by Prof. G. Cope Schellhorn
published by UFO Universe Magazine Fall 1997.
Death by gunshot to the
head. Death by probable poisoning. Death by probable strangulation.
Deaths possibly by implantation of deadly viruses. No one lives
Yet the recent suspicious deaths of UFO investigators
Phil Schneider, Ron Johnson,
Ann Livingston and Karln
Turner, as well as the deaths of a host of researchers in the past,
only seem to add emphasis to a reality with which many of the more
aware UFOIogists are now quite familiar: Not only is UFO research
potentially dangerous, but the life span of the average serious
investigator falls far short of the national average.
Mysterious and suspicious deaths among UFO investigators are nothing
new. In 1971, the well-known author and researcher Otto Binder wrote
an article for Saga magazine's Special UFO Report titled
"Liquidation of the UFO Investigators.' Binder had researched the
deaths of "no less than 137 flying saucer researchers, writers,
scientists, and witnesses' who had died in the previous 10 years,
"many under the most mysterious circumstances."
The selected cases Binder offered were loaded with a plethora of
alleged heart attacks, suspicious cancers and what appears to be
outright examples of murder.
We will have occasion to refer to many
of these cases, but first let us take a look at more recent evidence
of highly suspect deaths among present day researchers.
No one has shook up
more those who have been following UFO fact and rumor the past
low years than Phil Schneider. Schneider died January 17,
1996, reportedly strangled by a catheter found wrapped around
his neck. If the circumstances of his death seem highly
controversial, they are matched by the controversy over his
public statements uttered recently before his death.
Phil Schneider was a self-taught geologist and explosive
expert. Of the 129
deep underground facilities Schneider believed the U.S. government had constructed since
World War II, he claimed to have worked on 13. Two of these
bases were major, including the much rumored bioengineering
Dulce, N.M. At Dulce, Schneider maintained, "grey" -
humanoid extraterrestrials - worked side by side with American
technicians. In 1979, a misunderstanding arose. In the ensuing
shootout, 66 Secret Service, FBI and Black Berets were killed
along with an unspecified number of "greys". It was here he
received a beam-weapon blast to the chest which caused his later
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If Schneider is telling the truth, he obviously broke the code
of imposed silence to which all major black-budget personnel are
subjected. The penalty for that misstep is presumably
Schneider in fact maintained that numerous previous attempts had
been made on his life, including the removal of lug nuts from
one of the front wheels of his automobile. He had stated
publicly he was a marked man and did not expect to live long.
Some of Schneider's more major accusations are worthy of
(1) The American government concluded a
treaty with "grey"
aliens in 1954. This mutual cooperation pack is called the
(2) The space shuttle has been shuttling in special metals. A
vacuum atmosphere is needed for the rending of these special
alloys, thus the push for a large space station.
(3) Much of our stealth aircraft technology was developed by
back-engineering crashed ET craft.
(4) AIDS was a population control virus invented by the
Ordinance Laboratory, Chicago, Illinois.
(5) Unbeknownst to just about everyone, our government has an
earthquake device: The
Kobe quake had no pulse wave; the 1989
San Francisco quake had no pulse wave.
World Trade Center bomb blast and the
blast were achieved using small nuclear devices. The melting and
pitting of the concrete and the extrusion of metal supporting
rods indicated this. (Remember, Schneider's forte, he claimed,
Finally, Phil Schneider lamented that the democracy he loved no
longer existed. We had become instead a technocracy ruled by a
shadow government intent on imposing their own view of things on
all of us, whether we like it or not. He believed I l of his
best friends had been murdered in the last 22 years, eight of
whom had been officially disposed of as suicides.
Whatever we think of Phil Schneider's claims, there is no
denying that he was of peculiar interest to the FBI and
According to his widow, intelligence agents thoroughly searched
the premises shortly after his death and made off with at least
a third of the family photographs.
disturbing case is the death of Ron Rummel, ex-air force
intelligence agent and publisher of the Alien Digest, on August
6, 1993. Rummel allegedly shot himself in the mouth with a
pistol. Friends say, however, that no blood was found on the
pistol barrel and the handle of the weapon was free of
fingerprints. Also, according to information now circulating,
the suicide note left by the deceased was written by a
left-handed person. Rummel was right-handed. Perspiration on the
body smelled like sodium pentothal, or so it is alleged.
The Alien Digest ran to seven limited issues, all now almost
impossible to acquire. One thing is certain. Ron Rummel's
magazine was touching on sensitive issues such as the
predator/prey aspect of the alien/human relationship and the use
of humans as food and recyclable body parts. Did Rummel cross a
forbidden line? It would seem so. But which line, and where?
Interestingly enough, one of Rummel's friends was Phil
Schneider, and the two had been collaborating.
disturbing and more recent death is that of Ron (Jerrold)
Johnson, at the time MUFON's Deputy Director of
Investigations. Johnson was 43 years old and, it would seem,
in excellent health. He had just passed a recent physical
examination with the proverbial flying colors. However, on
June 9, 1994, while attending a Society of Scientific
Exploration meeting in Austin, Texas, Johnson died quickly
and amid very strange circumstances. During a slide show,
several people sitting close to him heard a gasp. When the
lights were turned back on, Johnson was slumped over in his
chair, his face purple, blood oozing from his nose. A soda
can, from which he had been sipping, was sitting on the
chair next to him.
Did Ron Johnson die of a stroke? Possibly. An allergic
reaction? Another possibility.
Some of the more outstanding facts of Ron Johnson's life
might easily lead a more skeptical-minded person to a
tentative conclusion that his death was probably neither
accidental nor natural. For instance, his most recent job
was with the Institute of Advanced Studies, purportedly
working on UFO propulsion systems. He had been formerly
employed by Earth Tech, Inc., a private Austin, Texas, think
tank headed by Harold Puthoff. It would appear he held high
security clearances, traveled frequently between San Antonio
and White Sands, and had attended 2 secret NATO meetings in
the last year or so. One of those meetings, it is rumored
dealt with ET communications.
As for exactly
what killed Ron Johnson, a number of possibilities beyond
natural ones present themselves. It is quite easy in this
day and age to induce strokes through chemicals or pulsed
radiation. It is just as easy, and has been for some time,
to induce heart attacks and other physical debilitations,
such as fast-acting cancers. The best bet is that Ron
Johnson was eliminated by a quick-acting toxin, perhaps a
nerve agent. As for exactly why he was killed, we will
probably never know.
The autopsy, somewhat ludicrously, has
been officially classified as inconclusive.
As a side note, a
nurse returning home from Austin shortly after Johnson's death
reported a similar death-situation aboard her plane. When she
tried to move rearward to offer her assistance, she was
forcefully restrained from doing so. Could it be, one wonders,
that some agent, through an accident, was the victim of his own
machinations? The idea strikes a nice note of poetic justice, if
in fact that were the scenario.
Another death involving elements of high strangeness is that of
Ann Livingston, who died in early 1994 of a fast-form of ovarian
cancer. Livingston made her living as an accountant, but she was
also a MUFON investigator and had in fact, published an article
entitled "Electronic Harassment and Alien Abductions" in the
November 1993 MUFON Journal. The article was highly critical of
Julianne McKinney, director of the Electronic Surveillance
Project of the Association of National Security Alumni. McKinney
discounts UFO phenomena, believing that what passes for such is
most often one kind of governmental ploy or another, whether in
the form of experimental machinery or experimental psychology.
Some facts which seem relevant to the case stand out. At 7:15
AM, December 29th 1992, Livingston's apartment close to O'Hare
airport, in Chicago, Illinois, was lit up brightly by a silverwhite flash. She was accosted later in the day while in
her apartment parking lot by 5 MIBs (Men in Black) which she
described as being almost faceless and carrying long,
flashlight-like black objects. She was rendered unconscious.
What, we must ask, assuming her story is true, was done to her
at this time, and why? And did it have anything to do with her
later rapidly-advancing ovarian cancer?
It is not a well-known fact that Ann Livingston had been
previously abducted. Her friend, Fran Heiser, has stated that
Ann Livingston had met two handsome people, a man and woman, on
an earlier trip to Mexico.
To Livingston's surprise, the man
told her that the attractive young lady she was meeting was in
fact her daughter.
intrusions from past UFO abductions have poisoned in some way
Ann Livingston's system? That is exactly the suspicion Karla
Turner (author of
Masquerade of Angels,
Into the Fringe) had about
the breast cancer that preceded her death during the summer of
1996. Both publicly and privately, Karla Turner held up the
specter of alien retaliation for statements she made in print,
especially in Masquerade of Angels. How much her suspicions were
founded in reality we will probably never know.
Who or what is killing UFO investigators now and in the past?
Probably some of the deaths presented here - that look at first
glance so suspicious - are in fact natural or accidental or
self-inflicted because of stress or mental imbalances. But, as
Otto Binder noted more than 25 years ago, there are so many...
Pure common sense, and good logic, should lead us to believe
that the high incidence of premature death in a field which has
a limited number of investigators is very disproportionate
compared to the population at large.
Spider Web of
What we may have IS a
concatenation, a spider web, of interweaving threads which are
causal and often, in fact, deadly.
One thread is the activities of
the US (and other) intelligence agencies.
Another thread is possible
A third thread is the involvement of certain
think tanks and private PSI/PK practitioners,
A possible fourth thread is highly reactionary religious
cults which feel they are carrying out the will of God.
It is more
than likely that one or more or all of the above agencies are
responsible in whole or in part for many of the deaths from the
recent past, which have already been mentioned and many of those
remaining cases from the present to the more distant past, some of
which we will now explore.
Danny Casolaro, an
investigative reporter looking into the theft of Project Promise
software, a program capable of tracking down anyone anywhere in
the world, died in 1991, a reported suicide.
Casolaro was also investigating several UFO "NO-Nos"
Area 51 and governmental bioengineering.
Not long ago, Mae Bussell, a gutsy, no-holds-barred, investigative radio host died
of a fast-acting cancer just like Ann Livingston and Karla
Turner. Bussell was acutely interested in UFOlogy.
The directors of
APRO, Coral and Jim Lorenzen (right), a Tucson-based
group, both died of Cancer.
Deck Slayton, the
astronaut, was purportedly ready to talk about his UFO
experiences, but cancer also intervened.
Brian Lynch, young
psychic and contactee, died in 1985, purportedly of a drug
overdose. According to Lynch's sister, Geraldine,
approached approximately a year before his death by an
intelligence operative working for an Austin, Texas, PSI-tech
company. Geraldine said they told Brian they were experimenting
on psychic warfare techniques. After his death, a note in his
personal effects was found with the words "Five million from
Pentagon for Project Scanate."
Capt. Don Elkin
In the '80s Eastern
Airlines pilot Capt. Don Elkin committed suicide. He had been
investigating the UFO coverup for over 10 years and, at the
time, was deep into the study of
the Ra material with
Rucker. There are reports of negative psychological
interferences having developed during this latter investigation.
Bizarre Death of
Certainly nothing is stranger, and breeds speculation more quickly,
than the 30-some-odd deaths associated with SDI (Star Wars) research
at Marconi Ltd. in England between approximately 1985-1988.
capsulated form is a list of a few of the more bizarre deaths:
Roger Hill, a
designer at Marconi Defense Systems, allegedly commits suicide
with a shotgun, March 1985.
Jonathan Walsh, a
digital communications expert employed by GEC, Marconi's parent
firm, falls from his hotel room, November 1985, after expressing
fear for his life.
another Marconi scientist, reportedly tied a rope around his
neck, and then to a tree, in October 1986, got behind the wheel
of his car and stepped on the gas with predictable results.
In March of 1988,
Trevor Knight, also associated with Marconi, died of carbon
monoxide poisoning in his car.
marketing director of the firm, was found shocked to death with
electrical leads in his mouth (August 1988).
Also during the same
month of the same year, Alistair Beckham was found shocked to
death with electric leads attached to his body and his mouth
stuffed with a handkerchief. He was an engineer with the allied
firm of Plessey Defense Systems.
And, finally, but by
no means the sole remaining death in this unique cluster, Andrew
Hall was found dead in September of 1988 of carbon monoxide
What, you may be asking,
does SDI research have to do with the deaths of UFO investigators?
Theoretically, quite a lot. If, as many investigators have
hypothesized, Star Wars research was initiated with the dual purpose
of protecting "us" against Soviet aggression and/or the presence of
UFO craft in our atmosphere, then several possibilities arise.
compelling is the idea that the soviet KGB, realizing that the
Western powers were on the verge of perfecting a high-powered
beam-weapon that could be used from outer space or atmospheric space
against them, marshaled a last-gasp, all-out espionage offensive to
slow or destroy the project. If this scenario is true, and the
weapon was indeed successfully developed, we have an explanation for
the collapse of the Soviet Union ("Surrender or you might be
Other explanations have been offered. For example, scientists
working on the project discovered the true nature of the research
they were involved with and the overwhelming stress led them to
suicide. Or they discovered that their real collaborators were "greys,"
or Western politicians working with/for grey aliens. One thing seems
obvious. Something went terribly wrong at Marconi. Scientists
usually don't commit the kinds of bizarre, "unscientific" suicides
we find here.
One other possibility is that a contingent of unfriendly ETs got
wind of what GEC and Marconi and its affiliates were up to and, to
protect themselves, created enough psychic trauma within the minds
of many of the scientists to drive them to suicide. But if this is
so, why have the deaths stopped? Has the project been shelved?
Highly unlikely. The best bet is that the project was completed,
roughly about 1988, and whatever it is, beam-weapon or otherwise, it
is now operational.
Certainly neither the public at large, and not even UFOlogists
generally, seem thoroughly aware of the real risks UFO investigators
run. In fact those UFOlogists who are aware of the suspicious deaths
of some of their colleagues in the 50s and 60s, seem to believe that
whatever forces and agencies that were then responsible have
softened their tactics in the `80s and `90s. The evidence, as we
have indicated, does not seem to support such a conclusion.
no doubt, however, that the `50s and `60s produced some strange
Jessup and McDonald
Undoubtedly the most
intriguing (and perhaps appalling) deaths in UFOlogy were those
of Dorothy Kilgallen, M.K. Jessup and Dr. James
McDonald - the
former an alleged accident, the latter two purported suicides.
The details of these deaths, despite official pronouncements to
the contrary, are disturbing to say the least.
Each of the three
individuals seemed to have much to live for, all were
successful, and everyone of them was deeply immersed in the
relatively new UFO-phenomena problem.
was the most famous syndicated woman journalist of her day.
Stationed in England in 1954 - 55, and privy to the highest
levels of English society and its secrets, she wired two unusual
dispatches which may have contributed to her death.
sent in February 1954, mentioned a "special hush-hush meeting of
the world's military heads" scheduled to take place the
following summer. The 1955 dispatch, which barely preceded her
death from an alleged overdose of sleeping pills and alcohol (a
la Marilyn Monroe), quoted an unnamed British official of
' We believe, on the basis of our inquiry thus far,
that saucers were staffed by small men - probably under four feet
tall. It's frightening, but there is no denying the flying
saucers come from another planet.'
Whatever the source (rumored to be
the Earl of Mountbatten),
this kind of leak in the atmosphere of the mid- 50s was an
unacceptable leak. It is well to recall that the secret
CIA-orchestrated Robertson Panel had met in 1953 and issued
Robertson Report. Briefly summarized, this document-and the
attitudes reflected there - represented a new hard-line attitude
to covering up all significant UFO phenomena. The year 1953 and
the meeting of the Robertson Panel truly initiated the
UFO coverup as we know it today, with a few extra dollops having
Did Dorothy Kilgallen actually commit accidental suicide? There
appears to be an excellent chance she had help.
Dr. James McDonald
physicist, Institute of Atmospheric Physics and also
professor in the Department of Meteorology at the
University of Arizona, died in 1971 purportedly of a
gunshot wound to the head.
no one who had worked harder in the 60s than
McDonald to convince Congress to hold serious,
substantial subcommittee meetings to explore the UFO
reality of which he was thoroughly convinced.
definitely a thorn in the side of those who
maintained the official coverup and, needless to
say, his passing to them would be a blessing.
McDonald, allegedly depressed, shot himself in the
But, alas, he didn't die. He was
wheelchair-ridden but somehow, several months after
his first attempt, he allegedly got in an
automobile, drove to a pawnshop, purchased another
pistol from his wheelchair, drove to the desert and
did himself in.
convenient, one might say, for his adversaries. And
McDonald, there can be no doubt, had made enemies.
The question is: How much did these enemies aid and
abet the demise of this most worthy and influential
James McDonald tried to convince Congress to look
into the UFO situation. He died after shooting
himself a short while later.
astronomer and archaeologist M. K. Jessup allegedly
committed suicide in Dade County Park, FL., in 1959
certain alarm bells should have gone off.
no doubt the well-known author of such influential
works as The Case for the UFO and The Expanding Case
for the UFO had been depressed.
had not been going well for him, and he had, it must
be admitted, indicated his gloom to close friends,
Ivan Sanderson, the biologist, and Long John Nebel,
the well-known New York City radio host. Sanderson
reported him disturbed by "a series of strange
events" which put him "into a completely insane
world of unreality."
Was the reality Jessup was faced with at the time
"completely insane" or were there, perhaps, forces
driving Jessup to the edge, forces with a plan? Anna Genzlinger thoroughly investigated his death.
"He was under some
sort of control."
these were the days of secret governmental mind-control
experiments which have only recently been uncovered.
astronomer Dr. M.K. Jessup was the first to reveal
details of the
Philadelphia Experiment - he died a few
Certain facts about
the case raise redflags.
For example, no autopsy was performed,
contrary to the state law. Sergeant Obenclain, who was on the
scene shortly after Jessup's body was discovered, has said for
the record, "Everything seemed too professional." The hose from
the car exhaust was wired on; and it was, strangely, washing
Jessup died at rush hour, with more than the usual
amount of traffic passing by. He had been visited by Carlos Allende three days before his death and according to his wife,
had been receiving strange phone calls. We know the navy was
very much interested in what he was doing; and we all know, or
should know, it is the ONI (Office of Naval Investigations) that
has been in the forefront, from the very beginning, of the
And what of particular interest was Jessup investigating at the
time? Something that was top secret and would remain so for some
the Philadelphia Experiment.
Dr. James McDonald tried to convince Congress to look into the
UFO situation. He died after shooting himself a short while
The late astronomer Dr. M.K. Jessup was the first to reveal
details of the Philadelphia Experiment - he died a few months
Frank Edwards, the noted
news commentator, died of an alleged heart attack on June 24, 1967,
on the 20th anniversary of the Kenneth Arnold sighting. Was that
Probably not. Several other prominent UFOlogists died the same day,
Arthur Bryant, the contactee, Richard Church, chairman of
and the space writer, Willie Ley. The circumstances surrounding the
death of Edwards, who like James McDonald was pushing for meaningful
Congressional subcommittee meetings, raise huge questions.
happens that a "World UFO Conference" was being held in New York
City at the Commodore hotel on that very day in June, chaired by
publisher and author Gray Barker. Barker stated publicly that he had
received two letters and a telephone call threatening that Frank
Edwards, who was not in attendance, would not be alive by the
It definitely looks like someone was sending a message. As an
unhappy sequel to this account, Rep. Rouse, who had been supporting
Edwards in his campaign for Congressional attention to the
issue, died of a similar heart attack shortly afterwards.
The annals of UFOlogy are frighteningly filled with the deaths of
UFOlogists from unusual cancers, heart attacks, questionable
suicides and all manner of strange happenings.
Did former Secretary
of Defense James Forrestal really commit suicide as purported by
jumping out a hotel window at about the time saucers may have been
crashing down in the southwestern desert? Was UFO writer Damon
Runyon, Jr.'s suicidal plunge off a Washington D.C. bridge in 1988
really an act of will?
What really happened to Dr. B. Noel Opan who,
in 1959, after an alleged visit by MIBs, disappeared, as did
Edgar Jarrold, the Australian UFOlogist, in 1960.
The late Ivan T.
Sanderson passed away unexpectedly. He was head of a major
How do we
explain the rash of heart attacks that took so many:
Edwards, Rep. Rouse,
author H. T. Wilkins,
Henry E Kock,
publicity director of the Universal Research Society of
author Frank Scully
contactee George Adamski?
How do we correlate accurately the large number of purported
Rev. Della Larson,
contactee, author Gloria Lee (Byrd),
Marie Ford, UFO enthusiast who discovered
researcher Doug Hancock, and,
researcher Feron Hicks?
What do we do
with the inordinately large number of cancer deaths which
pepper the UFO field and burn doubtful holes in our
Canadian researcher Wilbert B. Smith,
researcher Dr. Olavo Fontes,
Jim and Coral Lorenzen (photos
are earlier in this article),
the deaths of biologist
Ivan Sanderson (left) and CUFOS founder James A.
Hynek (right) both from rare brain cancer?
advanced in years, there are some who believe that Dr.
Hynek's death was because of "strange circumstances," due to
the high number of researchers who have died of brain tumors
If all or most of the facts offered above are accurate, one
thing seems obvious: Johnson was walking both sides of the
street. This in itself was highly dangerous, and he may have
paid the ultimate price in an attempt to serve more than one
Certainly not all of these individuals, as well as many
other less prominent researchers that space limitations do
not allow us to mention, were marked for termination.
perhaps most, died natural deaths. But so many of the cases
leave doubt; some seem to be branded by the mark of Cain.
know now how easy it is to induce strokes and heart attacks
through chemicals, pulsed beams and microbes. We have
learned that the federal government was (and still is)
An individual's mind is
rather easily manipulated, and minds can be subtly beaten
like putty into despair and madness.
UFOlogy is not the safe,
hobbyistic pastime some would like it to be. There is danger, real
danger in sticking your nose in places where the powers that be
don't want you to be. Many of the deaths related above are highly
suspicious. Some appear to be outright murder.
What is the cause, who the villain? Again, it must be emphasized
that the "problem" is complex. Rogue intelligence agencies,
ET groups, freelancing PSI-tech firms, and
groups all seem to play, or to have played, a part in the more
nefarious UFO-related events described here including the possible
homicides of UFO researchers in past decades as well as more
recently. It seems highly likely that sometimes one or more of these
agencies may be working together, either with or without the
knowledge of the other's presence.
What can we do about such a state of affairs? Several things. We can
inform ourselves like good democratic citizens. And we can inform
others. We can and must raise a hue and cry when we suspect foul
If we are to protect our very lives and the democratic hopes
we say we cherish, then we must not go, silent and ignorant, into
the night, pretending an innocence we have not earned.
Since the above article was written there have been other
notable deaths in the field, including:
(Author of the classic book: "Behold
a Pale Horse")
8 - 9 PM EST
Monday Nights on
WBCQ 7.415 MHz & 9-11 PM Tue. - Fri. on the Net
RADIO TALK SHOW HOST WILLIAM "BILL" COOPER
Eager, AZ -- Short-wave radio talk show host
Cooper was shot dead last night during a gun battle with
Sheriff's Deputies. According to Detective Frank Valenzuela
of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the shooting
took place at 11:40 PM outside of Cooper's home at 96 North Clearview Circle, Eager, AZ.
Det. Valenzuela stated that Deputies from the Apache County
Sheriff's Department were attempting to serve an arrest
warrant upon Mr. Cooper. The Warrant, issued by the Round
Judicial Precinct in Springerville, AZ charged Cooper with
one Count of Aggravated Assault With A Deadly Weapon, and
two Counts of "Endangerment." The Warrant was issued on
August 29, 2001 for an incident which allegedly took place
on July 11, 2001. The Court Case Number on the Warrant is
CR-01-0310. Neither Valenzuela, nor the Apache County
Attorney's Office would reveal the name of the alleged victim(s). They did say the complaint was signed by Detective Paul Kirkum of the Eager, AZ Sheriff's Dept.
According to Valenzuela, Police had intelligence that
had a large quantity of weapons in his home, and possibly
explosives. Valenzuela also said the police knew that during
his radio show on WBCQ, Cooper repeatedly stated that he
"would kill any law enforcement officers that tried to take
him." As such, the Sheriff's Department wanted to arrest
Cooper away from his home, so as to minimize the possibility
of armed conflict.
According to Police, Cooper lived on a hilltop over looking
several undeveloped areas and other homes below. Despite not
owning the land below his home, Cooper was known to chase
teenagers or young lovers off the land and Police decided to
use this to lure Cooper away from his home. Det. Valenzuela
stated that two undercover Sheriff's Deputies were sent in a
pick-up truck to the area below Cooper's home. There were
also two uniformed Deputies in the bed of the pick-up. As
expected, Cooper drove down to that area from his home and
told the two undercover Deputies to leave.
But Cooper left and drove away toward his home before the
undercover deputies could do anything. While on his way back
up the hill, a fully marked Sheriff's patrol vehicle blocked
the road (1) in front of Cooper. Uniformed members of the
Sheriff's Department SWAT Team (2) exited that marked
vehicle and told Cooper to stop, keep his hands where they
could see them and exit the vehicle. They say Cooper placed
one hand outside his window, then accelerated around the
police car, trying to run over a Sheriff Sergeant. Police
gave brief chase to Cooper's home.
Police say Cooper exited his vehicle, drew a handgun and
began firing at Deputies as he ran toward his house. One
Deputy Sheriff was struck at least once and possibly twice
in the head. (3) Another Deputy returned fire, hitting
The wounded Deputy was evacuated by Helicopter to a hospital
in Phoenix. Cooper was pronounced dead at the scene by
Paramedics who were at the scene standing-by (4).
The following questions arise from this incident:
would have had to pass the marked Police patrol Vehicle
while going down the hill.
Why would he do so without seeing it and fleeing?
Further, how could he drive around it once it came onto
the road while Cooper was enroute back to his home?
(2) If Police intended a peaceful, non-violent arrest,
why send a SWAT Team?
(3) If Cooper drew a gun and fired "while running back
toward his home" as police say, how could he hit a
Deputy once and possibly twice in the head? A head-shot
is a difficult thing to accomplish with a hand gun,
never mind two head shots while the shooter is running!
(4) Why were Paramedics "on the scene standing-by" if
Sheriffs intended this to be a peaceful arrest?
make The Hal Turner Show wonder if Bill Cooper
(Editor's note: & mind controlled?) to be gunned down, or
just a victim of his own big mouth and prudent police
planning? We pray for the soul of Mr. Cooper, and for the
life of the Deputy shot in the head.
While not a
researcher, I feel that Stanley Kubrick deserves a mention
here. I believe that Stanley Kubrick, who died shortly after
the release of his movie "Eyes
wide shut" was killed by advanced technology.
I believe that his earlier movie "2001 a space odyssey"
indicated that he was in alignment with the secret powers
that be. For example, it showed "The Black Block"
worshipped by masonry and is in the headquarters of the
United Nations in New York.
However, people change. He didn't produce a movie for twenty
years before he produced "Eyes wide shut". This movie was
kept in super secrecy until it came out. Even reviewers did
not see it until the day it was released. Most people did
not know what to make of it.
They didn't recognize it for
what I believe it was, namely a documentary, of the kind of
religious rituals that the powers that be are involved in.
In the movie Tom Cruise is told towards the end something
like "If you knew who those people were, you wouldn't sleep
I believe that Kubrick towards the end turned
towards the good side, and wanted to get information out to
the people. I believe that Kubrick was killed by advanced
technology by people who he was once aligned with.
OR, was Kubrick's death more closely related to 9-11 and the
World Trade Center. This farout-idea is supported by an
While on the subject of "Eyes Wide Shut" I have wondered if
Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman were also punished for acting
in this movie, by breaking up their marriage. After all, the
movie would have been nowhere near as famous if they hadn't
acted in it.
The secret government has technology they can
beam at people to help break up marriages. I am not alone in
this thought. I have read elsewhere on the net: I'm sure
most readers will also be aware that it was the film which
many considered one catalyst for Tom Cruise and Nicole
Kidman's marriage break-up.
For more about "Eyes wide shut" see
Dean was the
organizer and promoter of the Global Sciences Congress, that
over the years hosted many top researchers including Phil
Al Bielek, the sole survivor of the
Dean died of a heart attack in
August 2001, just a few months after a Denver Global
Jim Keith died
in 1999. Author of many books including
Mind Control, World Control.
Jim died in hospital during surgery to repair a broken leg
he achieved while attending the infamous Burning Man
Festival in Nevada. It seems a blood clot was released
during the surgery and traveled to the heart causing a
The sudden and
suspicious deaths of 10 of the world's leading microbiologists:
Nov. 12, 2001: Benito Que was said to have been beaten in
a Miami parking lot and died later.
Nov. 16, 2001: Don C. Wiley went
missing. Was found Dec. 20. Investigators said he got dizzy on a
Memphis bridge and fell to his death in a river.
Nov. 21, 2001: Vladimir Pasechnik,
former high-level Russian microbiologist who defected in 1989 to
the U.K. apparently died from a stroke.
Dec. 10, 2001: Robert M. Schwartz was
stabbed to death in Leesberg, Va. Three Satanists have been
Dec. 14, 2001: Nguyen Van Set died
in an airlock filled with nitrogen in his lab in Geelong,
Feb. 9, 2002: Victor Korshunov had
his head bashed in near his home in Moscow.
Feb. 14, 2002: Ian Langford was
found partially naked and wedged under a chair in Norwich,
Feb. 28, 2002: San Francisco resident Tanya Holzmayer was killed by a microbiologist colleague,
Guyang Huang, who shot her as she took delivery of a pizza
and then apparently shot himself.
March 24, 2002: David Wynn-Williams died in a
road accident near his home in Cambridge, England.
March 25, 2002: Steven Mostow of the Colorado
Health Sciences Centre, killed in a plane he was flying near
published books on unsolved mysteries and unexplained
phenomena, from the Kennedy assassination to the ominous
black helicopters of the New World Order. In the subculture
of the paranormal, his reputation was such that writers for
"The X-Files" used to call him for ideas.
In April 2001, fifteen hours after eating a meal with warm
beef from a Mexican restaurant in Atlanta, after an
agonizing evening of vomiting and diarrhea, Bonds was taken
by ambulance from their home to Grady Memorial Hospital.
During an autopsy, the medical examiner found copious
amounts of blood in the bowels, so he sent a stool sample to
the Georgia Public Health Laboratory in Decatur.
discovered high levels of Clostridium perfringens Type A, a
bacterium often seen in small quantities in beef and
poultry. When it occurs in larger quantities -- anything
above 100,000 organisms per gram is considered unsafe -- it
can release toxins that cause diarrhea, vomiting and,
rarely, hemorrhaging. The bacterium figures in 250,000 cases
of food poisoning a year, the CDC estimates, only seven of
which result in death.
Four days after Bonds ate there, epidemiologists visited
El Azteca to collect samples of ground beef from the steam
table. When C. perfringens becomes dangerous, it usually has
to do with cooked meat being held at too low a temperature.
The lab found 6 million organisms per gram -- 60 times the
One obvious question is: Why didn't other people get sick
More info here.
Philip K. Dick.
(this came to me from a reader)
author of Bladerunner and Minority Report. Had continuing
contact for several years, then died of a stroke under
somewhat mysterious circumstances on March 2 1982. He was
writing a non-fiction book about his experiences with alien
It was never published, and the manuscript has
Final Word from
editor Stephanie Relfe:
Since the field of
secret government research seems to have a lot of danger attached to
it, it is highly recommended that people involved in this do so only
when they feel guided to do so by God and their intuition and higher
self, NOT because it is exciting or profitable, or because "the
world needs it".
If you do what God wants you to do, I believe you
will be given protection. Joan of Arc was given protection and
success in the early stages when God was speaking to her.
she continued on under her own steam, not noticing that God did not
tell her to do more than he originally asked her to do, and she paid