Jeremy Corbell


Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell was 13 years old when he heard a radio broadcast by news reporter George Knapp that would change his whole perception of life, the universe and everything. That broadcast related the story of a young scientist by the name of Bob Lazar who had done a local Las Vegas new TV news report with the same George Knapp in 1989 divulging information about a highly classified US Government project he’d been working on at a nearby secret facility at Papoose Lake in Nevada.

“It was pretty fascinating.” Jeremy reveals. “I was deep in to martial arts, doing jujitsu, at that time and I had never heard anything like Lazar described, the propulsion system you know. At the time I was under the impression propulsion is traditional force – you push something out the back, you move forward – so the concept of bending time/space and falling into a pocket somewhere in space was absolutely fascinating to me.”

“The whole reason we know about Area 51 and the S-4 facility is really because of Bob Lazar and that interview which continues to be broadcast around the world today on multiple formats. It is unbelievable the way that his story, whether people believe it or not, has influenced our popular culture.”

“There were were always rumours that Lazar was some Government agent of disinformation but by spreading that, if the plan was to get public eyes off of what was going on out at Area 51, what happened was the absolute opposite. It became sort of a UFO Disneyland as people came from all over the world to witness these advanced craft flying into space.”

Bob Lazar admitted in those interviews he knew the timetable of these ‘flight-tests’ so he would often take friends to a nearby ridge and watch the show, including the highly decorated former USAF pilot John Lear…

For the rest of the interview with Jeremy click here…

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