There have been lots of conspiracy theories circulating around about CoVid-19. Remember one thing above all. None of it can be proven.
By their own admission, the three roommates had been out “honky tonking” that night. It was a little after 11 on July 8, 1953, when Edward Watters, 28, Thomas Wilson, 20, and Arnold “Buddy” Payne, 19, found themselves traveling down a lonely stretch of Highway 78 west of Atlanta. Wilson and Payne shouted for Watters to stop. He slammed the brakes, but it was too late. They’d hit something.
Claude Limberger talks at one of Hildegard Gmeiner’s monthly Experiencers’ Gathering in Toronto at Thatchannel.com.
“If they are here, I hope they’re nice,” Musk says.
Scientists searching the universe for aliens to conduct survey of the public for views on first contact