US Airman Who Claimed He Saw Top Secret NASA Photos of Alien Structures on the Moon Dies in Bike Crash
by Emma Parry October 17, 2018 (thesun.co.uk)
• In 1965, U.S. Air Force Sergeant Karl Wolfe held a top secret clearance as he was assigned to repair photography equipment for NASA’s Lunar Orbiter Project within the tactical air command at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Virginia.
• In 2001, at the Disclosure Project event at the National Press Club in Washington DC organised by Dr Stephen Greer, Wolfe revealed that back in 1965 when he was working in a NASA photography lab, another airman told him that they had “found a base on the back side of the moon”. The Airman showed him photos of towers, domes and mushroom-shaped structures on the lunar surface that were beamed back from the Lunar Oribiter, prior to the Apollo landings in 1969. Wolfe claimed that NASA was covering up evidence of artificial structures on the dark side of the moon.
• Wolfe became concerned and frightened that he had breached security protocol. “I remember going home and naively thinking that I can’t wait to hear about this on the evening news, and here it is more than 30 years later and I hope to hear about it tonight,” said Wolfe at the press conference. Video of his testimony has been viewed millions of times on the internet.
• Wolfe (74) died in October from injuries sustained when he was hit by a tractor trailer as he was bicycling in Lansing, New York. No charges have been filed against the truck driver. Said fellow Disclosure Project witness, Dan Willis, “He was a very brave man with nothing to gain by giving his testimony other than fulfilling his wish to see it on the evening news as he stated.”
• The shock of Wolfe’s death comes as UFO hunters are still reeling from the death of another legendary whistleblower, retired U.S. Army Command Sergeant Major Robert Dean (89) who also died in October, in Tucson, Arizona. Dean claimed that when he worked for the NATO at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe in France during the 1960’s, he read a document entitled “The Assessment” which contained photos of dead aliens, crashed UFOs and reports by military pilots and scientists. The document suggested Earth was being visited by several different ET races. Dean spoke out on numerous radio, TV documentaries and at conferences around the world, and was awarded three lifetime achievement awards for his contribution to the field of ufology.
Former US Air Force Sergeant Karl Wolfe, 74, was cycling in Lansing, New York, when he was hit by a tractor trailer.
He was rushed to nearby Cayuga Medical Centre but later died from his injuries.
Cops have launched a probe into his death but no charges have been filed against the driver.
Wolfe shot to fame in 2001 when he made startling claims that Nasa was covering up evidence of artificial structures on the dark side of the moon.
Sergeant Wolfe had a top secret clearance and worked with the tactical air command at Langley Air Force base in Virginia.
In 1965 he was loaned to the Lunar Orbiter Project run by NASA at Langley Field.
He worked as a precision electronics photograph repair man and was sent to fix a piece of equipment which was “bottle-necking” the production of photographs.
Wolfe was taken to a lab to work on the faulty equipment and noticed there were scientists from all over the world on the project.
Another airman who was in the darkroom told him NASA had “found a base on the back side of the moon”.
He then started showing him pictures of towers, domes and mushroom-shaped structures on the lunar surface. The photos were beamed back from the Lunar Oribiter prior to the Apollo landings in 1969.
Wolfe spilled the beans on the incident at the Disclosure Project event at the National Press Club in Washington DC organised by Dr Stephen Greer in 2001.
Video of his testimony has been viewed millions of times on the internet. In it he says: “I was taken into the laboratory where the equipment was malfunctioning. I couldn’t repair it in the dark so I asked to have it removed.
“An airman second class was in the dark room at that time – I was also an airman second class.
“I was interested in how the whole process functioned – how the data got from the lunar orbiter to the laboratory so I asked the young man to explain he process to me. He did.
“About 30 minutes into the process he said to me in a very distressed way, ‘By the way we’ve discovered a base on the backside of the moon’.
“And then he proceeded to put photographs down in front of me and clearly in these photographs were structures, mushroom-shaped buildings, spherical buildings and towers.
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