Thursday, September 29, 2005

Noted UFO Researcher Stanton T. Friedman Speaks at Niagra College

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UFO researcher discusses alien visits


     SANBORN - "Yes, Virginia, there are flying saucers."

     Noted UFO researcher Stanton T. Friedman made two free guest appearances at Niagara County Community College Tuesday, provoking a crowd of about 250 at the nighttime lecture to think of the possibility that alien spacecrafts have landed on Earth.

     He outlined four major conclusions of his 47 years of studying unidentified flying objects: there is overwhelming evidence some UFOs with aliens have visited Earth; the U.S. government has covered up the visitations of aliens; none of the arguments by nay-sayers have any clout; and the visitation by aliens and their spacecraft is the biggest story of the millennium.

     Friedman cited his lengthy studies of the reported alien landing at Roswell, N.M., in 1947 and showed slides from his own visits to the Roswell area.

     Friedman also said since he believes planets far from Earth have been in existence for billions of years, the inhabitants of such planets have had much more time to come up with more sophisticated means of travel than we have here.

     Friedman worked for 14 years as a nuclear physicist for such companies as General Electric, General Motors, Westinghouse, TRW Systems, Aerojet General Nucleonics and McDonnell Douglas on such advanced, classified, and eventually canceled projects as nuclear aircraft, fission and fusion rockets and nuclear power plants for space.

     Friedman showed the audience shots of newspaper stories reporting the supposed alien landing at Roswell, N.M., in 1947.

     The government later said the landings were not of UFOs, but a weather balloon or radar deflector, said Friedman.

     Friedman concluded by saying that the subject of flying saucers represents a cosmic "Watergate" that should be uncovered.

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  2. Yes, flying saucers are real.

    No, one did not crash at Roswell. It was a govt. balloon. A secret balloon, but still just a balloon.

    Mr. Friedman does not adress all the lies Major Marcel told about his credentials and accomplishments; so are we supposed to believe this officer about the debris?

    Having read both the proRoswell literature and the Korf and Pflock books, any objective person is forced to conclude that Korf and Pflock clobber Roswell.

  3. Stan Friedman Writes:


    I gather Mr. Glass will believe what he chooses to believe. Has he actually read my book "Crash at Corona" or my many papers about Roswell and the attacks on Roswell?. Neither Korff nor Pflock have solved the Roswell problem. Tell him to give me an address and I will send some materials if he is interested in the truth as opposed to the anti-Roswell propaganda. He might check out David Rudiak's pieces about the attacks on Marcel. His position as Intelligence Officer for the most elite Military group in the world should tell us a great deal.

    Stan Friedman


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