CLOSE ENCOUNTERS

ON CAPITOL HILL

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Over the past 50 years, many people have asked, "If UFOs/ETs are real, why don't they just land on the White House lawn?" These aliens would then presumably request that they be taken to our leader. Unfortunately, we don't have one leader on this world, we have many, and most of them can't agree on anything. Furthermore, aliens are not welcome here, so why would they waste their time going to the White House? Obviously they didn't. Instead, they chose to land on Capitol Hill.

It is logical to ask how an historic event like that could occur without being reported by the media. Well, that's what this book is about. I became involved in this story quite innocently one morning, in the spring of 2005, when I received an amazing e-mail that had been forwarded to me from a professional photographer in Washington, D.C.

At the time, I had no idea that this information would change my life. In retrospect, I could have just deleted the damn file and dismissed the whole DC UFO story. Instead, after careful consideration, I decided to thoroughly investigate all the eye-witness reports and photographic evidence of UFOs landing on Capitol Hill in July of 2002.

As a result, the deeper I dug into the rich history of UFOs over Washington, D.C., the more I realized it was a huge story that was largely being ignored. Granted, the alien incursions of July and August in 1952 had made headlines around the world, and there were a couple of clear, night-time photographs of UFOs over the Capitol building from 1952 that I found intriguing. But those events were officially dismissed as reflections from lights on the ground or were blamed on the weather. As a result, the media's interest in UFOs over DC simply evaporated.

In fact, dramatic and frequent alien incursions continued to occur after the summer of 1952. The East Coast, specifically the area around Washington, D.C., was a preferred destination for UFOs, but for some reason, this fact was never reported. The situation would remain that way until July of 2002 which was the 50-year anniversary of the UFO invasion of Washington, D.C., in 1952.

During my investigation, I learned that UFOs were photographed or witnessed in D.C. on July 4, 16, 20, 26, 30 and 31 of 2002. To their credit, on July 26 and 27, FOX News and the Washington Post reported that UFOs were seen over DC and that NORAD had scrambled jets to intercept the alien spacecraft. However, in the end, the results were the same as 1952. The UFOs continued to come and the media and the military officially ignored the fact.

Despite my best efforts, after many months of researching the situation, I had not found a way to get the media and the government to begin a public dialogue about the ongoing alien incursions of restricted and prohibited airspace around Washington, D.C.

I spent many hours on the telephone and exchanging e-mails with various people that worked in the nation's capital and the media, but they all reacted the same way scared. Although I understood the government's fear and hesitation to address this issue, I firmly believed that the public needed to be informed that UFOs were routinely penetrating American airspace.

It seemed to me that when people finally realized what had really been going on in D.C. for more than 50 years, they would begin to ask intelligent questions of their political and military leaders regarding alien incursions of restricted airspace by UFOs.

 


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