CLIFF DICK’S BLOG: I wanted to write a blog and expose my life, Washington and UFO’s. My wife and I were abducted by UFO’s in 1982, I was raped and she was taken in a space ship and I wait for her return.
I now dedicate my life to her and to fight waste in Washington. I want you to read to amazing stories and join me this Friday on the Kevin Matthews Podcast. Please America, pay attention to the slim living and controlling your life in Washington and you must know, you are not alone.
A Republican candidate for the state legislature said Tuesday that he has spent $59.05 of his own money to set up an Internet website, Rochambeautrail.com, to save the Democrat-controlled General Assembly the trouble — and save taxpayers the expense — of going through with a plan approved by the Senate Monday night: to spend up to $180,000 to establish a historical website to highlight the route that the French general, Rochambeau, followed across Connecticut during the American Revolution.
Greg Bachand, of Wallingford – a 62-year-old lawyer seeking the Republican nomination to run for the 85th District state House of Representatives seat now held by Democrat Mary Mushinsky – issued a press release Tuesday, touting his short-circuiting of the bureaucratic process.
“Bachand Publishes RochambeauTrail.com, saves taxpayers $179,940.95,” was the headline on his release.
Whether we believe in them or not UFO’s are enough to capture our attention and grip our interest. Opinions remain divided on whether they actually exist, are clever hoaxes or merely a trick of the mind. Back in 1947 private pilot Kenneth Arnold described how he saw several unidentified flying objects travelling at high speeds near Mount Rainer, Washington. He said they flew in a close formation and were shaped like saucers, hence the nickname ‘flying saucers’. Just a few months later and the world had one of the most famous UFO incidents…
In July 1947 a suspected UFO crash-landed in Roswell, New Mexico. Extra-terrestrial debris marked in alien hieroglyphics and even alien corpses were thought to be recovered. An autopsy was believed to be carried out on the corpse of an alien by U.S. doctors. However, since the 1970s huge controversy has surrounded the Roswell incident. The U.S. military took a firm stance that it was not an alien craft that crashed to Earth but an experimental high-altitude surveillance balloon belonging to a classified program named “Mogul” instead. A cover-up to detract the public’s attention of a genuine UFO and alien life in an effort to avoid mass hysteria? Or was it simply the truth that some people do not want to accept? Cliff Dic-UFO Expert, Kevin Matthews Podcast.