Clifford Stone is unique among those experiencing and investigating UFO and ET phenomenon.
He spent 22 years in the US Army as a part of an extremely elite and secret group that was rapidly dispatched to crash sites in order to recover UFO or ET craft, bodies, and artifacts.
Since his retirement from the Army, he has devoted his time to a diligent Freedom of Information Act search of government archives. He maintains that we have knowledge that intelligent life is visiting this planet in craft capable of traveling distances of many light years very quickly; effectively bypassing acceptably known physics.
“I was involved in situations where we actually did recoveries of crashed saucers. There were bodies that were involved with some of these crashes. Also some of these were alive,” he said.
“While we were doing this, we were telling the American public there was nothing to it. We were telling the world there was nothing to it,” Mr Stone added.
“You have individuals that look very much like you and myself, that could walk among us and you wouldn’t even notice the difference,” he said.
Stone has also claimed to have catalogued 57 different species of alien life forms.
Further, he stresses that our recovery of these ET craftand artifacts, have allowed our government to make staggering scientific gains of great potential benefit to the world.
He maintains, as do many others, that this information is held in deeply secret programs beyond Constitutional controls and safeguards, and that despite the end of the cold war, those controlling these ‘black projects’ have continued to keep these important discoveries to themselves and for motives known only to them.
Sgt. Stone is coming forward with his story to encourage citizens and our elected officials to open investigations and end this Constitutional bypass by a powerful and covert organization operating under our noses and in our skies.
At the opening talk of the Paths to Contact conference, Clifford describes some of his childhood contact with ETs and his life in the military.