September 24, 2017

Special Cases – Long Island File (56): I Am in Your Hands

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Early in the morning, June 5, 1967, John types out a heartfelt letter to the aliens that he’s come to believe are contacting Jaye Paro. He has, at least for this morning, decided that Jaye is not hoaxing, and places himself in their hands.


September 17, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (55): Frank Davis Is in Trouble

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John’s record continues… Jaye Paro reports on her last broadcast from the Burning Embers restaurant. Frank Davis, an Air Force lieutenant who had once questioned her, and who occasionally showed up at her shows, is taken off by two men in a “large, expensive car.” Jaye says that she had received a letter in red pencil; John notes that she never saw Apol’s red penciled letters, although all of Apol’s correspondence came through her. Jaye also found a Gideon Bible with her initials in it, just as John had found his name in one. She also asks about Mt. Echo, WV; the town does exist, although I don’t know what was going on there then.

September 10, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (54): Important

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After the questionnaire, John’s record resumes with more wild stories from Jaye Paro. He remarks, “at this point almost anything seems possible.” I wouldn’t go that far, but I continue to be baffled at what Paro was doing, and how she was coming up with her stories. John also gives a list of supposed UFO bases in Long Island; in later years, he said he discovered many of the suspected sites were military, and realized that he probably shouldn’t have been snooping around them.

September 5, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (53): The Questionnaire, Continued

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Below is the rest of the questionnaire that John sent to Apol (through Jaye Paro, as usual). He noted the answers on the carbon; the originals were in faint red pencil. I suppose there are many ways to read this. Probably the least productive is as the genuine response of an alien (even if Apol was real, he was not very informative); the most productive may be as a record of John’s questions about the continuing UFO puzzle, vintage 1967. What would John Keel ask an alien? Many topics are mentioned: the origin of the aliens, their physical bodies, their religion, their government, their plans, their use of stolen and mutilated animals, and more.


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