Monday, September 27, 2010

UFOs and Nuclear Bombs: It's Monday

According to this article in AOL News, years of silence will be broken today in Washington, DC when former U.S. Air Force officers come forward with information about UFOs at nuclear weapons sites.

According to the article, Air Force Capt. Robert Salas will host the press conference. Salas was a first lieutenant in 1967, and served as a missile-launch officer while stationed at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana. He also co-authored Faded Giant - a book about the military and government's conspiracy to cover-up the existence of UFOs.

On March 16, 1967, Salas was working at a launch-control center equipped with ten nuclear missiles.

"I got a call from the topside guard, telling me they were watching some strange lights flying around in the sky, making odd maneuvers. They didn't think they were airplanes because they were going very fast, turning on a dime and not making a bit of noise," Salas told AOL News. "A few minutes later, he called back, this time screaming into the phone, scared to death, and he said, 'Sir, I'm looking out my front window and there is a glowing red oval-shaped object hovering right above the front gate, and I've got all the guards out here with their weapons drawn.' "

Salas said following the siting, the missiles were disabled.

He says he believes that if enough military personnel testify in the existence of extraterrestrials and share their experiences, the public will start to take UFOs more seriously. He claims that the people who will come forward today will be just the "tip of the iceberg."

Hopefully we will hear more about this late Monday and early Tuesday. Read the whole article here.

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