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Thousands Of Historic UFO Recordings Destroyed

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2012 17:49:24 -0400
Archived: Sat, 24 Mar 2012 17:49:24 -0400
Subject: Thousands Of Historic UFO Recordings Destroyed

Source: TopSecretWriters.Com


March 2012

City Action Destroys Thousands Of Historic UFO Audio Recordings

In July of 2011, the city of Calimesa, CA destroyed one of the
largest single video and audio UFO collections in the world in a
single afternoon. The destruction took place by a team of guys
wearing anti-bacterial suits and face masks.

No, this isn't a scene from some science fiction movie - this
even really happened at a small house in Calimesa. Sherry, the
woman that lived at the house, was found passed-away in the
house on Tuesday. By Friday, the city had hired Ecology Control
Industries (ECI) to clean out the house.

Apparently, the condition of the house created such a health
hazard - Sherry had owned a number of cats - that the crew had
to wear white anti-bacterial suits and face masks over their
mouth and nose.

While this is something that you'd expect to see whenever a city
needs to take care of a house that has become a health hazard in
a community, the twist in this story is that stored in the
garage was a lifetime collection of audio and video tapes and
documents covering the subject of Ufology. The house was
formerly owned by both Sherry and her former boyfriend - David

If you don't recognize the name - David Aaron was well known,
particularly in the 1990s, as the owner of a massive collection
of amateur video and interviews covering UFOs called the “UFO
video clearinghouse.” He gave a talk for MUFON titled UFO Videos
From Around The World, and in 1994 he was quoted in a Time
Magazine article about Harvard psychiatrist John Mack (1).

The collection that was stored in the garage - directly in the
path of the ECI trash removal crew - was David Aarons own
collection, encompassing years of research, work and archiving.
He has said that his collection that he started in 1986,
included audio and video dated from 1947 up through 2005. Within
hours, David Aaron's collection would be lost forever, but not
without a fight.

[More at site... thanks to Dave Haith for the lead]

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