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UFO ‘Secrets’ To Be Revealed In September, Says National Atomic Testing Museum

Posted by Anonymous on September 4, 2012

In just a few weeks, some kind of UFO-related secrets will be revealed at a Smithsonian Institution affiliated museum.

That’s the implied promise in the title of a special lecture coming up at the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas on Sept. 22.

The secrets haven’t yet been revealed, but the players involved certainly present the potential for something intriguing to emerge from this one-night event that’s part of the museum’s ongoing Area 51 lecture series.

Watch this promo for the upcoming UFO lecture at the National Atomic Testing Museum. …

At the Sept. 22 lecture, Pope will speak of the similarities between how the U.K. and U.S. governments had similar UFO study groups and why both countries officially got out of the UFO business.

“In both instances, the bottom line was that we wanted Joe Sixpack off our backs. Strip out all the mistaken sightings of weather balloons and dump all the crazies, and we might just have something worth looking at,” Pope told HuffPost in an e-mail.

“But you can’t do that in a public UFO project, because it’s a kook magnet,” he said. “The trick is to highlight all the crazy stuff in the media, so the subject becomes a joke, pull the plug, then run the whole thing covertly. Now I’m not saying this is exactly what happened, but if an Air Force pilot sees something unusual and it’s tracked on military radar, does anyone seriously think we wouldn’t be interested?” …

via UFO ‘Secrets’ To Be Revealed In September, Says National Atomic Testing Museum.

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One Response to “UFO ‘Secrets’ To Be Revealed In September, Says National Atomic Testing Museum”

  1. Fred Killer said

    Nick Pope is a very suspect character to me. He’s contradicted himself openly about UFO’s in interviews.

    One minute they’re real, the next it’s all bunk.

    You won’t learn much here that you didn’t already think you knew, I think.

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