I just interviewed Jim Goodall yesterday and this is the first part of our fascinating talk. Jim has been in aviation for many years. He got to see the Blackbird back in 1964 and the F-117 extremely early on while out in Nevada with John Lear. He coauthored the first major book on the F-117 (with Bill Sweetman) and delved extensively into Area 51. He is a friend of Bob Lazar, George Knapp, and the late Ben Rich. Plus, he is totally fearless. You’ll see from his stories. I asked Jim about his take on just how advanced the black world is. His answer mirrors what Ben Rich told him ten days before he died: “We’ve been there, done that, or decided it wasn’t worth the effort.”
Part one (55 minutes) airs as a Youtube Premier on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 3 p.m. Eastern time. Part two will be for members of this site only, and is 80 minutes long.
Great interview, Richard!
Well, Step aside, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, Jim Goodall is here!
I can go to my grave at peace now, knowing that Bob Lazar has been endorsed by an audacious determined intellect, endowed with sagacity and pluck not seen since Brigadier General Norman “Dutch” Cota.
The interview was captivating, as each wow moment accumulated. I am so glad a chance meeting between Bob Lazar and Mr. Goodall may help legitimize Bob’s claims, but truth be known, I am even more pleased that Bob has a friend like Mr. Goodall in his corner for these past many years.
I did have one question, did Mr. Goodall ever catch a glimpse of a paperweight possibly made form a unique and rare element that was sitting on the table?
Thank you for sharing a glimpse of your fascinating past with us here, Mr. Goodall, and thank you, Richard, for the time and effort once again.
Legend Jim Goodall, the right stuff!
Freakin’ gtreat interview!
Thx Richy, bad ass interview all right. Hehe…good old Jim “fearless” Goodall. Unfortunately, they do not make’m like that anymore…
Cheers to the fearless ⚔️