This is good stuff. One of the things that I’m realizing: Keel paid attention to everything. Occurrences that others just wrote off with a shrug, he investigated. He saw and realized the patterns in the “little stuff”. Thanks for continuing this website.
Comment by Clarence Carlson — February 7, 2014 @ 5:05 pm
Well, thanks for reading… John’s energy and curiosity were remarkable, especially at this time.
Hi, Doug. Here’s a weird one: I have tried to comment on the Soldier of Fortune article 5 times–none have gone through. I gave up. The attempts were made over several days at different times. No joy. But enough of my blurry paranoia. These latest texts are simply mesmerizing. Keel truly did pay attention to everything, and we’re better–if no more intelligent–for it.
Doug, I’ve been wondering whether any of the audio recordings Keel made or collected in the course of his investigations have survived, and if so, are there any plans of having it digitally transferred for future posts? Thanks!
Keel referenced HAM radio broadcasts of strange phenomena in his books and articles. I’m particularly interested if he managed to obtain any of the recordings he was shown by operators. I work for a full recording studio and could help with the transfer process if needed if any of his recorded materials shows up.
If I remember correctly (and I’m sure someone will tell me if I don’t), John wrote about the shortwave number stations. I haven’t found any recordings in his archives, but a 4-CD set of those puzzling broadcasts was released a few years ago as “The Conet Project.” Reissues and downloads seem to pop up and vanish from time to time, so you could try looking for it. (I’ve only heard excerpts, myself.)
Yeah, I discovered the Conet Project years ago. Nothing very paranormal about numbers stations. What I’m really interested in is the anomalous broadcasts mentioned occurring in UFO flap windows and eye witness testimony to experiences.