UFO’s the Cause of Nuclear Missile Malfunction

On September 27, 2010, UFOlogist Robert Hastings and retired Air Force Captain Robert Salas are going to hold a press conference at the National Press Club. The topic? UFO interference with nuclear missile facilities of course!

Although the government and U.S. military have denied most UFO reports and express no interest in the topic what so ever, many still claim the government is maintaining secret documents on the matter. Robert Hastings, author of UFO and Nukes, claims that over a 100 former U.S. Air Force personnel have come forward releasing information that negates the official stance of the U.S. Military.

So what does Captain Salas have to do with this? Salas claims that on March 16, 1967, an incident occurred in which some nuclear missiles became non-operational (fancy term for ‘they done broke‘). This happened at 2 separate facilities and just so happen to correlate with the times guards allegedly saw UFO’s hovering above about 30 feet from their location.

It seems these two are teaming up to put together this press conference. I don’t know what they are planning to do, other than that the article states they will have testimonies from one dozen former air force personnel. Personally, I have never liked the idea that just because an individual is/was part of the U.S. Air Force or any branch of the army, their testimonies are more creditable then that of someone not in the army. The human brain is easily fooled, and that is a fact.



About Bobby the Paranormal Skeptic
Bobby Nelson is a skeptic, writer, and co-host of Strange Frequencies Radio. His personal blog can be found online at www.porkrhine.com At one time, Bobby was what could be called a "true believer" in paranormal phenomenon. Having been an active investigator of the paranormal for 12 years with several different Toledo based teams, he has examined countless claims of activity. But years worth of research and investigation proved to him that the evidence for these claims are generally lacking and, furthermore, the vast majority of so-called scientific paranormal investigators were using improper methodologies which caused them to draw both false and misleading conclusions.

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