Thursday, May 31, 2012

Randle's Mysterious Pumice

Roswell. 1947. Some people claim that an alien starship crashed in that area of New Mexico. There are stories about pieces of metal from that doomed craft that one could crumple up into a ball and it would flatten itself out, a molecular memory.

And then there's the pumice.


The non-fiction book, "The Truth About the UFO Crash at Roswell" (1994), details the 1991 investigation by Kevin Randle and Donald Schmitt into the Roswell crash. They interviewed people who said they had held hard evidence of the crash, evidence that somehow has disappeared, apparently sucked up by the US government's TOP SECRET vacuum cleaner.

In the chapter entitled "A Complete Examination of the Evidence" I found this statement:

"Kevin Randle handled a small piece of material that he was told was picked up on the crash site. It looked like gray pumice, had no weight to it, some stratification, and seemed to be very tough. It didn't act like any pumice he had ever seen."

I wondered what happened to that hard evidence but there's no mention of the strange pumice in the rest of the book. Some Googling didn't turn up anything.

I couldn't locate an email address for Kevin Randle so I left a comment on his blog, A Different Perspective, inquiring about the mysterious material. So far no reply.

But in trying to find contact info for Randle I did come across the Wikipedia entry under his name. Apparently someone (not me) slipped one through the Wikipedia watchdogs because Randle is described as a "prominent ufoologist."

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Important Notice From Jim Moseley

In the latest issue of Saucer Smear (May 20th, 2012) Jim Moseley included this item:

"As of this writing, it looks like your Editor will soon have a serious operation.  The next issue of 'Smear,' as well as answers to your letters, etc., may be delayed for a currently unknown period of time.  More later, hopefully..."

Jim added this statement:

"Details are KLASS-ified."

Good luck with the surgery, Jim.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Mental Capability And The Hand Lotion Threat

Is there a conspiracy to target certain human genetic types with hand lotion as a delivery system of destruction?

Leave it to the theorists at the Liberty Net -- the ham radio/Internet forum for ultra-patriots -- to discuss such an idea as a plausible threat. During a recent get-together longtime member Al Parker mentioned a news story from New Zealand about a mysterious group of vendors -- apparently Israeli citizens - who were aggressively pushing hand lotion from a shopping mall kiosk. The same organization has also set up kiosk operations in other malls in Australia and the United States.

According to the NZ article, the vendors disappeared overnight, leaving considerable damage to the plumbing in a rental unit after they whipped up some of the special lotions.

Al Parker suggested that maybe the so-called Israeli vendors were actually Arab terrorists in disguise. The operation could be a front for biological warfare, setting up kiosks all over the world, ready to spread a deadly agent at the same time. He thought the vendors were "creepy," questioning why they came all the way to the United States to distribute their products. Of course, maybe it was just a scam but...

Liberty Net controller Vic Misek agreed with Parker, saying that most people were suckers, believing in anything. After all, he said, they voted for Obama. He added that the vendors could easily introduce radioactive substances or carcinogens into the product, causing victims to suffer lingering deaths.

Two other LibNetters chimed in, each saying that he had been approached by the same operation in their respective hometown area malls. The vendor urged each one to try the hand lotion. Both had forgotten about the incident until Parker brought it up.

Misek wondered what kind of intelligence operation could be run through a mall kiosk. Parker raised the issue of why the hand lotion vendors wanted to touch the people, rubbing in free samples. He claimed there are reports that "They" have race- and ethnic-specific bio-weapons. So the vendor with his different genetics would be immune to whatever he was rubbing into a person's hand.

Misek concurred, saying that there could be a substance in the lotion that would affect the mental capability of the victim, rendering that person harmless, but targeting only those people with a particular genetic transcript.

Like the angry white men (and one woman) who participate in the Liberty Net?

The entire forum is archived at as Liberty Net - 2012-0505, the date of the original transmissions. The discussion about the hand lotion threat starts around the 5:13:35 mark.