- uploaded: Mar 26, 2012
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Take an interesting journey with Col. Woodard who spent 11 years 28 stories down under Area 51 and had...well, let's say he had some interesting experiences
Retired Colonel Billie Faye Woodard and twin sister, Zuria were born in our hollow earth, and delivered to outer earth on September 18, 1951.
They were born with exceptional abilities. Billie can remember their parents talking to them as babies. Soon after their birth, their hollow earth parents told them they would not be living with them any longer. They were taken to Wichita Falls, Texas and put in a litter barrel garbage container in a park where a passing park attendant and a police officer heard them crying. They were retrieved and put in an orphanage and about 5 years later were adopted by a US Air Force Colonel Woodard, his wife and two sons. Billie's adoptive parents were both of American Indian descent, the mother an Apache, and adoptive father, a Cherokee. Billie's adoptive mother died this year and was cremated in a sacred Apache burial ritual which Billie was able to attend. The adoptive father is still living, but not doing too well in health.
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