- uploaded: Nov 6, 2011
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There have been a remarkable series of UFO sightings in and around Kansas City since April. Of course, they have been debunked by the media because of a flight of small aircraft that took wing during the week of October 10. However, that's hardly the whole story. Listen as Linda Moulton Howe interviews Margie Kay about an account by a retired police officer who had an extensive close encounter of the third kind in his back yard on April 5, 2011 at three in the morning.
Linda says, "I think that it is one of the saddest comments on human civilization that this man must remain anonymous or risk being ridiculed." He has 90 minutes of time he cannot account for but has refused to make any further attempt to learn what happened to him.
But his case is only a small part of what is proving to be a major part of one of the greatest UFO flaps in history, the worldwide event of 2011.
In addition to the report, there is a completely astonishing dialogue between Linda and Whitley about 2012. It is probably the single most interesting thing your Dreamland editor has ever heard on the topic. Do not miss this one!
Linda Moulton Howe's website is Earthflies.com.
Any information for Linda? Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seen something in Missouri or the Kansas City area? Email Margie Kay at MargieKay06@Yahoo.com
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