In Search of a NASA Deep Throat
Thursday, June 11, 2009 6:50:00 PM
by Jim E. Oglesby
|Freedom Of Information Act: Part Two
In Search of a NASA "Deep Throat"
Seeks To Reveal The Truth Behind the
September 15, 1968 Liaison between Extraterrestrials and Government Personnel.
Original Message -----
From: "Larry W. Bryant" <overtci.cavtel.net>
Cc: <foia.ksc.nasa.gov>; <nasafoia.nasa.gov>
Sent: Monday, June 08, 2009 5:57 AM
Subject: Item 2.36: In Search of a NASA "Deep Throat"
> When I sent my Feb. 13, 2009, FOIA request to the headquarters of the
> U. S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Washington, D.
> C. (see Item 2.18), I also CC'ed an electronic copy to their Kennedy
> Space Center (foia.ksc.nasa.gov). The request centers on what does
> NASA know - and when did it know it? - about the Sept. 15, 1968,
> UFO-E.T. encounter near the Kennedy Space Center, as recounted in JE
> Oglesby's 2008 memoir "Proof of Extraterrestrial Intelligence: The
> Cape Canaveral Apollo Program Chronicles."
By her April 15, 2009, response to my request (No.
> FOIA-09-HQ-F-0081), freedom-of-information officer Kellie N. Robinson
> displays the good ol' college try in processing my case:
> "The NASA Headquarters History Office and the NASA Headquarters
> Library conducted a search and from their searches provided the
> enclosed document responsive to your request.
> "The NASA Headquarters FOIA Requester Service Center also conducted a
> search and from that search provided a copy of the Concepts for
> Detection of Extraterrestrial Life (Report number NASA SP-56 [dated
> 1964]) and additional information regarding UFO's that may be of
> interest to you.
> "Additional documents responsive to your request, if available, would
> be maintained at the NASA Kennedy Space Center (KSC), in Kennedy
> Space Center, Florida. We are forwarding your request to the KSC
> FOIA Requester Service Center for direct reply to you."
> Although none of us in the UFO-research community would've been
> holding our breath over the expected outcome of the NASA records
> search, we do find from Robinson's few hundred pages of material
> several valuable tidbits of useful history - not the least of which
> is a photocopy of former NASA employee Richard C. Henry's essay "UFOs
> and NASA" (published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration - Vol.
> 2, No. 2; 1988). The paper's abstract states that it "offers a
> partial inside look at how that decision was made at NASA" [to reject
> President Carter's science advisor's 1977 recommendation "that a
> small panel of inquiry be formed by NASA to see if there had been any
> new significant findings on UFOs since the . . . [USAF 'Condon
> Report'] a decade earlier."
> Robinson's packet also contains several pieces of congressional
> correspondence (mainly responding to constituents' inquiries about
> the White House's science advisor's recommendation).
> A number of pages consist of indexed bibliographic summaries of
> various technical papers/reports/monographs from worldwide sources.
> One of these - a 1995 conference paper from the Los Angeles-based
> Aerospace Corp. - reveals that "the workshop reported on in this
> paper had as its main task the coordination of the definition and
> design of the Untethered Flying Observer (UFO). The UFO is conceived
> to be a free-flying vehicle hosted on a larger satellite." Now,
> imagine this prospect: a (U.S.-made) "UFO" capturing images of a
> genuine UFO that just might be observing the host satellite.
> During my wait for the KSC response to my FOIA request, Oglesby's
> case has ripened into an ideal candidate for seeking further
> whistleblowership -- namely via the following classified ad now
> posted on the inetgiant.com web site (as http://tinyurl.com/lvt6en ):
> == $1,000 REWARD for Verifiable Evidence of NASA's Coverup of the
> UFO-E.T. Experience at Kennedy Space Center ==
> If Floridian JE Oglesby is telling the truth in his 2008 memoir
> ("Proof of Extraterrestrial Intelligence: The Cape Canaveral Apollo
> Program Chronicles" - published by lulu.com), then perhaps his bust
> needs to be carved into Mount Rushmore. Near the end of his little
> homespun tome, he recounts how, during the evening of Sunday,
> September 15, 1968, he and two other men encountered a landed alien
> spacecraft at the shoreline of Lake Pickett (near the town of Bithlo,
> several miles west of the NASA Kennedy Space Center at Cape
> Canaveral, Fla.). Part of that encounter included the three
> witnesses' noticing a rendezvous between the E.T. craft and an
> official-looking, dark-colored sedan presumed to contain U. S.
> government personnel. (No wonder former astronaut Edgar Mitchell
> recently has reiterated his contention that certain NASA officials
> have had a key role in maintaining the official coverup of UFO-E.T.
> reality!) If you (or someone you know) possess verifiable evidence
> confirming Oglesby's case, and are willing to have an ad-hoc panel of
> UFOlogical experts submit that smoking gun for vetting by the U. S.
> Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, you (or (s)he) may qualify
> for a cash reward of $1,000 from me. Please send to me any
> applicable sworn declarations and "leaked" documentation (including
> photographic material, audio recordings, minutes of meetings,
> videotaped deathbed confessions, etc.), as follows: Larry W. Bryant,
> director of the Washington, D. C., office of Citizens Against UFO
> Secrecy; 3518 Martha Custis Drive, Alexandria, VA 22302; phone:
> 703-931-3341; e-mail: overtci.cavtel.net .