A Former USAF Officer Says He Has a Piece of UFO Wreckage

SourceA FORMER US Air Force sergeant has claimed that he buried metal from a recovered alien aircraft and catalogued 57 species of extraterrestrials while in service.

Sergeant Clifford Stone claimed that in 1973, he was involved in the retrieval of a crashed extraterrestrial craft.

He claims that he hid a small piece of the craft’s metal exterior in his boot and buried it near his home in New Mexico, Nevada, US, after leaving the US Air Force in 1989.

The man also bizarrely claims that prior to his departure, he had catalogued 57 different species of aliens. …

YouTube conspiracist Blake Cousins – of thirdphaseofmoon – has since uploaded a video of a conversation he had with the former US army soldier.

In the clip, the former soldier: “Yes I have it and wouldn’t dare to keep it in the house.

“I had it here to show some people where I kept it, a day longer than I should have and then somebody actually came here and tried to take it.


“That was some tense moments, I almost shot somebody that day.”

Blake now believes his conversation with the former sergeant “could change history as we know it”.

Well alrighty then. There we have it. Confirmed. Tangible, physical proof of a “Close Encounter of the Second Kind,” which is defined as :

A UFO event in which a physical effect is alleged. This can be interference in the functioning of a vehicle or electronic device; animals reacting; a physiological effect such as paralysis or heat and discomfort in the witness; or some physical trace like impressions in the ground, scorched or otherwise affected vegetation, or a chemical trace.

Is the guy who interviewed Clifford Stone correct, and this “could change history as we know it” You’re damned right he is. A solid object of a metallurgy not of this Earth would be nothing short of the greatest discovery in human existence. It would be irrefutable truth that extraterrestrial life not only exists, but has been visiting us and studying us. It would change our perceptions of reality. And confirm what thousands of experiencers have said is truth and validate believers like myself.

Granted, if I would think that if you owned a chunk of a downed alien craft that you have been hiding from the government for decades and decided you finally want to reveal it to the world, you’d go public with it. Hold a press conference. Go on TV. Make a video and post it to YouTube. Tweet it out. Challenge any independent lab to test its molecular structure and prove its not a hoax.

But what do I know? Maybe if I was walking in Sgt. Stone’s orthopedic shoes, I’d prefer to do a strictly audio phone call with a UFOlogist and just tell him about it for his YouTube channel. Then the curious world could just take my word for it. The way the Mormons did when Joseph Smith found golden tablets with the third book of the bible buried in his back yard but just copied down what they said instead of showing them the plates because that’s what God was going for. After all, there was that one other time when he showed it someone who then tried to take it and he had to threaten the guy with a gun. So you can’t have that.

So I guess it’s just a matter of what you want to believe: Irrefutable, scientifically verified physical proof that UFOs do exist once and for all, or a poorly done interview that sounds like it’s between kooks. As always, I’m going to stick to believing what I want to believe.