Blue Book Becomes Tawdry

DATELINE: Hanging Around Hangar 18

Either the series Project Blue Book is headed for some kind of big cliffhanger at Hangar 18, or the show will be dead on arrival for season 3.

We have to admit that it has grown more tawdry and grotesque in its unpleasantness. Whether Quinn and Dr. Hyneck are truly allies, or mistrustful double agents, we know the two General Nuisances are Cold Warriors of the first stripe. They are out after the guy who seems to oppose the McCarthy anti-communists and are dupes of UFOs.

This week a JFK impersonator showed up to prove that the CIA is likely behind a plot that will emerge to assassinate the president. He wants to stay in touch with Hyneck (Aiden Gillen), which is a sure sign we are headed for a big ending in two weeks.

On top of that, all the story arcs came together conveniently with our Russian double agent in stiletto heels who has been playing Hyneck’s wife and Captain Quinn (Michael Malarkey) in the bedroom. She shoots another Soviet agent in Hyneck’s living room and is taken away by police.

If this stuff is based on the true cases of Hyneck, we have missed quite a bit in the history books, or the History Channel is the main purveyor of the truth.

When the CIA is dispensing LSD to Kennedy’s secret aide, we sort of see the writing on the wall, if not the script. Of course, Kennedy was interested in UFOs and was a friend of the suicide Secretary under Truman (fictionalized in this series like so much else).

Caspar Phillipson who played JFK in many films, is here again as the President.

If you want the truth to set you free, you simply head to Wright Patterson and look in the Blue Room, which we presume will be next week.

 

More Lunacy: Whitey, UFOs, and MK-Ultra

DATELINE: Conspiracies Gone Amok?

Whitey as Man in Black

With more circumstantial evidence coming out about James ‘Whitey’ Bulger, you begin to think he will soon be the subject of Ancient Aliens as the Manchurian candidate of choice.

Yes, it appears that MK-Ultra, that mysterious CIA organization may have had more to do with LSD experiments on criminals and that could account for 16 years of missing time for Whitey when the Feds couldn’t find him.

Good heavens, can it be he was abducted by aliens who used him with the same experimental enthusiasm of our government agencies? After all, men in black have divided loyalties. Whitey would be the ironic Man in Black.

After all, Whitey was a split personality in his own way: preying off older gay men he picked up at gay bars around Boston in the 1950s, but also reserving the right to meet movie star Sal Mineo for some nefarious sexual purpose.

MK-Ultra is an off-shoot of the kind of occult UFO tie-in that the Nazis had with their notorious “Bell” project. You know, the one where the Nazis were experimenting with time travel with the help of ancient aliens living in Antarctica.

There are those who think Hitler and other high-ranking Nazis used the technology to speed away to another dimension, or through another dimension in their bell-shaped curve of time and space.

We once believed all this was fanciful and hallucinatory stuff coming out of the mouths of MK-Ultra victims who wanted an insanity defense at their trials.

Now we wonder if their fantasies and insanities correlate with other dimensional beings. Call us anything, but we haven’t done mind experiments with LSD. Our mind is more apt to be under the control of the Twilight Zoneof TV sci-fi.

You know those who know too much end up like Whitey, under federal prison protection, and assassinated. Only recently we saw the same scenario worked on Jeffrey Epstein. If you know too much, you are a sitting duck in a prison cell.