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The Vanderclock Report: UFO Disclosure

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A former Prime Minister of England banned the reporting of a “bizarre” incident, off the east coast of England, for half a century amid fears that disclosure about the unidentified flying objects would create public hysteria.  He is said to have made the orders during a secret war meeting with US General Dwight Eisenhower, the then commander of the Allied Forces, at an undisclosed location in America during the latter part of the conflict.

Mr. Churchill is reported to have made a declaration to the effect of the following: 'This event should be immediately classified since it would create mass panic among the general population and destroy one's belief in the Church'.

Are there still ongoing efforts by those we trust to cover-up even more recent incidents?  Robert J.  VanDerClock, UFO researcher/lecturer/writer, knows cover ups exist.

Having served in the US Army in Can Tho, South Vietnam from December 1970-71 as part of the 574th Military Intelligence Detachment, his responsibilities were Undercover ( "civilian") Interpreter, Bilateral Liaison Officer, and Staff Analyst for incoming Intelligence reports from the field.

Robert has conducted 112 lectures beginning in June 1995 in New Jersey, New York, and Roswell, New Mexico International UFO Museum on 9/11/99.  He has made appearances at the Great UFO Congress/Earth Mysteries Festival, 2003, 2004, 2007; Garden State Journalists' Association, 2000.

Vanderclock has a notable published article; "A Candid Colonel", FATE Magazine, March 1999.  He has additionally prepared research papers; "The Roswell Incident, The Rush Toward full Accounting" (1995); "Roswell, The Mystery Deepens" (1996); "Roswell; Toward Final Revelations"(1998)

 

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