A high-ranking official has inquired into UFO-related activities involving several present and former government officials.
At the core of the discussion was the government’s “phenomenology problem” — evidence for a mysterious form of intelligence that appears to transcend time and space.
One man, and one man alone appears to occupy the best possible position to probe into the facts, fantasies, and fallacies behind the real-life “X-files” of UFOs, alien visitors, spies, lies and polygraph tape.
In our first interview, Dan Throop Smith talks about his contacts with the Intelligence Community, strange phenomena and why we must live in the Best Possible World, where all good things must come to an end.
What would you do if you could see into the future? And what if you visions were filled with images of terror?
Is this revelation about a real ‘nuts and bolts’ extraterrestrial alien visitation, or is it just nuts? Is there a nightmare on disclosure street?
Inquiring minds want to know: Is our national insecurity guarded by an elite team of specially trained rodents in residence?
Why CIA hamsters might not be aliens, but they might be RATS (Rugged Automated Training System)
In September 2001, Dan Smith, the son of Eisenhower and Nixon White House Advisor Dan Throop Smith, reported on his friend from CIA to Baltimore FBI. Now former national terrorism adviser Richard Clarke comes forward with a conspiracy theory of CIA cover-up over al Qaida operatives.
It took nearly twenty years, but Dan Throop Smith finally gets his say on Coast to Coast AM national radio.