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US govt. and UFOs

by Willy / April 8, 2014 6:04 AM PDT

The title iteself on either topic is enough to rise interest. Just thought I'll pass something that intrigued me. I saw some DVDs(season 2) of the "DECODED series" History Ch. show. Seeing some of the bonus material at the end, provided an interesting insight on the heading above.

"Tiny the truck driver" <----heading of bonus material

Tiny, a commercial truck driver was under a contractor proving service to the Area 51 base. He was to park and drop his trailer in the provided parking lot. Then await the the return or another trailer to be hauled off base. Federal requires the driver to be told what the contents were, in this case, "cadavers". The load was to be taken to Washington, DC to the Mint. Tiny explained that his truck was a 53ft. trailer and more than enough to haul some cadavers appeared to strain under the load. *NOTE* the Mint does only a few things, notably make and destroy money. In total destruction of money and account to the gram the amount being destroyed. Placed in a crematorium for this purpose, WHY? would a truck being hauling cadavers there? Wild guess, the destruction of not human but *alien* bodies. Though Tiny didn't see any bodies he thought it was odd.

*My added note* It sure seems that way to me. This is the first time, I heard a story like that. In some ways it practically lends credence to it. However, in the past, Area 51 was doing so much "environmental damage" because of the chemical burning of waste and anything else found on a base in "open pit burning". The workers, even airman have become sick and have sued to recover health benefits either by spouses or service personnel. I only know this due to other reading and video sources that touch on Area 51. It's just one of those side interests I've come across. -----Willy Happy

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