Tuesday, February 09, 2016

UFO Activity at Nuclear Weapons Sites: Military Veterans’ Testimony Sought

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By Robert Hastings
The UFO Chronicles

     Since 1973, I have interviewed more than 150 U.S. military veterans regarding their nuclear weapons-related UFO experiences while in the service. Seven of those individuals participated in my UFOs and Nukes press conference in Washington D.C., on September 27, 2010. CNN live-streamed the event and the video is below:

Other veterans have appeared in my soon-to-be released documentary film, UFOs and Nukes: The Secret Link Revealed. Two short excerpts may be viewed below:

These persons’ testimony makes clear that UFOs have exhibited a longstanding and ongoing interest in American nuclear weapons sites—missile silos, bomb/warhead storage depots, ICBM and bomb-detonation test areas—extending from the late 1940s to the present day. Indeed, thousands of declassified U.S. Air Force, FBI and CIA documents confirm the reality of the situation.

Most of the veterans I have spoken with were involved in incidents in the 1960s, ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s. However, a few of them were in the service after the year 2000. Based on the accounts provided by the last group, it becomes obvious that UFOs still visit nuclear weapons sites well into the 21st Century. I am very interested in hearing from those veterans who experienced such an incident during the past 10 years. I am creating an oral history and want to update it. (Any veteran’s account is of course welcomed. No contacts from active duty personnel please.)

The importance of these incidents is self-evident and, in my view, the American people—and the rest of humanity—have a right to know the facts. If you have an account to share, please contact me at ufohastings@aol.com or robertufohastings@gmail.com. You will be asked to provide your DD214 before the interview takes place. While I prefer that you allow me to use your name in any future article I might publish about your case, I assure you that you will remain anonymous if that is your preference. One example of the latter may be read here:

1 comment :

  1. I look forward to seeing the rest of Robert's production as soon as he finds a vehicle to host his documentary. Just from the trailers that is provided I will say that his stock footage is commendable. Though I'm in disagreement with the Nukes and UFO theory, especially the Malmstrom stories, Robert appears to have surpassed the disappointing production that was provided by the Discovery Channel (Canada) series a couple of years ago. Of course this being based solely on the provided trailers.


    Tim Hebert


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