In a relatively short time, 25 people who worked in the space field died for various reasons. Sidney Sheldon, who discovered this tragic phenomenon, seriously believed that it had to do with aliens. According to Timothy Hood, these deaths were not accidental, but rather, were the work of special services that eliminated the experts because they knew too much.
I believe that this probably happens more often than we care to think about. When it comes to the government, especially the US government, nothing would surprise me or the lengths they would go to, to 'silence' someone who knows too much and who they might consider a security risk. Of course I have no proof, but from what I've read over the years there have been too many 'accidental' deaths of people in higher places. I just don't trust our governments, they haven't given many reasons for us to put the amount of faith in them that we have.
Paranoia has led to many people taking their own lives, whether the paranoia was justified only they will know, because only they know what they said and to who. I don't buy into the idea that you can know to much, but you can say to much.
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Edited by The Sky Scanner, 12 October 2012 - 08:50 PM.
"Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science". ~ Edwin Powell Hubble
The Sky Scanner, on 12 October 2012 - 08:42 PM, said:
Paranoia had led to many people taking their own lives, whether the paranoia was justified only they will know, because only they know what they said and to who. I don't buy into the idea that you can know to much, but you can say to much.
And of course there was the one where the guy shot the cop. Not much of a conspiracy there.
Killed by Police (deluded weapons hoarder, shot a cop first)
Missing declared dead
Run over by his own car in garage (Accident?)
Fell from Bridge (suicide?)
Looks to me that the connection between these deaths is mental illness not anything else.
I can see the government offing someone who knew something that would not only be detrimental to an administration, but also real with physical evidence. There is no physical evidence to date of aliens that would lead to a definitive conclusion, and when people claim to have "inside knowledge" of aliens and UFO's, people usually dismiss it. No need to kill someone who "knows too much" about aliens/ufo's.. Linking Obama's fund raising tactics to unofficial donators is one thing to kill someone over, but not UFOs.
Phil Schneider died a very bizarre death that was ruled a suicide but many people disputed it. He told some very way out stories, of course, lie his father had been a German U-Boat Captain but was also involved in the Philadelphia experiment, not to mention the gunfights with aliens under Dulce.
I don't buy his whole story, but I think he father was indeed involved with the classified UFO investigation. Schneider had documents posted about that--his father's private papers.
I have wondered if he was really murdered, though, along with some of his other close associates.