Tag Archives: Thomas Wilson

My Early References to the Wilson Affair, 2006-2018

By | July 27, 2020

It occurred to me that although I have mentioned many times that I first encountered the notes by Eric Davis regarding his meeting with Admiral Thomas Wilson in 2006, I have never bothered until now to collect all the instances in which I discussed the matter. The intreped researcher Giuliano Marinkovic prepared a fantastic research… Read More »

5 Hour Deep Dive into the Wilson UFO Leak | Richard Dolan Show

By | July 15, 2020

Greetings everyone. I forgot to post this when I uploaded it to my Youtube channel last night, so for those of you who missed it, this is an epic 5-hour interview I conducted with the mysterious (but one of ours) Mr. X. !  I see it’s already getting a lot of feedback in the Youtube… Read More »

Wilson-Davis Livestream Panel at 6 p.m.

By | July 5, 2020

Greetings, Everyone, On Grant Cameron’s Youtube Channel there will be what promises to be a fascinating round table discussion/panel on the Wilson-Davis notes. This will start at 6 p.m. Eastern time. The link below might get you there (I’ve been having trouble getting a proper link to Grant’s channel for some reason), but if not… Read More »

Another Great Find by the “Young Guns” — Miller Letter to Wilson

By | June 28, 2020

James Iandoli, one of the “Young Guns” of Ufology (so-nicknamed by Grant Cameron), had a great find recently, something which was actually on the site of Dr. Steven Greer but apparently not noticed. A 1995 letter from Navy Commander Will Miller to Admiral Thomas Wilson.  Aside from throwing more cold water over Wilson’s claims of… Read More »

Important Analysis of the Wilson Document

By | November 14, 2019

One of the members of this website (Kosh) has undertaken a deep analysis of the leaked 2002 document from Dr. Eric Davis concerning his meeting with Admiral Thomas R. Wilson. This is very significant work. I am honored to be able to communicate with Kosh and discuss this and related matters, as his level of… Read More »