Hollywood’s attention unwelcome
Retired colonel expects film to give short shrift to military’s exploration of the paranormal
By Joe Schoenmann
Mon, Jun 15, 2009 (2 a.m.)
George Clooney portrays a character loosely based on Las Vegas resident John Alexander in a movie coming out this year. But being played by a Hollywood heartthrob isn’t enough to make the retired Army colonel happy with the film.
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From UFOs, Crop Circles, Consciousness, Remote Viewing and even Non Lethal weapons research for the US military, rumors abound surrounding Rtd. Col. John Alexander.
I have been invited and attended meetings with him and Robert Bigelow, the only private owner of a space station, in their National Institute for Discovery Science offices, which Bigelow owns. John Alexander, Robert Bigelow, George Knapp, Colm Kelleher and one unknown flew by private jet into New Haven Connecticut to view my database some years ago. Alexander was a presenter on the same platform as myself in Washington D.C. a couple weeks ago.
Now news comes that a movie : Go to: http://www.colinandrews.net/JohnAlexanderMovie.html