Trump Administration Suddenly Announces
Return of American Astronauts to the Moon …
Before End of President Trump’s Second Term!
Find Out “Why” Here:
1- 1897 Mystery Airship
2- The History of Gravity Research
3- 1966 Temple OK Project Blue Book case
4- 1983 Mobile AL case
5- 2001 Chicago O’Hare case
6a- 1979 Colusa CA case
6b- 1979 Colusa CA case
6c- 1979 Colusa CA case
7a- 1972 Venezuela case
7b- 1972 Venezuela case
7c- 1972 Venezuela case
8- 1951 Gordon Cooper intercept
9- 1957 Gordon Cooper/Edwards AFB encounter
10- 1967 Falcon Lake (scene 3)(version S)(door open)r2
1- Warning Sign
2- Giant Alien Sculpture and at Entrance to Facility
3- Open Base Camp
4- Base Camp Photographers Ready to capture Event
5- Fox News Van at Base Camp
Michael Schratt (private pilot/military aerospace historian) has been investigating UFO encounters for over 25 years. Between 2008 and 2009, Michael meticulously reviewed a minimum of 50,000 cases which were preserved at the CUFOS (Center For UFO Studies) archives in Chicago. In an effort to maintain an important part of our national history, Michael has re-created dozens of highly credible UFO cases by the use of drawings, illustrations and commissioned artwork. Many of these include USO (Unidentified Submerged Objects), actual extraterrestrial encounters, and pre-UFO history cases which have never seen the light of day.
How does a kid that grew up in what once was a very large Apricot orchard in the middle of what is now Silicon Valley become an authority on Area 51, the Blackbirds and things that go bump in the night. It’s a simple three part strategy:
1- Your Dad came into your room, you’re five years old and says….”I don’t know what’s coming, but we have to see it.” You go outside and what is coming over the Coast Mountains? Not one or two, but 24 Convair B-36s.
2- You are now seven, your best friends Dad is base Commander at Moffett Field NAS. You get locked in the cockpit of the Lockheed XF-104 that was in the Big Hangar 1 after being tested in the NACA Ames wind tunnels, and you get locked in the cockpit and the SPs need to get you out.
3- You are TDY to Edwards AFB a dozen or so years later. You are there to install and maintain ground based telemetry for Cat 1 testing for three programs. Two of which you know about, the other is still classified. It’s March 10, 1964, and you see it for the very first time, a Lockheed Blackbird in full burner and you are never the same.
That kid was me…….Jim Goodall