Midnight In The Desert — Bob Lazar

Bob Lazar, Area 51 & UFOs with Jeremy Corbell on BEYOND the DARKNESS

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Bob Lazar, Area 51 & UFOs with Jeremy Corbell on BEYOND the DARKNESS

Documentarian Jeremy Corbell visited with Dave Schrader & Tim Dennis on the best in paranormal talk radio, BEYOND the DARKNESS. Bob Lazar made history when he came forward with claims of working on a secret government program, back engineering UFO technology. His claims seemed impossible to believe, Bob was a reluctant hero, not seeking fame or fortune but seeking to share what he believed to be important information that the world should know. Jeremy Corbell digs deeper than anyone ever has before in his new documentary and uncovers conclusive evidence that sheds new light on this historic story. Today he...

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Mind-Games At Area 51? 30 Years Later

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Mind-Games At Area 51? 30 Years Later

In my recent article titled “A Case for Man-Made UFOs Or Not?” I mentioned Bob Lazar’s claims of working on recovered UFOs at a certain, secret base in Nevada in late 1988. You know the base. We all do: Area 51. Or, as Lazar said, a specific portion of Area 51 called S-4. As I stated in my article: “Some researchers believe that Lazar saw flying saucers built and flown by Uncle Sam. Others say that the craft were from another world. There are those who conclude Lazar made the whole thing up. Me? I think it was probably a...

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Speaking of Bob Lazar, Remember His “Water Powered Car” [Video]

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Speaking of Bob Lazar, Remember His “Water Powered Car” [Video]

Decades ago, when an individual claimed to work at a military facility that required top level security clearance and spoke about classified military secrets and technology, they were ridiculed. This is why, in some cases, they were allowed to speak and share sensitive information, because most of it was so unbelievable and easy to ridicule that, instead of the world of secrecy retaliating, they let these individuals speak their mind. In the past, individuals “blowing the whistle,” regardless of whether or not their backgrounds could be verifiable, was something that didn’t happen as much as it happens today. Take for...

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