Dr. Bruce Maccabee – MUFON-LA (1 of 1)
Dr. Bruce Maccabee – MUFON-LA (1 of 1)
Dr. Bruce Maccabee is a retired optical physicist, and has been one of the premier UFO researchers in the last few decades. His accomplishments in this field are too long to list here, but in particular, Dr. Maccabee was the first to receive the FBIâ€™s UFO files via a FOIA request in the late 1970s. A FBI story on a memo in these files has been getting a lot of attention lately. In this story, the FBI referenced having released the UFO memo in the 70s, they were referring to Dr. Maccabee. Even though this is the case, no one in the media has bothered talking to Dr. Maccabee about the memo, so we are.
In this edition of Open Minds UFO Radio, we talk about how the media has gotten this story wrong, Dr. Maccabeeâ€™s opinion of this now infamous â€œHottelâ€ UFO memo, and what insights the FBIâ€™s UFO files give us into their investigations into the subject.
For more on Dr. Maccabeeâ€™s work, visit his website at: http://brumac.8k.com.
1952: WASHINGTON, DC AND THE YEAR OF THE UFO, with Dr. Bruce Maccabee. More than fifty years ago during the most amazing flap of sightings in the … video.google.com
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2005 – Dr. Bruce Maccabee – Washington DC and the Year of the
Visit www.X-Conference.com SECURITY MATTER – X THE UFO / FBI CONNECTION, with Dr. Bruce Maccabee. During the early years of UFO sightings (1947 … video.google.com
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2004 – Bruce Maccabee – Security Matter X: The /FBI Connection
Tales of the Hawk tells the story of a Retired Air Force Colonel who worked at the Air Technical Intelligence Center at Wright Patterson Air Force Base which has been confirmed as a depository for recovered crash debris of extraterrestrial origin. His story is about his own "cover up" experiences. Dr Macabbee is one of the original developers of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) and was instrumental in establishing the Fund for UFO Research. The X-Conference is pleased to welcome UFO Researcher and Physicist Bruce Maccabee, PhD The X-Conference is produced by X-PPAC (Extraterrestrial Phenomena Political Action Committee) and The Paradigm Research Group, who's mission is to educate Congress, the Press and the Public about the Government imposed "Truth Embargo" and to bring about formal acknowledgment by the US Government of an Extraterrestrial presence engaging the Human Race – Full Disclosure. UFOTV is pleased to present what will be all of the presentations that were given by all the invited speakers at each of the X-Conference events. Stay tuned as we continue to upload further video coverage. We apologize for the commercials during this online presentation. As stated on our main channel page, the advertising revenue from this program helps to cover the heavy production costs of putting on the yearly X-Conference event. DVDs from this historic and ongoing X-Conference event will be available shortly. Go to www.UFOTV.com. Keyword – "X-Conference
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Bruce Maccabee and Others: FBI Vault 1950 UFO Memo Based on Hoax
A recent news item about a memo regarding the 1947 Roswell, New Mexico UFO/alien incident created controversy. Was the memorandum based on fact or a hoax? On April 13, 2011, there was a news item about a 1950 memorandum, UFO FBI Memo …
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THE BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES –> Photo analysis by Dr. Bruce Maccabee, Phd.
See THE UFO-FBI CONNECTION by Bruce Maccabee [Llewellyn, St. Paul, MN, 2000). Eltermann described the searchlight as being 5 ft in diameter and with a divergence of about 1.25 degrees or about 20 milliradians. This means that the diameter at a distance …
This is a discussion of the photographic print first published in the Los Angeles Times newspaper on Feb 26, 1942. An article on March 13, 2011, by Scott Harrison indicates that the published photo was actually a retouched version of the photo.
(See http://framework.latimes.com/2011/03/10/the-battle-of-l-a-1942/#/0 )