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In 1985, the late former astronaut Gordon Cooper, addressing a United Nations panel, said: "For many years I have lived with a secret, in a secrecy imposed on all specialists and astronauts. I can now reveal that every day, in the USA, our radar instruments capture objects of form and composition unknown to us."
In his book, Leap of Faith: An Astronaut's Journey into the Unknown, published in 2000, the astronaut also claimed that he himself had viewed a May 1957 film of a crashed extraterrestrial craft at California's Edwards Air Force Base, but that the film was afterward sent to the Pentagon, wherein it disappeared.

In October of 1988 on the ABC program "UFO Cover-up: Live," produced by Seilgman Productions, Former Security Manager and Chief of Audio-Visual Requirements Paul Shartle, made a fantastic claim: He said that in May of 1971, at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, an apparently scheduled event took place in which a disc-shaped spacecraft, accompanied briefly by two others, landed. The craft opened, and three apparent extraterrestrials emerged, carrying translators.

Victor Afanasyev, himself a former Soviet cosmonaut, claimed to have seen an unidentified craft while in space in 1979. He said that it had been some seventy to eighty feet away from his craft, and had itself been some one hundred twenty feet in length, with openings and wing-like features. His account appeared on the TV program “Sightings" in 1994, and is also available on

Brigadier-General Arthur Exon, the former commanding officer of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, made a bizarre claim. In Whitley Strieber’s 1998 book Confirmation--The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us, the Brigadier-General claimed that in July of 1947, an extraterrestrial craft crashed in New Mexico. He also claimed that both it, as well as what remained of its occupants, were recovered by the US Government.

Former Senator of Arizona Barry Goldwater, in a 1998 Larry King interview, candidly said that he believed that UFOs were a real phenomenon, and that he suspected that the US Government was secretly investigating it.

Former US astronaut Edgar Mitchell, in a speech given in October of 1997, related his suspicion that many of the craft responsible for the more sinister alleged activities of sighted space ships are in fact reverse-engineered extraterrestrial space craft under the control of humans who think themselves to be above all law.

In late September 2005, at the University of Toronto, former Canadian Minister of Defense and Deputy Prime Minister Paul Hellyer publicly accused our current Bush Administration of planning to "build a forward base on the Moon, which will put them in a better position to keep track of the goings and comings of the visitors from space, and to shoot at them, if they so decide." He also proclaimed that "the United States military are preparing weapons which could be used against the aliens, and they could get us into an intergalactic war without us ever having any warning."



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