AIR FORCE SPY's SHOCKING BOMBSHELL
ADMISSION: UFOs NOT REAL!
by Thomas M. Sipos, LA Bureau Chief.
[July 21, 2002]
[WeeklyUniverse.com] True-life aliens
do not look like this gray alien! Even
more shockingly, no one has any idea what true-life aliens look like --
because they have never landed on Earth! That's the astonishing bombshell
admission made by a former high-level Air Force intelligence officer in
an exclusive interview with the Weekly Universe!
"In almost five years as
an agent, I never saw any evidence -- and I mean none -- that alien spacecraft
exist, or that the government even thinks they do," stated Air Force Captain
Hank Beckmann, Ret., during his exclusive interview.
a special agent in the organization that would investigate such things,"
said Captain Beckmann, referring to his former bosses at the Air
Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI, aka OSI). "I applied
to join OSI in no small part because I wanted to see for myself what the
heck the whole UFO thing was really about. What I found out was that
UFO groups are highly creative, not to mention relentless, in manufacturing
official 'proof' of a government coverup. It's like a matter of religious
faith for them.
everyone knows someone who says they have a friend or relative whose brother
or cousin or neighbor is in Air Force intelligence, and confided that it's
all real and there are regulations for dealing
with them, and so on and so forth." But Captain Beckmann dismisses
such rumors as urban legend. "There are doubtless regulations for
dealing with unidentified flying objects -- which could be aircraft, balloons,
debris or even birds. But that's a far cry from an admission that
we are being visited by alien spacecraft.
many strange incidents have been reported over the years, a high percentage
of them can almost certainly be chalked up to sightings of, or encounters
with, experimental military aircraft. How many sightings by reputable,
earnest Americans were actually of the B-2 or F-117 stealth aircraft before
the public had any idea about them? How many other reports were of
aircraft that are either still classified even as to their existence, or
never made it past the experimental stage?"
is best known from being featured on TV's Six
Million Dollar Man and Bionic
Woman series. But although its name was changed to Office of
Scientific Intelligence, Captain Beckmann reminds that Steve Austin was
an Air Force Colonel. "Richard Anderson,
who played Oscar Goldman, was so intrigued when he found out there was
a real OSI, he volunteered to do training videos for us -- which they took
him up on!"
the Air Force, Captain Beckmann considered applying for "expert
consultant" work on such Hollywood shows as The
X-Files, Dark Skies, and Roswell. "But I figured I'd have to
sell out, and go around talking about government coverups and such for
it to work. Heck, I'd probably be in high demand on the UFO circuit,
if not TV, if I just made stuff up. But I don't know how many people
want to listen to someone whose message is: there's no 'there' there."
thought about using my training to investigate paranormal phenomena on
the side, writing up full reports on each 'mystery.' I've always
had a hunch I could solve some of them. I doubt many of even the
most famous paranormal claims have been thoroughly investigated by an objective
party. Many of the stories are often exaggerated, with accompanying
statements likely distorted, and relevant evidence misinterpreted or overlooked.
I can tell that just be seeing some of them being recounted in television
is, I'm not independently wealthy, and don't have gobs of free time on
my hands. Plus, people hate debunkers, even when they are completely
right. To be honest, I was thinking I wouldn't necessarily debunk
anything, just thoroughly document it. Unfortunately, that would
certainly end up being the same thing in the vast majority of cases."
Beckmann currently resides in Texas under another name, where he works
as an attorney and writes horror fiction.
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