JOHN KEEL NOT AN AUTHORITY ON ANYTHING

April 16, 2017

Special Cases – The Long Island File (35): A Letter to the Lorenzens

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 7:31 pm

John writes another letter in the midst of all this, to the ufologists Jim and Coral Lorenzen. He compliments them on their recent book, Flying Saucer Occupants, and fills them in on his continuing research. He’s apparently taking many of Jaye Paro’s stories quite seriously at this point. Newcomers to this continuing saga should remember that his views changed in later years. But here, in the midst of it, he’s sure he’s onto an important story.

5 Comments »

  1. I’m beginning to think Jay Parro might have gotten herself involved with a Cuban religious cult. That could explain some of the descriptions of the men she met with Apol and Agar as well as the way she described Lia when they first met. Basically what I’m trying to say is that mind control by means of voodooism was being used on Lia as well as Jay Parro herself. It could also explain the tape she had that had Spanish as the language being used in the recording which I expect was preaching the beliefs of the people Jay was meeting. That still doesn’t explain though why Agar and Apol were pretending to be aliens but who knows? Maybe the next clue will be presented on this site soon.

    Comment by Joseph — April 19, 2017 @ 12:28 pm

  2. […] not so sure. See what you think. Naturally this MIB subject brings up the name of John Keel, and Special Cases–The Long Island File (35): A Letter to the Lorenzens. This letter gives us a neat summary of Keel’s then-current understanding of the imbroglio in […]

    Pingback by Neil Armstrong and the Men in Black? – Mysterious Universe | We Seek the Truth! — April 20, 2017 @ 10:53 am

  3. […] not so sure. See what you think. Naturally this MIB subject brings up the name of John Keel, and Special Cases–The Long Island File (35): A Letter to the Lorenzens. This letter gives us a neat summary of Keel’s then-current understanding of the imbroglio in […]

    Pingback by Neil Armstrong and the Men in Black? – Mysterious Universe | InnerCirclePress.com — April 20, 2017 @ 7:49 pm

  4. What were the Men In Black really trying to accomplish? Many believe the MIB were attempting to silence UFO witnesses, but most MIB experiencers continued to discuss their UFO sightings. Could the MIB’s true goal have been to reinforce belief in the discredited extraterrestrial hypothesis and keep hidden a much darker reality?

    Comment by MadMike — April 21, 2017 @ 8:52 am

  5. That’s an interesting possibility. I suspect, though, that Apol and Agar were products of Paro’s imagination, although she may have believed in them. As far as I know, John never actually saw or spoke with them.

    Comment by Doug — April 23, 2017 @ 9:40 pm

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URL

Leave a comment

Powered by WordPress