April 9, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (34): What Is Gladys Doing?

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 9:53 pm

As July 1967 continues, John reports on some of the strange activity around another contactee, Gladys Fusaro. He makes a couple of hoax calls to her; I’m not sure why. Jaye Paro records a tape in which she apparently channels one of her alien contacts, Agar. And Gray Barker chimes in with an odd story as well.

It was not until 1981 that there was an assassination attempt on the Pope. The shooter was Turkish (although the attempt took place in Vatican City); and the Vatican revealed in 2000 that the Third Secret of Fatima did indeed prophecy the Pope’s assassination. More, of course, for John to puzzle over.


  1. Any knowledge of what’s become of Jaye’s tape?

    Comment by VA — April 10, 2017 @ 5:28 am

  2. No, no idea.

    Comment by Doug — April 11, 2017 @ 11:48 am

  3. […] “stupid little friend, Gladys, has unwittingly gotten herself involved.” Well, Special Cases–The Long Island File (34): What is Gladys Doing?, this being John’s entry of the next day–July 18, 1967–details some continuing […]

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  4. Anyone know who Sam Stewart is? Since John asked him to leave his apartment after only a few minutes, it sounds as if their conversation did not go well. Could Stewart have been spying on John?

    Comment by MadMike — April 16, 2017 @ 3:49 am

  5. I wondered that too. Who is Sam Stewart?

    Comment by Doug — April 16, 2017 @ 7:33 pm

  6. a little bit about Jay Paro’s work on behalf of NativeAmericans ??

    EARMINGDALE, N.Y. (UPI) — A Long Island group of about 100 “average ordinary working people and housewives” has become so incensed about the “completely hopeless” conditions of a small Indian tribe in Arizona that it has determined to do “something about it According’ to Mrs. Jaye Paro, chairman of the Society of American Indians in Farmingdale, the Cocopah Indians of Soraerton live in “the most tragic conditions.” “Ihey have no schools, and fanjilies live on an income of between $30 and S65 a month from welfare checks,” she said. “Some of them, mostly children who have no one to care forrthem, even live in cardboard boxes. Their diet is pinto beans and potatoes and they suffer not only from respiratory problems that: -civilized America licked years ago but obesity as well.” · Mrs. Paro, a freelance miter, said; today the tribe of 745 Indians: also had a high suicide rate^ and an SO per cent unemployment rate. And lacking such modern facilities as electricity. they were in constant danger from -fires lit to heat up their ramshackle huts, she said. “We have a regular Biafra right here in Arizona and no one knows about it,” she said. In. a telegram to President Nixon today, requesting aid for the Cocopahs, Mrs. Paro called their; situation “a blot on the credo of the United States — a travesty of the words ‘life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.’

    Comment by patty g — April 17, 2017 @ 3:04 pm

  7. citation for article March 2, 1971
    Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona

    Comment by patty g — April 17, 2017 @ 3:08 pm

  8. Huh! Thanks. More info on the mysterious Paro!

    Comment by Doug — April 23, 2017 @ 9:37 pm

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