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Friday, April 17, 2015
Nick tells us that, according to Kathy Kasten's files, this William Lovelace at one point examined the bodies found at Roswell!Are these bodies by any chance the same as the ones depicted in the forthcoming slides? I wonder: does anyone feel very confused (as I do) by the continual talk of different 'bodies' associated with this case? Nick himself is, or was several years ago, a proponent of the idea that these 'bodies' were in fact Japanese progeria victims, although this idea is now out of vogue. So it looks as if we have yet another 'bodies' line of enquiry to follow up (i.e. for those who wish to follow up such lines). Now you know why Roswell never dies, and my hopes that it might finally die after May 5 now look very forlorn.
By cda, at Friday, April 17, 2015
CDA: who is to say that they are "different bodies?" As I note in the article, KK was digging very deep into the issue of the Japanese people held at Fort Stanton, Lincoln County, and she believed (as her files show) that some kind of secret, domestic project was the source of the story. So, in that sense, we could be talking about something along those lines. I have no idea what the bodies allegedly seen by Lovelace looked like, as KK's notes don't discuss that. But they do discuss data that KK uncovered - granted rumors etc - suggesting Lovelace HAD seen the bodies. If nothing else, KK's material provides another avenue for research. Where will it all lead to? Dunno. But, at least, there is enough good material, names, dates, places etc to dig into. Which is what I'm now doing.
By Nick Redfern, at Friday, April 17, 2015
In terms of a payback of some revelation regarding the various scenarios, to me this research is like following the tracks of a creature who passed this way over half a century ago. I get the intuitive sense that many have been erased by time.Its a formidable task creating a retroactive paper trail running backward in time to reconstruct whats missing regarding any scenario way back when when all the players are long since dead.While I wish you luck, the odds are ( I suspect) you will find more innuendo versus a conclusive argument.This same play of vague inferences seems to mutate as a cycle of repetition as the evidence is happenstance.
By Bruce Duensing, at Friday, April 17, 2015
CDA-The second sentence of your comment is telling.AJB
By Anthony Bragalia, at Saturday, April 18, 2015
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