fromtheashes2.com Uncategorized The following is a group of cases that I was involved in during the early 1990s.

The following is a group of cases that I was involved in during the early 1990s.

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The first of these cases is one that involved what appeared to be a implant. As I stated online, back in the late 1980s and early 1990s I operated a computer bulletin board out of my house that focused on the study of UFOs, Bigfoot, and conspiracies. As I had initially gotten into the culture surrounding bulletin board systems in Northern California I got to know a number of the operators in the Sacramento area. Several of these bulletin boards had as their subject of study UFOs and related subjects. The one that I hooked up with almost immediately was a guy by the name of Dan Brown. He operated a bulletin board that was very similar to mine. He was ex U.S. Army and had a very keen interest in some of the things that were related to military involvement with the subject. As such we would go out and do kind of mild field research into such subjects as the FEMA camps, one of which was supposed to be down by Oakdale California. We actually traced it down to being in an old munitions depot in the town of  Riverbank. What made this particular base pretty interesting is that had all of the necessities for what had been described as the FEMA detention centers, including a parent the fairly sizable piece of property. It also had incoming rail lines and some very large buildings. Over the years I’ve always held the my suspicion of this site in reserve.

One of the other bulletin board operators was a young guy in his late teens or early 20s who lived out in the north area of Sacramento. He called me one day and said I have something that I needed to see. When I got over to his house he told me that we needed to make a ride over to a close friend of his’s house. Along the way he told me that this particular friend was a son of a prominent doctor in the Sacramento area. He was actually a prominent surgeon. We got over to the guys house we sat down in his living room and he brought out a folder and he asked me to open it and take a look at it. Inside of the folder there was a group of x-rays. He told me that these x-rays were of a patient from back east that were taken another surgeon who was a close friend of his father. When the surgeon back east had taken these x-rays he found something in the lower back of this patient that he could not explain. He said that this man had never had surgery before but yet he had an object inside of him that was very strange and out of place. The object was about 2 to 3 mm or maybe smaller in diameter and shaped like a hexagon with little spiky protrusions like antennae that came out of each corner of the hexagon. The object was very close to the spleen. The surgeon was completely puzzled and had sent copies out to California to the surgeon here in Sacramento to have him review and make comments on. After looking at the x-rays myself, I had the very strong feeling that this in fact might be an x-ray of an implant.

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