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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Daily 2 Cents: The Gralien Report...Butch Witkowski: Missing People / Todd Sees Death Case -- UFO Encounter in Tennessee

Butch Witkowski - Missing People / Todd Sees Death Case - The Gralien Report

01.25.15. ESP and Disappearances on The Gralien Report

Micah is having fun with the media this week, as we look at the fact that “newly released” Project Blue Book files were actually available for years already… although we’re glad that John Greenwald and the Blue Book files are getting some much-deserved attention in the mainstream. Then we skip over to the discussion about how the Washington Post may have been using knowledge of atrocious practices in the 1940s, carried out by the Canadian government against indigenous people, to fuel an argument against ESP research. Does this betray bias on their part?

In hour two, we are joined by researcher and retired law enforcement officer Butch Witkowski, who discusses strange cases where people go missing and, in many instances, are never found. What could lay behind these disappearances? We also look closely at the truly unsettling case of Todd Sees, a man who went missing for a short period, and whose body turned up again under very curious circumstances. Witkowski counts it among the strangest cases of human disappearances and possible mutilations he has ever studied… what circumstances actually led to the death of Todd Sees?

NOTE: All current information can be found at Todd Sees Investigation (Ongoing)...Lon

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UFO Encounter in Tennessee

Between the hours of 5:00 a.m. And 5:15 a.m.on January 27, 2015. I was working doing my rural paper route in Silerton TN. As I stopped at a stop sign I heard what sounded like a helicopter. This is not unusual. As things get pretty boring on my route I tend to notice things out of the ordinary. I sat for a about two mins awaiting the helicopter as the sounds grew closer. I couldn't find them in the sky so I continued on my route. About 4 miles I traveled when I caught sight of the helicopter over the tree line. I sped up around the corner to see if maybe an accident had happened I initially thought this was a medical helicopter. As I rounded the corner. I could see three obvious military helicopters. I am not an expert on aircraft nor have I served in the military. we have a national guard armory in town so I am well versed in the site of military craft. I figured that's all it was. So I continued working. At approximately 6:15 a.m. I came to a wide open 3 Mile straight away on my route. I always look at the stars at this point on my route. As I looked to the north I noticed something completely Unusual two stars in the sky brighter than Venus. And they appeared to be traveling closer together as they were on opposite sides of the road. Initially I thought it could be a brain matrix as sometimes when you travel stationary objects appear to move, and there were two slight curves in the road. As I got to the straight away I tried to pay better attention to the lights to figure out why they were so bright. My first thought was perhaps they were landing lights of planes. Instantly I knew this was not the case as I see dozens of these every night. My focus went back to determining if they were stationary object or not. They appeared to still be traveling as both object were now in my windshield and I was traveling straight. I came to a complete stop to rule out anything I may be doing to cause these objects to appear to be moving. They continued to head towards one another until they crossed paths. Completely confused on what I was seeing I decided to something and I have no idea why I did this. I use very bright Hid lights colored pink. As this is a very open area and very secluded with little to no population I figured if I could see them perhaps they can see me. I flashed my lights in a distinct order two times fast and a pause for about half a second then flashed a second time. Feeling goofy about it in my own mind. I shifted to drive and was about to continue forward. When on a dime both object stopped without slowing down. As soon as this happened my heart sank and my face become numb and flush with panic. I froze in place and could not think fast enough what to do next. The object on the right blinked then the object on the left blinked then together they blinked about half a second later. In the exact sequence I flashed my lights in. I immediately sped to the next drive way. I felt as if I needed to hide. I pulled into a driveway and parked where the trees blocked my view of the object that was on the right. I sat for a few seconds and grabbed my phone I wanted to text my wife and just tell her what was going on I looked at my phone and watched the battery go from 92% to 0 and shut off. I was listening to the radio station 107.7 the Bob and sheri show was on. And the station completely went out. I hit the scan button on my radio and could not pick up a single station. The static in the station began to pulsate in the same sequence I flashed my lights. A minute or two had past at this point and my only thought was to drive home I didn't even finish my route I didn't want to continue north bound and see the objects. As I looked out of my window the object was now hovering just above the trees where I could see it. This felt intentional to me. I sped off southbound trying to get home. I could not see the objects in my rear view mirror. And felt relived. I was now on a road surrounded by trees on all sides. I noticed at this point it was a very cloudy sky usually the sun would be coming out at this point no stars in the sky. I could now see through the trees as I was driving one object was following me southbound. As I came to another clearing I noticed the object seemed further away but was not traveling away from me but in the same direction I then noticed that the objects were actually stacked on top of each other. And we're flashing what I can only describe as a beam. It appeared to look like when you shine a flashlight in the sky at night when some fog is present. The beam didn't come all the way down to the ground it appeared to only travel a short distance from the objects. They were shinning this light in all directions. I tried to slow down as I slowed the objects slowed. I turned East onto Montezuma Rd. The objects for a moment were behind me I turned off to hwy 100 e heading toward Henderson tn. And the object were now on my right hand side as if they just appeared there. I was becoming more and more scared at this point and decided to take a back road so that I was at least in a more populated area surround by more tree cover. As I turned north bound Wilson school Rd. After about a mile I entered into tree cover I noticed a school bus in front me and felt safer for some reason. As I looked to the sky I could not see the objects any more. I continued on this road for another two miles and turned East on Sanford Rd. As I looked out my window I could see the object again through the trees. Still had no radio stations. I was at almost the exact spot I saw the helicopters earlier and as soon as I noticed where I was at two helicopters flying about 150 feet above the tree lines headed in the direction of the craft. The radio made the static sound again in the same sequence and it popped back on. I could no longer see the craft. I reached down for my phone and pressed the power button and it booted up. Battery was 92% but my clock was in eastern time zone. After about a min changed back to Central time. This was without a doubt the most bizarre thing to ever happen to me. I don't feel comfortable even discussing this with my wife. I'm actually terrified to go back to work tomorrow. - MUFON CMS


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A man in a Yeti costume has been seen prowling the streets after officials closed the roads to traffic.

While Boston residents were asleep in their homes this morning a lone figure was making the most of the snow and ice by wandering around outside dressed as the abominable snowman.

The unidentified prankster made light of the wintery conditions as he walked around in the snow while a second individual took photographs and posted them up on Twitter. One of the pictures shows him trying to hail a cab while another claims that his presence is responsible for the schools being closed.


The MoMo Tale

“No, not our MoMo — the MoMo in the folklore of our state.”

“Never heard of him,” was the reply — and as soon as the admission became an echo, I rubbed the dog MoMo’s ears and was out the door to find “MoMo The Unknown” at the State Historical Society of Missouri.

MoMo, the dog, is really named Mo because once he was always hungry and when he emptied his food dish — a large dish for an 80-pound pooch — he looked at you and grunted “mo” for more. We call him MoMo because it is a more lyrical name than just Mo.

“MoMo” of MoMo The Unknown is an abbreviation for “Missouri Monster.” In case you don’t already know that story, here’s the tale taken from articles in the Louisiana (Mo.) Press-Journal and the Columbia Missourian.

MoMo, the monster, was first sighted in July 1971, in the brush on a hillside in the Mississippi River town of Louisiana. Picnickers including Joan Mills and Mary Ryan reported encountering a foul-smelling, black, manlike, 7-foot-tall monster with a pumpkin-size head, furry body and hair obscuring its eyes.

The frightened picnickers locked themselves in their automobiles. MoMo ate their picnic food and disappeared into the brush. Reports that he had been seen along the river were never verified.

It was just about a year later, midafternoon on July 11, 1972, when the children of Edgar Harrison were startled to see a tall, upright creature carrying a dead dog into the woods fewer than 50 yards from the Harrison home. The monster matched the description of the 1971 sighting.

Marzolf Hill, which towers over Louisiana, was declared off-limits to the public after the area was inundated by armed vigilante groups out to kill the monster.

Others came forward to tell of hearing the monster roar and crash through the brush. Shelby Ward, Louisiana’s police chief at the time, organized an official search party of 30 and scoured the hillside for hours. They found fresh trails, broken brush and footprints, but no sign that could not have been made by horse or human.

The police chief was convinced that nothing in the way of a monster was on the hill. But he was alarmed by the number of people — including national news networks, a pair of reporters from the Missourian, and radicals carrying guns — who were on the hill. He feared someone becoming trigger happy and urged everyone to stay home.

Soon afterward, Hayden Hewes, director of a private UFO bureau, arrived to investigate. Edgar Harrison — father of the children who sighted MoMo with a dead dog — circulated reports of UFO sightings near Louisiana. Hewes found a single footprint and said the print belonged to a prehistoric man; he urged that the beast should not be killed. Previously, footprints had been submitted to Lawrence Curtis, director of the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden. He declared them a hoax.

For the next six years, according to a 1978 follow-up story in the Columbia Missourian, Harrison maintained the area was disturbed by an annual visit, usually around July 11, by something that howled and snorted like a cougar — though no cougars were known to be in the area. He also claimed that each spring something tore up a kennel at a neighbor’s house.

Fast-forward to 2015. Dave Moller, editor of the Press-Journal, wrote a piece about MoMo. He talked to the Harrison children, long grown into adulthood, and they chose not to discuss it because of the ridicule the family had endured after their first report. There was no longer a MoMo Street Festival, which had been very popular in the years after the story broke. Various sightings continue for a few years, but by 2015 none had been made in decades. MoMo seems to be “No Mo.”

One thing is for sure — it was not the Clark dog, MoMo. He’s only 4 and he’s no ghost. - Columbia Tribune

More information on MoMo



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