The UFO Chronicles this morning by co-host, David Biedny of The Paracast.
Noted Ufologist Robert Hastings who has spent decades researching UFO activity at or near sensitive military installations, particularly those with a nuclear arsenal has unearthed these latest witnesses; he brings them to The Paracast this Sunday for an exclusive session to disclose their experiences.
The two witnesses, Bruce Fenstermacher and Patrick McDonough are the latest names to be added to an ever-growing list of former personnel to step forward in reporting UFO activity at or near nuclear weapons facilities, specifically missile launch sites.
Bruce Fenstermacher was a crew commander at FE Warren Air Force Base in 1976 when UFOs were sighted there; McDonough’s sighting occurred while serving as a Chief of Party for the Field Survey Team of the 1381st Geodetic Survey Squadron, the incident took place at Malmstrom AFB in 1966.
Robert Salas, a former Deputy Missile Combat Crew Commander at Oscar-Flight (Malmstrom AFB) in 1967 who was one of the first witnesses to go public with reports UFO activity during his tenure will join the panel as well.
The military in general, and the Air Force principally in these instances has continually played down and or denied UFO reports at our nation’s most sensitive military installations; however, the declarations of a continually expanding list of the military personnel “who manned these facilities,” are in stark contrast to that position; along with these eyewitness accounts, there are newspaper reports, declassified documents, as well as civilian witnesses which offer corroborating evidence in support of the UFO presence.
This Sunday’s episode of The Paracast is one not to miss!
On this week's episode, airing Sunday evening, March 29, 2009, The Paracast, widely recognized as the gold standard of paranormal radio, features exclusive reports on UFO sightings direct from veteran military witnesses.
Longtime UFO-Nukes Connection researcher Robert Hastings has worked with The Paracast to bring two new military witnesses forward to describe for the very first time, publicly, their experiences with UFOs sighted over sensitive nuclear missile launch sites.
Bruce Fenstermacher was a Minuteman III combat crew commander at FE Warren Air Force Base in 1976 when his experience occurred, while Patrick McDonough was a Chief of Party for the Field Survey Team of the 1381st Geodetic Survey Squadron, and was at Malmstrom AFB when his encounter a sighting of a UFO at very close range, along with two other witnesses occurred in 1966.
More details surrounding both witnesses will be available at the Paracast forums on Sunday, March 29, 2009, when the episode airs. Also joining the show will be former USAF Captain Robert Salas, who will be discussing his well-known encounter at Malmstrom AFB in 1967, where a UFO apparently disabled the targeting computers on multiple Minuteman ICBMs while he was a Deputy Missile Combat Crew Commander at the facility. Robert Hastings rounds out the panel as a special guest co-host for the episode.
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Gene Steinberg is the award-winning best-selling author of more than 30 technology books and has written columns for Gannett News service, CNET, and USA Today. His other radio show, the popular The Tech Night Owl LIVE (www.techbroadcasting.com), has been featured at Apple Computer’s QuickTime site and highly rated by iTunes users.
David Biedny is a leading digital effects, graphics and multimedia expert. His writing, educational efforts, multimedia and special effects work have enjoyed global exposure. He is considered by many longtime industry players to be one of the technical and creative pioneers of personal computer-based multimedia.