Open Minds Radio - Bill Moore MP3 Download

Open Minds Radio - Bill Moore MP3 Download
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Hear Bill Moore on the Open Minds Radio show as he talks about his research in the PHILADELPHIA EXPERIMENT as well as THE ROSWELL CRASH.

While Bill Moore was based in Minnesota and still publicising The Philadelphia Experiment he met with fellow UFO researcher Stanton T. Friedman who he knew, to compare notes. Friedman stated to Moore that he had recently travelled to Louisiana and spoken to a retired Major Jesse Marcel, after following up on an earlier lead he received from a radio station manager whilst he was waiting for an interview. Jesse Marcel detailed to Friedman his involvement in an incident that had occurred almost 30 years previously - the handling of wreckage from an alleged crash of a craft during July 1947 in Roswell, New Mexico.

Moore also had some information pertaining to a UFO crash and when they thought it could be connected to the same story, they began to research the case further. Moore later raised the idea of a book with his writing partner Charles Berlitz who liked the idea. Within a relatively short period of time Moore conducted the field work, interviewed eyewitnesses, prepared reports and sent them to Berlitz in New York who wrote up the chapters of the book. The Roswell Incident was published in 1980 and was the first book written about the alleged Roswell UFO crash/retrieval. Interactions with 'The Aviary'

In late 1980 after the release of The Roswell Incident, Moore received a phone call after appearing on a radio show where he was promoting the new book. In October 1988 on the nationally televised UFO Cover-Up?: Live! broadcast Bill Moore described:

"I got a phone call after appearing on a radio show from a man who said 'you're the only person we've heard talk about this subject, who seems to know what he’s talking about'. He convinced me that he was a government intelligence agent and wanted to begin disseminating some information about UFOs to the public". The original contact Moore later met was to be known as 'Falcon'. In exchange for information received Moore would keep tabs on sections of the UFO research community. This also included taking part in disinformation activities against Paul Bennewitz with AFOSI agent Richard C. Doty, as Moore would later admit at the 1989 Las Vegas MUFON conference. Throughout the 80s the group of intelligence contacts grew in number, each given a bird name - hence they became known as 'The Aviary'.

In June 1982 television producer Jaime Shandera joined forces with Moore to attend the meetings and collaborate on the research, including the discovery of the existence of MJ-12 - the purported high-level policy making group overseeing the UFO and extraterrestrial issue. In 1984 Moore and Shandera received the now infamous MJ-12 documents as a 35mm black and white film that was mailed to Jaime Shandera in a plain brown envelope. Their contacts with The Aviary continued until the 1990s when Moore and Shandera eventually left the UFO research field.

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