Sunday, November 18, 2012

“UFOs and Nukes" Researcher Robert Hastings to Appear on Coast to Coast AM, Tonight - Sunday Nov. 18, 2012

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“UFOs and Nukes

Press Release
     Noted UFO researcher and author Robert Hastings will be interviewed by award-winning journalist George Knapp on the Coast To Coast AM radio program this Sunday, November 18, 2012.

During the program’s first hour, retired U.S. Air Force Colonel Charles Halt, former Deputy Base Commander of the RAF Bentwaters airbase in England, will discuss his involvement in the famous UFO-related incidents which occurred there in December 1980, including an appearance by one of the mysterious craft at the base’s nuclear Weapons Storage Area (WSA).

Halt overheard radio chatter from Security Police guards at the depot, saying that laser-like beams of light were being directed by the UFO down into or near the weapons bunker complex. This is the colonel’s first appearance on Coast to Coast.

During the program’s remaining three hours, Hastings will provide an overview of the UFO-Nukes Connection, which has been convincingly established by declassified U.S. government documents and the testimony of 130 military veterans interviewed by the researcher over the past 39 years.

Hastings is best known for his September 27, 2010 “UFOs and Nukes” press conference in Washington D.C., at which six former or retired U.S. Air Force officers and one former enlisted man discussed UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites during the Cold War era.

According to two of the participants—a former ICBM launch officer, Captain Bob Salas, and a former targeting officer, Captain Bob Jamison—UFOs caused ten Minuteman missiles to malfunction at Malmstrom AFB’s Oscar Flight on March 24, 1967.

CNN streamed the global media-covered event and the full-length video may be viewed below.

Hastings’ mid-October research trip to Montana uncovered several UFO sightings, as recently as September 21, 2012, reported by civilians living near ICBM launch facilities. The witnesses say that a dramatic increase in Air Force security patrols has been observed in the wake of the sightings, together with the presence of large numbers of missile maintenance vans.

In short, something significant has apparently occurred in the region in recent weeks, suggesting that nukes-related UFO activity did not end decades ago but is a current phenomenon.

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