I’ve been away for the past few days, and although I had hoped to be able to post a few things it turned out to be not in the cards.
Two days ago I drove from Rochester to Ithaca, New York to shoot two episodes of a series that will appear on the History Channel, an episode on Area 51, and another on contemporary issues of UFOs and Disclosure. Just as a snow storm hit our part of the state, I began my drive! However, anyone who has lived in the northern climate long enough knows how to deal with all that. I arrived at the shoot in Ithaca and all went well.
Following that, I spent some much overdue time with one of my closest friends: Peter Robbins. This has been the year that so much has gone sideways or backward, and one of many casualties for me at least is that I lost touch with some important people. So it was with Peter, whom I have known for almost twenty years. Life and friendships are unpredictable, but my friendship with him has been one of the great pieces in my life, and we have had many mutual adventures.
For those of you who don’t know, Peter is a longtime UFO researcher who is perhaps best known for his collaboration with (now somewhat infamous) Larry Warren on the excellent work, Left at East Gate, about the Rendlesham Forest UFO encounter of 1980. He’s done a great deal of work in other areas as well, many of which overlap with research of my own (when we met in 2002, we both discovered we had been examining the 1949 death of Defense Secretary James Forrestal). Over time, Peter and I seemed to be together everywhere and we became fast