cambridge, England.
> 11. March 25, 2002:
> Steven Mostow of the Colorado Health Sciences Centre, killed in a
> plane he was flying near Denver.
> Ron Bonds sold conspiracies. The Atlantan published books on unsolved
> mysteries and unexplained phenomena, from the Kennedy assassination to
> the ominous black helicopters of the New World Order. In the
> subculture of the paranormal, his reputation was such that writers for
> "The X-Files" used to call him for ideas.
> In April 2001, fifteen hours after eating a meal with warm beef from a
> Mexican restaurant in Atlanta, after an agonizing evening of vomiting
> and diarrhea, Bonds was taken by ambulance from their home to Grady
> Memorial Hospital. During an autopsy, the medical examiner found
> copious amounts of blood in the bowels, so he sent a stool sample to
> the Georgia Public Health Laboratory in Decatur. The lab discovered
> high levels of Clostridium perfringens Type A, a bacterium often seen
> in small quantities in beef and poultry. When it occurs in larger
> quantities -- anything above 100,000 organisms per gram is considered
> unsafe -- it can release toxins that cause diarrhea, vomiting and,
> rarely, hemorrhaging. The bacterium figures in 250,000 cases of food
> poisoning a year, the CDC estimates, only seven of which result in
> Four days after Bonds ate there, epidemiologists visited El Azteca to
> collect samples of ground beef from the steam table. When C.
> perfringens becomes dangerous, it usually has to do with cooked meat
> being held at too low a temperature. The lab found 6 million organisms
> per gram -- 60 times the safety threshold.
> One obvious question is: Why didn't other people get sick too? More
> info here.
> Philip K. Dick. (this came to me from a reader): Science fiction
> author of Bladerunner and Minority Report. Had continuing contact for
> several years, then died of a stroke under somewhat mysterious
> circumstances on March 2 1982. He was writing a non-fiction book about
> his experiences with alien contact. It was never published, and the
> manuscript has disappeared.
> Final Word from editor Stephanie Relfe: Since the field of UFO &
> secret government research seems to have a lot of danger attached to
> it, it is highly recommended that people involved in this do so only
> when they feel guided to do so by God and their intuition and higher
> self, NOT because it is exciting or profitable, or because "the world
> needs it". If you do what God wants you to do, I believe you will be
> given protection. Joan of Arc was given protection and success in the
> early stages when God was speaking to her. But later she continued on
> under her own steam, not noticing that God did not tell her to do more
> than he originally asked her to do, and she paid the price.