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May 15, 2014
Area 51/S4 Bob Lazar Speaks Out After 25 Years – May 15, 2014
In 1989, Lazar claimed he worked on reverse-engineering alien technology at a secret facility called S-4 that was built into a mountainside just south of Area 51′s main site. He alleges he was booted from working at Area 51 after it was discovered that he had leaked information to friends, informing them of where they could watch test flights of the advanced extraterrestrial technology on which he was working, read more
Lazar: “Barry turned on the reactor, which is a flat plate, half a basketball essentially on it, just a hemisphere. And once activated you could not touch the sphere. You put your hand on it, just like poles of a magnet. The exact same type of force. We had a little golf ball and threw it at it and rebounded and knocked a ceiling tile out of place. That alone is something amazing that could change everything we know today,”
“Look, I know what happened is true. There is no doubt. Period,” Lazar said.
Shocking Area 51 Secrets Revealed!
This is a full presentation from Michael Schratt from the 2011 International UFO Congress.
In this fully illustrated PowerPoint presentation, Michael Schratt will provide specifics regarding Dr. Dan Burisch's alleged interaction with an extraterrestrial known as "J-Rod."
This historically significant account of human/ET contact allegedly took place at the super-secret S4 facility located 12 miles south of Area 51.
A fully illustrated floor-by-floor breakdown of the facility will be highlighted, covering what was contained in each of the nine hangar bays on level one.
Also included are detailed drawings of the flight simulator on level 1B, along with a very accurate schematic layout of the cafeteria, file department, communications, and transportation logistics to the facility.