17 Burst results for "Bernie Hill"
"bernie hill" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"You know, I didn't hear that. I hear Chicago. Yeah, And that's the reality that our city's leaders and law enforcement have to deal with. The reality is That people perceive us to be uniquely violent. Superintendent Brown continued on the Chicago Police Department is there for you willing to risk their own lives? For the safety of the people of this city, the country's under a violent crime wave. Okay, That's true, Daddy. That is absolutely true. Murder radar violence rate is up almost everywhere. As you know, criminals were social distancing. I guess they were sitting at home. They were am I don't believe that criminals were obeying the stay at home order. Uh, And now that they can their victims were their victims. They had no one to prey upon exactly Good point. And so now that people are out and about The crime. Rain crime rate goes up and it's soaring. For some reason. It's maybe due to that as well. Yeah, I got a pent up anger and rage and whatever. Making up for lost time. There certainly could be a variety of reasons behind it. But we had Alderman Ray Lopez in yesterday and spoke to him a little about this. And You know, he made the point. That we have hundreds of unfilled. Vacancies. In the Chicago Police Department. Not unfilled because oh, they cut our budget. Ah, we can't pay no The money is there They're just not or camp. Hire cops as quick as cops are retiring or quitting. Yeah, so this becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. Absolutely. I mean, when you when you have retirements, and this is like, uh, I think on track to be the biggest year ever for retirements in the Chicago Police department, and there's no one to fill it. Well, we know what happens then, exactly and a few cops that are left Then get stretched thinner and thinner. They are working. 12 hour shifts. Work a day. No days off. No vacations have officers I talked to say that you know, back in the day that you'd have. Maybe, you know 30,000 officers taking the exam every year. Really. Now it's down to maybe 2000. Wow. So even though the pool your chosen from even is much what happens, you got to lower the standards, right? You've got to change the testing. You have to try to appeal. And now you have you need warm bodies, and I've said this before. I always feel like it's a calling to be a police officer. Now it's going to be more of a job, right? You're just going to have to hire people to be police officers because you don't have enough bodies. They're right now. There are not enough flat. I mean, that is a fact. That's that's a fact. Um, is the lack of police The lack of officers on the street. I don't know if that's what's leading to crime. I can make an argument me but was leading to repeat crime, you know, but you know, it's not like we're gonna stand a cop on every street corner in Austin and wait for someone to show up with a gun. But it's the perception thing again, right? The perception we talk about it, Not enough cops out in of officers, and so word gets around. I mean, it's the same thing with the violence very popular with the game. We Yeah, we in Chicago talk about which is a good thing. We give the numbers out every day. Nobody else does that. That's why we have the perception of being so violent. Is it a chicken and egg argument is that the thing is the argument if we didn't talk about The weekend numbers If we didn't talk about the mass shootings, if we didn't talk about The lack of police or police stretched thin and not being able to cover areas. Do you think that it would go down? I don't know. I'm just saying the perception is based on that. It's because we it's out there so much more than another. I never hear about murders in Houston or what you know New Orleans ST Louis, New Orleans. That's surprising to me. The number one murder rate city murdering ST Louis. Number one. Hell of a lot more than in Chicago, Missouri. Yeah. Okay, well and yeah, who even knows that? I mean, who knows? Nobody. I have never heard anybody go ST Louis as the murder capital of America, but it is I mean, just the numbers are the numbers. I mean, Yeah, right. But we they don't. They're probably every day there you don't hear. I mean, that's what we hear every single day over time. That's what the nation hears. And then you had about the former president, who pointed to Chicago constantly and talked about the violence here. So, Yeah, you're right. It's the perception is that and don't get me wrong. It is bad. It's horrible, but it's like you said, it's bad everywhere. It's not unique to Chicago. No, Andy and I just again. I just thought it was so interesting because I kind of knew in my heart. Chicago wasn't number one. Okay, so I knew that But I just didn't know where we we were like I just mentioned ST Louis is number one. Baltimore. Page number two. Bernie Hill, Alabama. I think we all know the lawless streets of Birmingham, Alabama. Detroit, Dayton, Ohio Baton Rouge, New Orleans. Kansas City, Missouri, Memphis, Cleveland, Ohio. That's the top 10. That's that we are 28 on that list. When it comes to the murder rate. Why are we Quote unquote, the most violent city in America. Why I'm struggling to figure out because it's hurting us. We know it's hurting the city of Chicago. We know that people are making economic decisions. Conventions, Um, vacation tourists based on the perception that Guy could jump out of the bushes in any minute and stab you on lower Wacker. Yeah, that's the reality. Yeah. But When you look at it statistically, and statistics don't matter when you've got a name and a face or a video. Violence happening. It's the perception out.
"bernie hill" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"The roswell case has been dormant in won't come back out until like the very early nineteen eighties so stanton freeman and a few other people involved in bringing that case out. And so that's what really relaunches. The sort of paranoia and dark conspiracy theory of cover up sort of narratives and so you're in this really interesting spot here in history where there's a sense of wonder and asking questions but there isn't that overall sense that everything's being suppressed and now i think is sort of the cultural narrative around you does is seems a lot darker in tone and i miss this sort of wondrous curious often. Light hearted approach is a simpler time aspects. Exactly it's very much that it seems almost commercialized. Perhaps to think that yes kind of touched upon this a little bit already. But we've got a few final questions to ask you john of all of them. Which do you think would be your your favorite. I love the bessie sahni hill case. You know that they were They were older couple that they went seeking any notoriety. They just wanted a quiet life. The less than they would have wanted to do is to speak it. Open creates notoriety. Is describing a uso a ufo encounter. But i'm intrigued by the description of supposedly that she was on board alien craft and observing the startup where the solid lines between some stars and dotted. Lines between others and other hypnosis. She recalled this and related to a real star system and to zero ridiculous. I i recall lines between the various styles. One of them was was the son and the line to the sun was assaulted lied. Meaning it was a trade route And the others dotted lines which was just observational. And exploratory. imagine that the sun and our solar system is some kind of trade route maybe material on the moon ormuz. It's just a little of sight of human observation But that that always stands those strongly as a most intriguing case fashion bonnie hill i would speak of did an episode on the topic going back a few months ago a classic case. I was going to do you. Listen to podcasts. Bunny chance. I don't know if they're part of your audio experience normally. I'm learning about much more. I'm getting they used to them. They are it so wonderful that anybody can do their own podcast. And it's the old kids. We judge which ones they go to. You know. it doesn't now need some program commissioner in an office to say it's a right. Make something on. The audience will come. If it's any good you know that. I love listening to them in day. And i'm discovering more and more it feels like a strange sort of verification of andy warhol's in the future everybody'll be famous for fifteen minutes. I was like well. At least everybody will have a podcast. But i was gonna. Yeah the we talked to the host of show called strange arrivals and old. It's really good is a really really deep dive into the bidding bernie hill story. And i think it i feel like as someone who's been looking into this stuff for pretty much my whole life. I was surprised to actually learn a few new things. They're so highly. Recommend you check out if you are interested. Stranger rivals like the there was another couple of stories which I love as well. Great fun this little. Nine hundred seventy seven bbc documentary called after this world and Was a wonderful couple of characters that cold. She's joyce both on the family friend tech track and stuff. They attend down a quieter road on the way back to their home village and we're confronted by soft orange light on a craft had landed on the verge this and immobilized that car a small. Many clinton and emerging from this craft was a toll almost like a know it. Acadian pissing pig is. She just got. He had very piercing. Pain is and soy foods creek towards my car hand on my roof and looked a the sincerity.
"bernie hill" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"So I actually remember I heard it I actually read about this story like most of the paranormal world stories that I've heard about in mysteries of the unexplained by Reader's Digest. Large companion book. That's. Just goes over all of the weird world. Really. She just call my podcast mysteries of the unexplained just read straight from that book because it's like the source of all of 'em ten. PM. Reader's digest is going to send their very polite values races. Anyway. So that was the first time that I heard about this story and I wanna say I also read a book about it later on because you know as a kid you're. This story is fascinating on its face because it starts off with. The byline is this is the only Ufo case to have actual physical evidence. Allegedly or or allegedly no matter what they're. Yeah. There's a lot going on in this story. So it's it's really interesting to have. Wish. I. Hold on hold on I was halfway awake for for. At least half an episode of this. Why is this the one that has physical evidence? The others aren't in other up to this point, right? So this case happened in can eat. Up to this point, all of the other. UFO cases really there haven't. There have been some that have been really good considered to be good. UFO. Cases Up to this point however. This case had physical manifestations injury on the people who experienced. Okay. So the the the things on the people that we have a car that they were able to test, we have a roadway that they're able to as we have multiple. Well, I'm just thinking about Barney hills, herpes space herpes get that right but you know but like there and the dress in things like that. It is a little bit different. I guess the other thing I'll say to that this is the first. Let's say this is the first quote unquote modern case. This case was. By Q.. Fo's this was a case had relatively prominent people at the time and then even more more relevant today or more. More out there today now, for their work on this colby is being interviewed by TSA earlier this year it's still the case that keeps on giving kind of thing. So. It's it's one of those cases that just kind of stuck around and it's really became part of two the lexicon of Ufo Lor whether or not you think it deserves to be there. Right it's become such. It's become such an important case like this one, the Betty, and Barney, Hill case there's others of its same better there that have just become like the Canon of you of Oh I mean and you can make the argument. Okay we'll. Roswell maybe there was maybe there wasn't. The brie and things like that. But this is one that really even more than bedding. Bernie Hill, caught the eye of the nation. So to speak and it was covered unsolved mysteries twice and it was covered on other shows and we're going to talk about that. So you know let's go to break and we come back. Let's talk about the investigation because that's one of the parts that we really WanNa talk about is the investigation that went on and Like, we said move on was a proponent involved in that. We're going to dive into that after the break on hysteria fifty one..
"bernie hill" Discussed on Alt.Pop.Repeat
"So for you, that's definitely like the biggest story and I think that when it comes down to scientists and the scientists are popping, yes we have people who have studied it but video footage of UFO's. That has been released. Is is not a substitute for numbers of scientists who are able to actually explore the scientific method. Right, and this whole thing about Mc West that has come out and he's yeah, he's a science writer and he's he's always skeptical investigator. So he's always trying to debunk things that are happening. That's what a scientist is skeptical by nature looking into you test and retest and duplicate results in order to prove that it's real right and there's this whole bird. Has Come out saying that right I know saying that this you of footage that commander favor ends up saying that Israel in experiencing in his life and his eyes as someone who's part of the Navy official is saying it's real and this happened to me and we get to watch it as well. He sang that it's a it's a bird look i. Thank God that in say it was a weather balloon because I would've I would've just free. And pull back you. Can't. Do Arise. Chrissy. There's a weather balloon. Don't you a weather balloon? Does not not everybody listening to the show. It is a weather balloon ever point out weather balloons to Chrissy because she'll freak out every time it's you will vote. Vote no habit. Nicholas was one of those people that are trying to debunk it right now and saying that it's not it's bloody ufo I'm sorry and when the Pentagon is saying that it's You know if you have. If If, you can't prove I'm sorry here's the thing and I've said this before I've said second go you can't prove with a video footage. It is curious it is questionable but what it does not do it does not prove that is a weather balloon. It does not prove that it is a bird. It does not prove that it is you it doesn't prove anything but what it does give us is it inspires a curiosity and if the government themselves sane straight up. That it is an unidentified flying object. Yes, it is. It's not. I'm like, what are you going dude? It's a big step forward in disclosure for us and saying that and to me this is disclosure and Jeremy agrees with this as well in the interview in saying that this is the first time and it might not be the disclosure that we all want is ufologist. So big little D- I'll explain again your I'm sorry. Big D is, for example, we have a massive mothership come down is like Hurrah I'm. Right Big D. Mother and everybody gets. Rates the father ship So that's what big deal is, and it's like Gosh. It's aliens are here and you know and then small D. is the government coming forward and saying, yes, extraterrestrials exist for us. This is a form of disclosure and yes Serie UFO's exist is that is disclosure. It's not the way that maybe wanted it from a government official saying it but but it's not it's not the president but definitely has some real small D. Energy, right? Yes. The for this way. But I I align with if the government is saying, this is an unedited five hundred question for you does you go to you does a foaming alien. So I was. Actually. A really great question too. So for the fact, though now that they've come forward and said, we've put in twenty two million into research of UFO's Miss Black Volts program, which is insane but it's probably way more than that. Let's be honest. So now we look at the question of. Great. UFO's are real that government is saying that it is. But our second question is what about all these cases that are attached to alien experiences with you of foes? What do we do with that moving forward? That's what I want to know because you can't just described it somebody who says, well, I've had an extraterrestrial experience when I've seen a UFO. So you kind of have to go back and look at that Betty Bernie Hill saw you afo one of the first documented cases ever to happen and biracial couple first of all, which is crazy I believe it was the nineteen thirty ahead of their time in one hundred percent they were who you WanNa. Love go for it but people didn't believe them but then they started to because. was credible their stories lasted for so long seeing with Bob Lazar is this very hard to pick. Let's put back to Betty I. Okay. Any emerging, right? Yeah. They're. Vetting Bernie and
"bernie hill" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"For me it would be Welcome in you funny son of a bitch. That'd that'd be it. So that's James Lipton's questionnaire Bernard tvos is a little bit different because he had one. Who would you like to see on a new banknote or or money Let's see if you are reincarnated as some other plant or animal. What would it be? I kind of like that question better than than some of those and then Marcel Proust's has questions. But you're supposed to answer them from eight for you at age thirteen at age twenty and I don't remember that far back as really what I'm going to say all right. So let's turn to politics really quickly. we We have some dropouts as of Monday. Tom Steyer after his Great dance moves were Were put out online. Oh my gosh. He and he finished third in South Carolina. Remarkably he then immediately dropped out of the race. Moore dropped out of the as well On Sunday. Night after a lacklustre showing in South Carolina compared to everywhere else. But that was kind of expected and On Monday Amy. Klobuchar dropped out now. She also cancelled her rally on Sunday in Saint Louis Park in her home. State after was disrupted by protesters. Shouting black lives matter and Free. Myron at the event this so that happened on Sunday night and then the next morning she dropped out and endorsed Joe Biden. That was when I talked about it on a previous show that there was A. There's a black man is in prison for crimes that he said he did. Not Commit near is really no evidence that proves it except for like a jailhouse informant. That was part of prosecuting and when he was when he was convicted. She she wasn't in the C- wasn't he was a senator by that point see had charged him again after the first trial winter so She an opportunity to step away from it and she didn't and she hasn't up until it got bought up during the campaign. She hasn't really addressed it but now he's like it should be reopened the evidence to be reexamined. But it's too little too late and once he saw that Joe got sixty percent of the black vote in South Carolina and then everybody else divvied up the rest of it right then she was like there's no point being either. Yeah I mean. She was running on fumes anyway. And then she had. She had a strong showing in New Hampshire. But who cares exactly? That's what I was telling you. I mean well we all the thing was. We didn't have for Iowa. New Hampshire and Nevada is a little bit more representative of the country than than the first two are but I mean really the Super Tuesday. Voters is where we're really going to see how strong his Bernie Sanders really in compared comparatively and by everybody else dropping out aside from Bloomberg Bloomberg still in We are going to kind of see that head to head Biden Versus Bernie. And who actually is the more popular candidate? I've been having this ongoing argument on twitter with Bernie Bros. and Bernie Hills and they kept telling me that he had made so many inroad with the black vote. We'll wait till South Carolina and then you'll see in South Carolina how M- how many many many black voters are going to turn off Bernie chip in happened. I will say this though Public enemy did turn out for Bernie. The now is no longer public enemy so well it is but without flava. Flav Because they fired him. The public if flavor Flav doesn't that Publican at Pebble Academy announced they are permanently moving forward without flavor. Flav firing one of hip hop most memorable hype men. After more than thirty five years. The abrupt dismissal comes just two days. After the rapper sent a cease and desist letter to Bernie Sanders over Chuck. D's concert at the campaigns. La Rally on Sunday public enemy and public enemy radio. We moving forward without flava. Flav to hip hop legend said in a brief statement on Sunday. We thank him for his years of service and wish him well. The Group reiterated that public enemy radio a Chuck D lead off shoe featuring Dj Lord. John he and the an S. W. S. ws we'll still perform the free livestream Sanders Rally Gig at the L. A. Convention Center. So they did so while they were doing that And I see is one of our something we're gonNA come back to you so while he while he was doing that John Lewis was leading the march across the Edmund Pettus bridge in Selma right where everybody else who was Democratic Kim. A candidate was except for him. And so will say this while we're still in politics Any white person who thinks that they have the The right or the goal to tell a black person especially in older black person how they should form the way they vote EC. Go fucking tip off a breeze. I think you should vote for over you. Think is the best person for the job I mean I have. I have people I think are better than somebody else. But that doesn't mean that that's necessarily the way. I think everyone should vote. Obviously you think people should agree with you right but we weren't as we've always been a country where we respected. People's privacy in the voting booth and I get these calls all the time and when they're when it somebody on wanting to know. Do you know who you're going to be supporting in in the primary. It's like yeah so the hell out of here so I had this twitter conversation or with this person who wanted to say Older black voters don't know Biden. They're low information voters pretty much and they don't understand cer- certain things and His deal again. I apologize if you can actually hear her in the background of This'll you white people understand. Black people know white people is because we are we. We have to deal with you all the time whether it's at work Whether it's a it's at work it's Out in public shopping we see you. We have to be aware of you in who you are and how to deal with you. Ask because we're the majority in Kareem. Well John California. But you don't have to see us all you see. You don't generally see I have a numerous. I have numerous white friends if for them. I'm usually they're black friend. Okay so that means. I know more view than you know me. Of course I mean but just by sheer numbers. That's going to be true for. Most everyone does not necessarily the sheer numbers. It's because most of the time you don't actually take the time to get to know us right. But what I'm saying is the sheer number of African Americans that there are the likelihood that someone who is white who doesn't grow up either adjacent to or a mixed neighborhood right is going to have a have a large group of friends like you said you gotta deal with white people because they're everywhere right but so so in. Santa. I'm saying that your idea of what in how I think about politics or the way that we make our decisions about that. You don't have a you don't have a you. Don't understand the calculation that it takes for us to make a vote based off of what we know about what we want but also about what you're going to vote for and what you're not going to vote for. That's the that's the thing that we have to take into consideration while we're choosing our candidate. You know what's really interesting? That sounds like women's stuff like no. I'm going through all of these calculations about it. Does it really does it? Sounds like all of these all of these calculations that women do with literally everything whereas guys are like that one more like well. I thought about this in this. But what about this? What about that? That's exactly what it sounds like just. Fyi I I'm not saying you're wrong. I'm just saying that's what it sounds like. And that's what you would think that's in your mind. That's where you would go because you have the the experience to understand that. That's how that works. I I get that. That's how it works. What I'm saying is the process seems similar to the way women can consider all of these things that men don't consider it all. Yeah and so. These are the things that we have to think about when we're casting our vote like the the idea that we have trump. Now yeah any any any Benefited a doubt that as a person as a black person in this country that I could given at least part of White America is out the window. Yeah it's gone. Yeah and then half of the people that vote for Bernie I consider. Do I look at those people as I looked Chitra fires so they move in in the neighborhood Because it is cheap cheap place to play. There's no cool places. Play is a cheap place to stay in is a cool place to say. But you don't really want to be around the black people to actually live in that neighborhood and so is either. I'm dealing with as I would call them southern races. Who let you know where they're staying or deal with these Dinovite races who don't tell you who they are or pretend like they're okay with you and then they called police on. Yeah Okay Fair enough and Joe and where does Joe Biden Fall in all of this? Because here's thinking about Joe. He's been around forever he he's actually younger than Bernie But Eh and our friend Larry commented on facebook earlier today that in two thousand eight Joe Biden stood onstage Sarah Palin and agreed with her about gay marriage about same sex marriage and his questions. What am I supposed to do with that? Everybody would most of the country agree with Joe Biden? Answer appealing on gay marriages. In two thousand and eight Obama agree with them at that point. That remember gay marriages only been five years. And a lot of people changed their mind in Bill Between two thousand and eight and two thousand and ten yet. I mean that's really. The question is where were you in two thousand eight. It's where you now right and those that does for everything and so two to dig up. And that's that's what a lot of this stuff is is digging up old stuff. Although Mike Bloomberg and they they brought up the crime bill and I was like well. Were you alive during the eighties cracker?.
"bernie hill" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Now I mean the interesting thing about this is that Barack Obama has weighed in again in the twenty Johny Twenty election and I think it's quite clear that he is attempting to to stop You know I think Bernie and I think frankly a warrant as well I mean. I think there's a very hey good argument that develop Patrick is in the race largely to both inhibit Warren and Sanders From gaining being a a toehold particularly in New Hampshire Maybe in other states and On Friday Alex Breen's GonNa come in. He's written a piece about this to a certain extent. But there's there's a lot of You know I think there's a concerted effort to stop the both of them and I don't know what the solution is for folks on that end but the idea that Barack Obama is taking time off from his his his a netflix career. Helping the guy from MMA Virgin Airlines. I mean whatever Richard Branson whatever I don't know I mean look yes I am of the mind that like look I personally I would rather a former president Not Live the life of a millionaire playboy Roy who's married That's just my personal like Taste but one. That isn't married. No no I'm just saying that. Like you know Jimmy Carter not necessarily the great greatest president not necessarily the greatest politics but There's a guy who spent who is using his cachet Shea as an ex president to to to set some specific type of tone. If if Obama had gotten US card check he could have as many private islands he wants for all I care I. I agree with that. That's the thing is that I don't I don't I don't really feel strongly about that like I. I also think that you put eight years in like that. You took a lot of grief. Fine you WanNa go and live that life you know God bless you. What are you talking? What are you complaining about? Just say thank you please. We play that I'm willing to say thank you please. But to comeback comeback into it to come back into the race and put your finger you know. Put Your your foot on the scales your your thumb on the scales your tone the scales whatever. I don't know whatever it is. He's putting on the scales. Well does he really believes that something right. That's something being like failed. Neil Neo liberal bonds. I don't even know when I look. I think it's a combination and I read the piece. That sort of interesting. That like Bloomberg is a stalking horse for for all of the Clinton have pathological hatred of Sanders and devolves a stalking horse for the Obama. People that don't like Warren and what I think is is interesting is that I mean sure. There's an ideological opposition to both but in both cases it's super personal and I think can you know even in this case Obama. Sure we already know Obama's to the right but I think it's also that she annoyed a lot of people in the Obama Universe and it's actually the same I'm just pettiness. Basically that you see in so many instances I don't doubt it I don't I don't think any of these people are printed enough to be actually acting upon but I but I do you think that to a certain extent these these these personal interactions are driven in certain way by a different worldviews. And I think particularly when you have people like Obama frankly in my experience They for them it is it is perceived as personal because it is people who are sort of bucking stuff that I think those people are bucking stuff often tend to be To have different world view I mean. I think that that Warren genuinely was a pain in the ass for for the Obama Administration because of her ideological perspective. I don't think that was you know to the left. But I think also burned to a certain extent Was a considered a pain in the ask to the Clinton people because I think because ultimately at the end of the day because of his ideology probably caused him to not give a shit about certain things and and and so I I do think that it it. It is a petty but I also think that that pettiness miss sometimes is reflective of just. Yeah the reason why we don't get along is because You gross me out and some way and the reason why you gross me out is because you don't seem to care that your misery eating a millions of people on their home ownership or you're you don't seem to care that you have an opportunity to expand and Healthcare in a bigger way. But you're not being his ambitious because of certain personal ambitions. I mean I think that that may play into would but do you really think Obama's going to change anyone's mind about Bernie though at this point like his even his framing with so ineffective to me he's like like you want to burn down this system and create a new one. First of all Medicare is part of the system that already exists. We're just going to give it to everyone. Second of all like people hate this system. The system sucks. Well I think I think about healthcare specifically specifically I think just the fact that they used Obama in the framing framing. That question answers your question. It may not change people's disposition about Bernie but it certainly changes people's disposition I think about how the viability of Medicare for all. And you know we see a bunch of different polling on Medicare for all but the fact is it's how you ask the question And and which I think gives you a a at least a perspective on what the challenges for a politician who supports Medicare care for all because They're going to go in and have to argue with the American public and they're going to be arguing against hundreds of millions of dollars That are going to be aligned against it. And so the fact that they cited they didn't have the site Barack Obama in that question but the fact that they did I think shows the efficacy the at least or at least the perception that if Barack Obama says something and he's wildly popular with Democrats I mean I don't know what is numbers are eighty percent or something he said. Just that what you're saying. Those I mean Bernie just flat out like we're not talking about destroying the system Burns answer answer. I thought was great. Because he basically didn't even argue with Obama. Yes I'm totally with Obama. And then he shifted. What Obama said exactly the play he should make? I think on top of that that the advantage that that Medicare for all in Bernie have in dealing with Obama's first that's the right strategy and secondly there's other clips Vo Bama's saying something different about Medicare namely that. It's a good idea so and so I actually think if I think there's something Bernie's actually really advantage managed that because I I think that he is an Eric Levitz. I think got to some of this in one in his in a piece you wrote recently. That Bernie is very effective at. I think speaking to a split in people which is that. Of course there's a huge amount of disgust at banks insurance companies and how the Economic System Works and I think there is is also a craving for moderation and reform in a sense of continuity. And I think when when Bernie kind of hits the latter point sort of thematically mattingly in the former point substantively does well. And that's why. Yeah he dealt with Obama perfectly like yeah. I agree with Barack America's awesome and we don't want to get rid of Apple Apple Pie and baseball. I just wanted to have health call Medicare for all right. 'cause people already know what Medicare is and they like it absolutely I think i. I think that I think that works pretty well. And I also think what I like about Obama's that Obama so opportunistic himself because I have no doubt I mean there's people that I really do question whether or not like a Hillary Clinton will endorse Bernie Sanders to be honest. But I have no doubt that Barack Obama will endorsing campaign with anyone who's the nominee and if it's Bernie Hill know exactly how to track back to like those were talking about exactly without a doubt I find it annoying saying that. He is like my feeling is dude. Go spend wait until the convention show up at the Convention. Give a good speech. You're awesome Matt it. The meantime go to Saint Bart's or wherever to Martinique but whatever whatever the the the place Lacey Water Lever we'll know specifically which die for art tax credit for what's annoying about him doing this though is is the in the total calibration about how he responded to trump and yes they did occasionally with healthcare and the Muslim ban. He would put out like a facebook statement. which isn't typical but over ninety percent? He observed normal post-presidential protocol on trump for something important waited till the midterms the campaign against trump. which is typical and you know he could just as easily if he was following that Mo just keep his mouth shut in the primary summary? So that is that is a little revealing I think all right. What other clips do we have do? Anything ELSOM Let's play this clip here uh-huh oh yeah booker talking about we. What does this one here? Let's play it. Okay may have been.
"bernie hill" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We remember when we had that debate between Stanton Friedman, and Michael Shurmur. And STAN one in we did it by vote when we had fast blast in the just the clobbered him, and he always used to bring that up to I won I won, but Stanton Friedman is no longer with us passed away this week at the age of eighty four from an apparent heart attack at the Toronto international airport. So we have cumulated in a symbol, several guests who have known stands some have worked with STAN, and we will go to them. Now let's start with Linda, Leslie. She has been a public with her own abduction experiences for eighteen years research covert ops involvement in obstructions for fifteen years and interviewed. A number of abductees with this involvement for nine years. Linda was the director of a UFO lecture series hosting more than ninety of the top names in the field. Of course. In addition to her abduction work Melinda has been a paranormal researcher for more than twenty years, and they founded member of the Orange County paranormal researchers group, which has conducted formal investigations for years. Let's go to Melinda, Leslie Melinda. Thank you for participating in this with us tonight. Sure, I'm happy to thank you for having me on. You know. Stanton Friedman with such an inspiration to everybody in Ufology researcher in the field. I think he raised the bar. To a whole nother a whole nother stratosphere. You sure did any was always the utmost upmost professional, you know, like I said, such such an inspiration. You know, over the last number of days since his passing, I've seen so many tributes to him on Facebook, and so many people in the field called him a mentor to them. And and, and I had myself to that list. I mean do you tell us your? Yeah. Tell us your experience with Stanton. Well. Were two Roswell witnesses that I kind of vetted. One was a ninety two year old guy, and the other was a younger guy, but who had a unique experience of having access to a file room and seeing photos and documents related to rouse. Well, and I was dealing with the major Roswell researchers of which, of course, you know, Stanton kind of being the foremost there and, and certainly putting Roswell as a as a case, and as an investigation on the map, I'm sure after me, you'll have many people comment on that. But. When I have both of these witnesses I, I ran them both by Stanton and his support of me and my doing that research, and my dealings with these people just need me really felt like like I had truly made it. You're in the field. When I you know, I figured if I had the respective Stanton Friedman, you know, I I was a real researcher he he just made the field. So exciting. Didn't melinda. Yes. Yes, he certainly did. And, you know, and one of these witnesses that I had had had seen some documents and stand ended up calling the gentleman in having like a two hour or more into our phone conversation with them. Well, I was so flattered when he needed called me upon hanging up with the other guy, and I had known stand for years and never seen him be like, like really excited. Called me and he goes, oh, my God, Melinda, he said that guy pass all my tests, the skin would have Hesford document verification, and he would hold back on certain things that he knew if someone came across a real document had certain, you know, indicators and whatnot on it, that he would know that, that, you know, they saw very real thing, and he called me, and he said, oh, my God. Melinda this gut where did you find this guy? He passed every single question every single test that I put him through with flying colors. And but just that he called me after having that conversation for hours on the phone with this guy just to tell me just to say, thank you to me into saying was impressed. You know, I was talking to Tom before this and saying, you know, you could disagree with stand there. You know, some researchers in the field, he would disagree, but he would always be gracious to their faith. He. He never said an unkind word you know, he was just the utmost professional. I think he he raised the bar for the whole community. The, the field will miss him tremendously. Melinda, thank you for participating in this as we talk about the life of Stanton Friedman. And of course, chase klatsky joined the mutual UFO network back in nineteen ninety six and was selected as the star team manager, indep Yaghi director of investigations through two thousand twelve she was responsible for the program designed protocols an investigation procedures for a national rapid response unit. Now, this included supervision of the most experienced investigators in access to the most sensitive and complex cases reported to move on chase. We've, we've lost a good one, haven't we? We sure have George, it's been a gut punch in Ufology for sure. He is. You know, you, you talk about people can be replaced but he's replaceable. He's he was one of a kind I coined the phrase for him chase the father of Ufology, and he loved it. He says, don't make me tool, you would always say, but tell me about. Tell me about your experience with him. I thing about STAN was, you know, just just the talking with him would we would sit? We were often book at the same conferences. And, and did a lot of that kind of work together. And he's just he's just amazing. He would always be heavy minutes early. He would be there, all day as long as the public wanted to speak with him and, and having signed books, and he, he was always available, and usually the last one to leave, and you just always very kind, very, very kind man, but the professionalism in how he treated other researchers in the field is something that we all need to pay attention to and employ in our own work today. He brought a suitcase full of his books and he's written a number of different books on the UFO's, and the, the Bidi and Bernie hill, case with the. Kathleen Martin and he hit a suitcase full of books that he sold at our Columbus event. And I asked him, I says, we'll just sell any books anyone all of them. Yes, he often traveled with Kathleen of Britain, several books together, and you're there. They were very, very close friends, and it was always fun to see you see that type of friendship, you'll last year after year after year and just a roof wheat heart, the last time, I saw, and we were booked together on a cruise, and we had gone to Mexico and he taken a very hard fall and very. You know, tumble on that debt. And really I've been worried about him ever since. So, you know it's just been it's, it's really heartbreaking. Well when we when we walked out on stage when he was in Columbus with us. I held his hand because it was dark, and we cut it come out when the lights, come up in. I didn't want him to take tumble their chase. I didn't want him to hit something some court or some wire, and, you know, fall, so I'm holding his hand in and he was he was his mind was very alert for eighty four years old. He was a sharp as attack in. He any looked ageless. I mean he looked the same as he did fifteen twenty years ago. Absolutely. The, you know, the other thing when my husband would come to the bench. Stan love nothing more than grabbing him. And pulling him aside to talk nuclear topic, fee vision and stuff like that he loved all this. Yes, that he wanted to know what was going on with the new submarines. So, oh, my he, he would just lay up and talk about that for as long as, as p could spend with them or as long as you know, the public would allow him to do that. It was it was just to see that was I it's a great memory to keep whatever kind chase..
"bernie hill" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Says things are happening things are about to go down things about the change. We got word that there's a reason why we're hearing about all these data. Dumpsters reason. Why all this stuff is getting out of the way because they have to clear the after clear the slate little bit. So they can talk about some other things from new things that are on the horizon. And so that's one of the reasons why we want to get this stuff out of the way get it revealed, and then move onto what the new and better things are let's go to markets calling in from South Carolina tonight markets, you're on with David go ahead. I'm sorry. I mean, you must be alive. I've listen to world six point three here in South Carolina, and any show goes off twelve and I pick up the phone so well, listen to lift up your name. And it's this amazing. It's it's name. Genius and head bitch. Worry did you say three years ago? This is why you know. Actually, it's unbelievable. I had it is he's got my name and not I get history and everything and and and it has a word and that dad, well, he's still alive, and well, and he's on so Marcus what you did. Oh, yeah. I know, you know, about Dr. Hi, I'm talking about the little show blue book that show on, you know, you know, simply with plus, you know, it's people's even radar like the last fifty two, you know, picking up a tip solid objects radar pick up on solid objects. Send bows mild are making running turns. And hear about your comment about the little show history. Which is pretty good up there. Okay. Thank you. What do you think project blue book? Jalen hynick dramas as you see on the history channel. Well, it's like I was saying to David David us guys. Last name. He's the producer of the show. He was at Laughlin Nevada at the UFO congress there, and he and I was sitting at a table talk. And then I have watched every episode that he's made in and he made me think question, really good. Very entertaining. How? Ever I've worked with Dr hynick for five months. He was saying to me actually ran I'm gonna sign him and Key West Florida when I was in the navy, and this is semi like seventy five seventy six, you know, after the project blue book, but he's he was. I don't think he is within the begun to hold and I met his wife, and I know she was even worse. You wouldn't even pick up one of the kind of taking liberties Aaron creative writing that part. But most of the emphasize that they're showing are very accurate. That's exactly the way they win. And Dr Heine he was just a perfect quintessential anthem minded professor we see in a motel room and says we walk in the door. He takes the case and throw the door, and they lied about them. And what do you do that? I don't let me go find way to get out of the room in the morning. So I actually really liked the guy got respect point. But I think for people trying to some information that was born on back and all that time. They've got some creative stuff going on makes it a little confusing, but overall it's a good accurate program. All the shows that they do are drumming because I remember when they had the the couple that was abducted, and they and they had a yeah. The Bardi hill depiction, you know, of course, we know the Barney was a black man and white man, but they hadn't both being people who color, and so that was I was trying I was confused a little bit. And I thought oh, it's the Betty bardy hill story, that's what they're trying to do here. So what they've done is. They live with the hill for eight years. Oh, really? Yeah. So it's a personal thing for make what we we interviewed. I think it was like Betty's daughter. I believe she's making around says somebody's UFO conference talking about the Betty and Barney hill story, and and it's a remarkable story. It really is. You know, you know, it would be something to revisit if we could sometime, but yeah. Especially blue book made it really dramatic. But there are a lot of things about the Bernie hill story that if you were to know the truth about it you'd be going. Wow. What really went on with them something something? State that put the three dimensional star map together. I built a wooden cage strings, and we'll start foam balls of different diameters, and I matched her star map. Exactly. And never get. There's hundred seventy eight stars. And I got everything exactly the way it was. And that thinks that there for thirty years. Well, then one day somebody came in. Carl Sagan and he's curious about some. Yeah. Oh Cora was small bit. You really was. And he said, you know, the plant a Brown staining, hey, projected on the wall, and he said, David it's star map up. Minded way from the wall till they're equally proportioned did. And every one of the death lined up with what he had seen in the film TV show the synchronization of the stars. And it was in reverse. Did any said, well, you know, the plan is every hour we made one hundred thousand mile space. Yeah. After thirty years this long wind up that point of view that betting friend the starship camping to work with compliance with the map of now. And I'm sitting serious thought. And that was the kind of things it's really hard to explain or explain away. He can't I know that we go back like they're doing with the history channel going back. These stories they're giving them a fresh coat of paint. But still the studies of these I always worry there's gonna be no one to tell these stories, and no one who reads up on these stories will be able to carry on a lot of the people who were the witnesses are either dead or dying. And and so these are important stories, I believe, and that's why I think we're releasing all this information now because the big ones coming the big story is coming. Yeah. That's something. There's something Bruin, y'all. I don't know what it is. But it's I can say what come in. Leagues of of the same age brackets. We all feel it. And and we we had a lot of young people to willing to bust openings cases as well. And and, you know, Matthew, North Dakota you're on ground zero. Go ahead. Thank you. I just want to say one thing. I've been a longtime wasn't really doing the previous episode is that you had your mentor. Tell you every time you enter into your broadcast. You have to say the broadcast instead of doing an automated thing, and you know, what I really appreciate that. Every time you come on inter state, CLYDE Lewis. It's really good. I liked that. Thank you. Appreciate that. It's just a way to remind people that are listening. I mean, if you don't know what show you're listening to that. I'm not doing a great job. And if you don't know what the topic is within the first three or four minutes. I'm not doing a great job. So I try to do my best. So Matthew what your question? Well, I just hope for a simple one. Your guests just opened up so many windows, but I just want to ask. Has has time belongs product of the stars health open up this this whole disclosure movement. I mean, people come out to be able to write viewing. Oh, yes. David. What do you think of what Tom delong has been doing the hard work? He's been doing in trying to this information to mainstream sources. Now, I'm gonna show my ignorance or the way I live. I live in a laboratory and sign of mountain. I'm not familiar with Tom's work went to do might know it. We'll Tom too long was in a band called blink one eighty two. And he is got a program. It's called the stars. And program is a thirty academy stars. And apparently his group along with the number of people like Peter, Linda in others have been responsible for getting the information about a Pentagon program that was investigating the threat assessment of UFO's, and it was a program that there was a twenty two million dollar budget. It was twenty two million for the whole thing or or something like that. And they were able to prove the Pentagon still interested in UFO's, and it got to the New York Times the paper of record reported. The Pentagon was investigating these things. And it was probably the closest we ever came to confirmation. Probably is confirmation a lot of people's eyes. And of course, that went out by the head had the gun knows camera. Remember, yes, exactly the tic TAC toe. So yeah. So this is amazing stuff. And he's really worked hard to get this information in the mainstream sources. The government wants to now a pair that interested in it never stopped. When it first started back in the forties. They were hot on it. And they never let up on eighteen that personally for the fifty eight years, I've been dealing with it. They've never stopped. They still wanna know what it is. And but it has shifted and one of the think the shift is caused from. I think certain parts of gun was cut some Greenies are contracts and the other to and we're seeing the confusion. And that's why. But no, boy don't think the government's not interested. They're matter of fact, I was paid not long ago to give a dissertation that depend on. And guess what we were talking about they want. They want it came in under the guise of an electromagnetic maintain befo system. What are the characteristics of Donald parading in a one g gravity field of an atmosphere? Planet like implanted like earth. I said well simple. I come in to five thousand miles to a ninety degree turn and not feel thing and can. Go possible. If the way my engine Bill, I have these magnetic fields that I shape proprietary house shape them. But I say these magnetic fields to get the plasma flow of the engine. I needed while. I was working on it. I saw the secondary set of mathematics that came up which is not unusual in that kind of stuff. But this thing had a movie just wouldn't quit. And I was wondering what's driving that. So guess when a found inside the man of principle drive in an inertial dampeners field. Can you believe that? Wow. Well, one is that let me get Bugs Bunny out here. They help you. His friends one airplane ran out of field. Started phone earth. You're going to be Dahmer's came onto the air brakes. That's what stopped. Yeah. Door and they step out in the plane crashes. They're fine. Right. That's not a joke. It's not a cartoon, y'all. That's the nursery dampener. That's exactly what happened..
"bernie hill" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"And listen, Bernie, broS, whatever bring it bring it on social media. Your emails. I love it. I relish it. I will start reading your emails onto show. We'll have to do that Dana last thing where she reads hate mail on the show, and it's a sponsored segment and she uses the hate mail bag to buy ammo for the range or something that was the greatest idea ever. I don't care. You guys are supporting a total fraud article up at Bongino dot com today. Really good went up in the show knows. Let's go through some of the bullet points on how Bernie Sanders is the biggest fraud in politics. Bernie Sanders who rails against the one percent owns three homes three. He has a two thousand sixteen home. He bought or bought in two thousand sixteen spent five hundred seventy five K off on a lake in Vermont, it'll lake house. Now, Joe I make decent money. I don't have a lake house. I have no problem with burns lake house. I have a problem with the fact that Bernie has a lake house and rails against people who have lake houses. That's kind of the problem. Joe do you have a lake house? No, no, I don't maybe you can check out on Airbnb maybe Bernie's rent than his up in Vermont. You may want to check that out. Well, I wouldn't put it out docs, people anyway. But maybe if you get friendly with Bernie hill throw your bone that you hang out at his lak-. So he has three homes. He has a row home in DC. Gosh, I can't even imagine how expensive that is the lately. Those row homes are right. Joe, you know, the market well, those are pretty expensive. You could have bought one thirty years ago at a deal not anymore. So he's got a nice little row. Home in DC, Bernie nice job there berm. He's got another home apparently in Burlington, Vermont. So he has three homes now what I find fascinating is people are still getting snookered by this fraud this complete clown. He tweets out yesterday, Bernie, he really treated this. He tweets out, how many yachts these billionaire need these pills. I don't know as many as you need homes three. I don't know. I'm not a billion. I don't own a yacht. I don't even like boats. I don't even have like a ten foot. Her to put on the water. I don't I don't need any yachts the point is. I don't care many yachts billionaires need as long as someone's building yachts and getting paid for them in a yacht business. It's good for the economy. I don't care, but they probably need about as many yachts as Bernie Sanders needs home. Joe how many homes can you live at one time. Have we cloned anybody yet? No, not as far as I know. Right. So Bernie can live in one home at a time. Right. So we only needs one right? Let me ask you. Why does he have three go? Why does he have three? Joe just why does he have three homes? I guess because he can you know, I don't know. Yes. Well, done Arba cost. Why does Bernie by three homes because he can because it's a free country. Exactly. It's best answer you've ever given on this show. Why? I have a really nasty. I'm not going to say I don't ever use jokes on the show because it's kid friendly show. But what am I causes a great guys a firefight that he's retired now, but he used to tell me a joke that ended in because they can and I'll have to tell you that what off the job, but it was. It's a great joke ever lineup party by three old because he can that's why because we don't live in Cuba..
"bernie hill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And welcome back. Our final segment with Richard Dolan, as we talk about your foes, and some breaking stories we'll get to your calls, Richard. If you would tell us about this incredible Eastern Airlines encounter of nineteen forty eight. What happened there? Yeah. This was another of the cases covered in the history channel's project blue book series, and as a result of participation, or at least how constellation a little bit with that. I really did a nice revisit of that case. And it's a classic case from the nineteen forty eight summer, it's one that actually sparked the air force to number of analysts to conclude that this phenomenon was interplanetary. That's the word they used extraterrestrial. But what happened was got a Red Eye flight going from Houston to Atlanta for Eastern Airlines DC three commercial aircraft late at night to forty five in the morning. The two highlights were captain. Clarence childs. And the first officer was John witted. Both of these were again World War, Two veterans, captain child was actually it was a Lieutenant Colonel in the warriors fulltime commercial pilot it thousands of hours of playtime. So they're flying. It's nice quiet evening. And what they see is an object that is approaching damage. This brilliant object that comes by them and zooms by the the right side of their airplane. And is it zooms? I it looks like it's about one hundred feet long. They both saw the exact same thing they sketch this after they landed in Atlanta for air force personnel. The object then zoom straight up to the heavens a pass by them, and they've been on a level flightpath. And then it goes straight up. They saw two rows each of them one of them, very distinctly, drew, what looks like windows and two rows the other one also. I just thought you rose, and it was like a flame behind it. So it was like a rocket. There was a shape of a very large hundred foot long rocket except that rockets were not maneuverable, and they wouldn't they wouldn't go on a level flight plan, and then just go straight up. There was one passenger who saw something that was probably the exact same thing. He was awake. And so that's the fighting and as a result. These guys are very very serious by was they were taking serious taken seriously in the air force really looked into it. And what they discovered was that there were a number of other sightings in the general vicinity of south east. And there was a sighting that night at Robins air force base in Georgia on duty person saw what what the care for people judged to be the genuine aerial phenomena. And so what you have is project sign as it was called at the time. This is the predecessor project blue book. They're analysts looked into this. And they concluded that this was very possibly something that we did not know how to make it really got the attention of the higher ups it landed on the desk of air force general Vandenberg, he was cheap staff of the air force at the time. They gave him the conclusion is an interplanetary and Vanderberg says not good enough take it back give me something else. And and so the word very quickly got out there for force. No, no little green men, no flying interplanetary conclusions. But this was called the estimate of the situation. It's never been seen. But it was reported. I think quite reliably by captain Edward repelled and a few other people. Helen Hynek said that he also saw the estimate of the situation while an Air Force Major today also claim to have seen it fascinating. Tom in the Bronx. Get us started here Thomas. Go ahead. I was listening to what berry from South Carolina was saying about the day, the earth stood still and the and the, but the that motion picture, I believe was a product of stories during the time Truman when there was a story about this the spaceship coming down and actually negotiating with the White House now headed Washington DC ever handled lead story publicly, I don't know. Hear that rich. Well, I'll jump in. I there definitely are rumors of presidents having encounters with aliens, I'm not aware of a single Harry Truman story to that effect. There is of course, the famous alleged encounter that president. Eisenhower, supposedly added Edwards Air Force base with non human being which obviously never been confirmed. There are some people who. Claimed that this was so as far as Truman the most that you could say is that in nineteen fifty two when there was a lot of sightings of UFO's over Washington DC a couple of weekends in a row that summer Harry Truman was ad. So Lutely interested in this. There's no question about it. We know this for a fact Edward repel. Do I just mentioned was on the phone with an air force Colonel by the name of Robert Landry. Landry was very close to trim. And at this time. We're talking about the UFO situation with him. And he wrote lookout wrote later that he knew learned that Truman was on the line listening to that conversation. It was that weekend and the other weekend was very very big Truman clearly was interested in the subject. But as far as him having a meeting of any sort with. Extraterrestrials? I've never heard of that. All right. Let's go back to the calls Wayne in Tacoma, Washington. Hey, Wayne, go ahead. Good evening, sir. George fascinating program. The incidences of your hose during the Korean war. We've been pulled on a number shows that the planes were chasing after them and try down and they were told to quit chasing after them. But there was one incident where they were putting artillery into village and the little small light one came down into from the hills. And the bombardment was hitting this thing and wasn't doing anything. And so it came into where the guys were shooting at it. And they were told to shoot armor-piercing boats had it, and they did all they could hear was things on it. And then could not raise on them. And they all got sick. These guys that were exposed to it, and they had a golden world Solloway some of the guys who were so sick in an ambulance. Heard of that one. I've heard this story. Absolutely. It's made the rounds. And I've often wondered, you know, what is the exact source for it for me, everything that I come across. I want to know where the story I come from. And to be honest, I have to confess, I don't know where that one originated. I have heard that story. It's quite fascinating. It's very dramatic and chilling, and it's not the only such story that's of such a dramatic and schilling nature with these objects during wartime. You got a few of them from the Vietnam era as well. And the only thing I can say is I I just don't know how to gauge the truth value of it. But we do know there were definitely UFO sightings during the Korean war. There was at least one excellent photograph made of an object that sure looks like fine saucer from the Korean war, and there were definitely cases up. The US soldiers probably Chinese and Korean soldiers who can under these things. What did you think of the Lonnie Samora Sikora, New Mexico? Police officer case, which I think turned hynick around. Yeah. That's a very interesting case nineteen sixty four in New Mexico and learning Zamora was a state trooper is driving trying to pull over speeder. And and he sees things zoom over across his window. And he stops the chase. And he goes up the gets out of the car goes up a hill sees its object. What she thought was possibly plane crash. He goes over the crest, and he sees what looks like at first and overturned car, which he realizes that. It's not an overturned car. And he sees what looks like children. He realized that oh, they're not children as he's going down toward them. And he became actually very frightened. And because he realized these were not humans, and that was not a spacecraft. It's I'm sorry. He ran and got his courage back and came back to look at it as they had gotten him the vehicle or the craft and craft lifted off. And took off everyone investigated. This case Hynek did air force at all the blue book people all of the the private UFO groups did as well FBI was down there. They were landing traces that were studied this is a heck of a case and line is the more. You know, I mean other than I think the late skeptic Philip class tried to imply that the moral was a liar. And he was trying to drown in connection with the town drum up tours. This nonsense. The more was very truthful person everyone who interviewed him, including Hector Clinton Lia who's running Bloomberg at the time. They all believed him they all thought he was highly credible. And if something really shook him up, and so I think yeah. That was a very important case. There's a lot to it. And it was one of the cases that Hynek was very very deeply intrigued by absolutely let's go to Alex in Rochester, New Hampshire. Welcome to the show. Hi, alex. Thanks for holding. Yes. Thanks for taking my call. Good morning from New Hampshire. Hi, richard. I've met you a handful of times at the Hampshire UFO festival couple of years ago. As well as the experiencers speak alien abductee conference in Portland Maine back when they were going on. Authority on the subject of UFO's. I was wondering, and I don't know if this is fair to ask. Are you familiar with? There's a different guest on a on coast to coast AM, major Dame's remote. The so-called kill shot based on work. He's done with the remote viewing. And he claims that his team promote your is have ascertained. He spoke about this on the air with George Noory if I'm not mistaken. Yes. His team teammates remote. Jurors have seen by using remote that the phenomenon of alien abduction of human beings is not real in a sense. It's actually physically happening. But rather, it's purely psychological, including the Betty and Bernie hill, he says, it was just curly, psychological. Didn't happen physically. I have I believe it did happen physically. What are your thoughts on that? Yes. I agree with you on Alex. I believe that it was an actual physical abduction. There are too many physical after affects frankly that tell me that. I mean, the fact that binds shoes were scuffed up in the fact that the car itself had effects left. On it. And and so much more. I I wouldn't care to comment on on Dame Syria. I mean, he can he can speak for himself. But I would say that there's a there's a certain amount of psychological manipulation. I think that does go on in these encounters. And I think these other beings do have an ability to create illusions, and to make us think things that are actually not happening. And and I'm not the first to talk about this. I mean, my goodness twenty five years ago the way Carla Turner talking about their ability to create what she was then calling virtual reality scenarios back in the early mid ninety. So there is this certain element where there's a kind of mind control happening. So I would never ever deny that. But I would also maintain there's a definite strong physical reality to this phenomenon that there are under beings. They. Are here. They are doing things physically with technology to us physically, and that's a really important element to what's happening here. We have Joe in Long Island, New York Keijo. Go ahead Rach. My question would be on Africa, which would be gone pulpy or the animals and unique landscape and also with Egypt possibly being tied to exit astronauts. Been recent sightings and Africa Egypt. Yeah. Good question. I'm very very interested in UFO sightings from around the world. And. And the reason we just had so little information about sightings from elsewhere compared with the United States North America Canada. But the fact is that there are sightings in Africa. There are a number of very good books. Some good researchers in Africa who has an analyzed UFO's to some extent, but the vast amount of Africa, it's such a huge continent. We know way way too little and and the reason it's not that things aren't happening there things are happening there, but we need UFO organizations down there, we need to develop a kind of infrastructure where people can make reports throughout that continent. So that we can make some comparisons. What's going on down there? What are we seeing here? And by the way, not just Africa most of Asia same story and even other continents like South America, where there are definitely UFO groups down there. But I would. Maintain we need a much better infrastructure where people can make these reports and that even applies to Europe as well. So it's only in North America where you've got David the web cert- websites. Excuse me, like the move on wet side or the ACA reporting center, where you see a UFO you can make a report online and the rest of the world needs it and Africa definitely needs that. But there are sightings. And there's not as many that we have. But they are definitely going on..
"bernie hill" Discussed on Disturbed: The American Horror Story Podcast
"Ran right in. I guess my aunt did said that. These people were chasing him or whatever the guy is like well. I don't see anybody you know be safe because that's about how it was in the sixties. It's like what are we gotta do. There's no such thing as a cell phone. We barely have phones. They did smoke signals so my aunt got back goes back to get in the car and she gets in. They start to go. There's a dude in the back seat. Oh he goes pullover up here. You get in the back seat so terrified they did and my aunt got in the back seat. Her friend was driving. She got in the backseat with this do and he's just talking to him. He's not like threatening them with a knife or anything you just talk to their tear hair of these are those old cars at that time probably knew there. She's looking and she notices his doors at quite shut. All the way which you know okay now you'd be able to tell because it'd be lights and digging and all lead then not even the interior lights really came on for that so she could see the door was a jar so at one point she turned and kicked him with both legs kicked him right out of the door while okay and they tore off crying screaming the came up behind him all he must have gotten right in that car and they just followed them chasing him down the highway again. At some point okay they stopped of course they were really jarred by this. They were terrified of what they had just experienced and they said she said it's like a week later. She gets a call from her friend. She says you gotTa turn on the news right now. They turn turn it on. There's a picture of the guy of Richard Speck. The Guy who was in their backseat was a week after this happened so he was on the hunt but who who were the other two guys in the car no kidding what was going on there now. I probably got a lot of the story wrong but I got probably eighty percent accurate on me. I got you got it pretty. Dang close that is terrifying stories that happened to aunt. Yes and it's not like friend of a friend like I said she they were out with my parents. My wife was out with my parents. My aunt blows this story out there and they're like what the hell is this. Martha tells me I would right I could firmed it and she was like Oh yeah. It was Richard Speck in our backseat. How awful is that? That's like yours who those stories about Casey. How claims that there was another guy? I actually know a guy that used to hang out with that. I preserve that said Yeah we were there with Casey would pull in all the time right back before any of this happened or what was happening but we didn't know this car would pull in and he was known as this creep that was trying to pick boys up up at the forest reserve and he said but he was never the guy driving there was another guy driving and he would he would get them to come in. Come out in the restaurants open. We're just doing the podcast marathon on restaurants open. You can have a seat all right so okay. There's my Richard Speck Story. What's next? That's all about black. Dahlia is the next one so now which season was that was Zenden first season murder house so revealed that that she was like guest at the murder house name with Elizabeth Short right right now the Black Dahlia story is pretty fascinating. <hes> one of those unsolved mysteries to like there are a lot of people they cite as being the person right. It's kind of like Jack The ripper where they go. This is who we believe it is there is no concrete evidence as to who it is terrifying story. It's it's perfect fodder for American story right. Well you kind of unsolved a Lotta doubt but very horrific in it. It's very obviously the shock value was great net just to allude to it but still it's. They're the very good about throwing stuff out there so you know going back and getting off of the Black Dahlia like they put Jeffrey Dahmer and gay see and Zodiac killer in hotel right right stories which is Kinda. They were there kind of mentioned them and you're like oh my gosh it's crazy. Zodiac kept the mask on the whole yeah. That was a frequent tastic so I was waiting for Jason. Show up but I mean that's what they do but yeah yeah I mean the loosely mentioned it that their guests and it was kind of like a passing by but I think it added a lot of wait did will you saw it was like this grouping of people that you wade man. I'm just terrified of all these guys right so they pulled all of that. What's the father? Have you seen the movie. I think it's called Black Dahlia. It's a good movie. It's not great. I thought it was going to be better than it was because it's such a great story. It's so interesting and the movie kind of if I remember right it kind of fell flat for me. I was a little disappointed by there is a video game. I started. It's not about this but is a moment in the game. It's called L._A.. L._A.. Noir the guy who's the lead character and it is actually a guy that was on madman. You Watch Madman yes. He's the guy that got. His foot ran over right okay so he plays a detective in L._A.. At this time and like nineteen eighteen forty five something like that at one point in the game you're going around L._A.. There's all these like it's a great great game but there's all these stories kind of playing out in at one point you go into a park and there is this woman with her. Cut The black Dahlia and you kind of work your way through it but you don't really solve it because they don't really solve it. There's like they think it was this guy. Go chasing down but he's not the guy that right. It's really really great. Oh now. We're the I wanNA talk to this. This is this is U._F._O.. Stop here. We what is it Cranston. It's the abductions of Barney and Benny Hill. Do you know this story a little bit but not that much enlighten me so you're not a U._F._o.. Guy I can talk U._F._O.'s for the rest of the week. I am a U._F._O.. Guy Let me tell you I saw Dr Jail and Hynick Speak Live at Harper College. When I was as a kid I saw what's his name? Stanton Friedman. I saw saying Freeman live amazing yeah. I'm that guy so the abduction of Betty Bernie Hill this is actually the first really big a deduction story ever. They did it in in American history in the second season. They remember how you had the African American. I think it was woman. In the that is in Bernie Hill. He was African American. She was Caucasian. Think about that time period when this was happening. This is the what sixties sixties or fifty one sixty one sixty one when this happened and I mean you have all the racial tension. You have all the that kind of stuff going on the U._F._O.. Scene was something that was not there was the panic because of <hes> the Cold War right there were always you know things going on about this stuff. Think about the movies at that time they were all these space invaders those kind of things but the abduction thing the nuts and bolts of gray the aliens and all that none of that existed it was quickly thereafter it did but you'll right right but these two they had this incident where they were driving along they got pulled over and had this encounter and it was later during hypnosis deep hypnosis they started recalling abduction really traumatic abduction story sure nobody heard of hey hey they took me onto a thing and they were doing medical experience. I mean they didn't exist. Nobody'd ever talked about this and these two people. This is the other thing. This is the other thing that when they have these kind of things people always say oh they were looking for publicity who wants this is publicity right. I mean seriously I mean this helped their lives at any point. They thought it's helping their lives and I mean you can't make that stuff up you can we'll do you. Can't I mean are you. You're just GONNA come up with us at the spur of the moment and say hey. This is what happened to me. I doubt that will have to be very calculated very calculated especially this story especially when you have the regression stuff I mean when he was also being that was new. If it happened now you can go back and kind of pick details. It'd be like Oh. You're right up you. If you create that from scratch that's plenty of as the hills in it when you listen to the tapes and that there's a lot that number one didn't exist. It wasn't running Zeitgeist of U._F._O.. Allergy also stuff. That doesn't match up to what we know now or we we're now what we think because like the term flying saucer they didn't look like saucers in the beginning but this is one reporter said I saw flying saucer and it became the image became the saucer shaped when in reality that's only a sliver of the reports that were coming in the gray aliens the big heads at this time. They were saying that they were in like like shiny jumpsuits. There's just different things about the stories but yet this story is a really fascinating one and it really like their lives. Were really crush. Officers Chris and he ended up. I believe he ended up getting cancer and dying pretty early not long after this whole thing which was something he got like a cancer that would have been that could have been a result of this. He said I was probed this way and he got cancer Sir Bob and no sign of it before that I could have that detail wrong but I mean you marathon. I'm GonNa get things wrong. I learn our you can't story is fascinating. When they brought into the show they played with it? You know I almost wish a story like this that almost portrayed it a little more accurately to the story <hes> at when they I use the hint of it and I think that's a genius of American horror story weren't they. They will like it it back to these horrific things but then they put their twist and I think right right right right. No I get that it just I think they did a good enough job that I wanted and and even more accurate job it's a fascinating story man and it's actually not the first the it's the one that is always cited is the first but they're they're actually a couple of stories before that and there's a big one. I was listening to a podcast about Dang. If I can't remember what it is sorry podcast I can't help you out on this but they were talking about this abduction that happened and it was like two years before Betty and Bernie Hill and it had it might have been the was at the end recent affair which was also very big but it was not the best Bernie Hill scope of big..
"bernie hill" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"Air and david jacobs now take of david jacobs is the one of those three that still alive and he's talked about hybrid invasions but hopkins was was sort of your x files leg medical experimentation aliens and john mack was more they're here to warn us by ecological disaster but there was always under current with in the abduction community that if you see if you said the lord's prayer or if you invoke jesus it would end this and this is not new and there was always the idea that the abduction people are not talking about this this was the dirty secret hm i never could get it to work but i you know i was just my experience well you know the but hopkins would hypnotized people and sometimes they would recall details that he thought just didn't said just delete them yeah exactly exactly a apparently this element was one that all three of them allegedly against italy i've heard were like moorish on talk about the is not talk about that at all yeah uh if you go back to his betty andreassen who is often considered the second or third kind of on the record alien that duct tea at american culture uh her visions or whatever you wanna call them were fairly explicitly religious in nature unlike say betty and bernie hill but hers work and that goes back to their early 70s late '60s i think late '60s the body address in case the joe during the third of its hawk what's hawkers walk walk should was also interesting your words that some great book o'hare normal america.
"bernie hill" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast
"Because you are family of the fishing pee more i guess biased but it wasn't and and i i guess i loved it about about it um go ahead and and tell about the premise of the book bill i set out initially to find out for myself if my onto uncle had actually been abducted by a us so uh i hadn't always believed that they had actually had a close encounter but i wanted to test the hypothesis that barney had merely absorbed dreams that betty had had about abduction after the encounter after baddie became convinced that the dreams were real and having a background in social science and education it was very important to me to be objective and unbiased in the work that i was doing and what i found in the end after i had uh transcribed to all of the hypnosis tapes that my aunt and uncle had with uh outstanding renowned sokaiya tryst benjamin simon who was a skeptic i did a comparative analysis of my aunt and uncle statements uh visavis their dream material and i found evidence that i believe indicates they truly were abducted and all of the fed is in the book captured the betty and bernie hill ufo experience so the the premise from which i started the book actually was uh to present what ever evidence i could find that they were or were not abducted by a uso and uh to talk about the problems with hypnosis the problems with betis dreams and to present in a very objective and unbiased way all of the physical evidence the the chemical analyses of the dress that betty was wearing that night and we can get into that you know a little bit later if you'd like to me in more detail and i asked stanton friedman to join me in this endeavor after i had written quite a lot of the book but it occurred to me that i the book would be strengthened by having the input of uh a wellknown physicist of.
"bernie hill" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"Yes it turns out that betty and barney hell when they were abducted by aliens had their dog duffy with them and does he is a cutie cutie pyingyang should go look up her picture everybody she is and said to carry alert on idle the dog was actually their particpating care looked at our ohio look it up now i will not listen to the speaker she do whether a dog was present rules right work of the odd was their dog was their wish they'd ask the dog what she saw ira who you hear about barney in betty hill but the real tragedy is the dog erasure of that story and it's a cover up del sierra sure but here's my favorite oh yes or yet he went more into the betty and bernie hill incident than we had heard before us ed yeah what do we see care okay so you're exactly businesses fiercely amazing after betty held had her memory regression she remembered that she had seen something ross she had seen a map a map aware where the aliens true raided across the universe had revealed is to renew jonid tour yes she came back and she drew it out for us like moses wrote the ten commandments it showed a trading route across the stars move he believe it i know well it happened okay and so she drew it and you can look this up guys now don't look up other people's renderings of it look up her original drawing.
"bernie hill" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"Sounds right up rally right i'm all for it and i think this talk will be perfectly scientific i think it's going to really show the science and ufos lineup or don't and that's going to be honest and straightforward and the reason i was excited because dandan friedman has been a mainstay of this community for just decades and he has a background in nuclear physics and so they always referred to him as nuclear physicists you know he's like their branch of credibility now get this guy he knows sci he's on our side he believes and aliens that dr odds of all lead bright there you go it so he's really liked the reason that we've all heard about roswell in connection with your foes for us and helped launch the original betty in bernie hill case and publicise that so yeah he's been around for many years and very involved in this and boy the guy just exudes confidence he just noses ride of those people tried to argue of maylike fat chance her kind of thing yes i was so let down by this talk let me just say with all of that as standard friedman i'd already taken a picture with them he gets up and it just becomes one humble brag after another and he's talking about his time you know working and nuclear physics and just making all these really bold statements about how he knows he's right on these things but without giving any actual proof of it well this is the very same he's ever spoken at this conference that's true this is the year to do it right ross well yeah 'cause synchronicity because the secret a city it's the thirtieth anniversary of the conference.
"bernie hill" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"But i hadn't actually known that that was one of the criticism so she i was like oh we start with they say jiang well mentioning for retail luca yeah so to describe her she's a rope petite blonde woman she's glasses short hair yeah you'd see her a pixie cut you'd see her in church definitely weren kinda lower 60s i thank the awareness pantsuit yet and black black pants in ablaze error simple silver jewellery share terrell shinri blouse look good she had a cord this mike she was the first speaker the cordless mike but from there now leo had cordless mike you there was so much material in her talk and we'd really be truncating it to share much of it but she was going into all those major cases she spent a lot of time talking about videon bernie hill and a showing some of their drawings should go from why was sort of documents of all cac and i can take this journey with you to this sort of like really out there claims she'd be talking about like radar stuff the site on minimal to like oh and then there's this woman helen knowles and she did automatic writing and that's how we get some of our staff of like legwell atomatic rating which is like channeling riots to get your information legacy that in my mind very different but she treated those all as if they were the same the same like level of validity right yavuz through and should be jumping back to this correspondence between klaus and various other be boll and the various government report so it was kind of all over the place chronologically as well jumping through time but y'all of it was very assured just this is true we we figured this out it was figured out a longtime go to settle matter.
"bernie hill" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Seems as if this addition of the case the photos that was annotated in three different colors of ink seems that these three people that were writing each other extraterrestrials or at the very least had enough knowledge about extraterrestrials to be casual about the whole thing this is an excellent guy showed have enjoyed seeing liam as chief trenton trying to maneuver the first craft beer for directional field induction was discovered that to me is classic tale of howling league good humor joint you remember when we milk that black man i believe that he was married to a white woman bernie hill did you also invent the fiving pen ink oh you're talking about that the thing that humans may that comes out of their front tubes that black man made quite a bit of a wide and you know what i'm saying i think you also would appears to be an alien language used in these writings here's an example of that yes i does dick nixon the tough enough on these cola try tall give me okay are able to floors broken up here in the studio that seemed to the hell is upon us thank you for uttering though those words orcas you sound like a rabbi with the brain vote open up it'd be more like your from time to time dick nampa died hold on i pardon the call told me okay in the room now looking looking this is no already got them went back down the hill so interesting is even a bit of a blue joke included in these and occasions when jesup wrote the sentence these reports include a thunder bolt disrupted the bridal chamber of france mantra marin c n day in day france one of the correspondence responded with.