Date of discovery: May 2010, updated video.
Location of discovery: Nevada, 3rd dry lake left of Area 51, USAF base, USA
Google Coordinates:  36°55’35.30″N  116° 0’25.41″W

This is an updated video I made about the 30 meter UFO found at the base I believe to be area S4. Bob Lazar said in an interview video that Area S4 was the third dry lake bed from Area 51…that is here! But others seem to spread disinformation that this is Area S6. Lately I read on the news that they just now noticed this Area S6 on Google map, wondering what it might be? LOL, figures. I believe that people were told they were being taken to Papoose Lake, but were actually being taken to the next dry lake bed as seen in these photos. Remember, Lazar was riding in a bus with blacked out windows. He only heard where he was going, he could not see out the windows.




I actually found 3 UFOs in the area, but I only care about this one…its magnificent and its huge. If you want to see all three, look at my old 2010 video at the bottom of this post.

I’ve known since 2010 what it might be…a climate controlled hanger that holds a 30 meter disk. The hanger was built around the disk and apparently they had difficulty flying it in the beginning, so they built the hanger around it with 180 degree doors to open allowing it to leave when they fly it. The renewed the airport runway here and all the structures, and there are often 2 or more new small passenger planes to carry scientists in and out secretly.

Warning: you will not find this UFO if you do not follow the instructions of how to turn the clock back on the google map photos! So watch carefully please.
Scott C. Waring







1st video below I made this week. Newest.  
This 2nd video below I made back in 2010.


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US soldiers dropped over UFO Crash site in Nevada Desert ! March 2016

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March 2016 – USA, Nevada desrt. US paratroopers dropped over UFO crash site. A large crater has been reported by soldiers. Click here to read the complete article :…

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Whistleblower Says They Are Here

“Dr. Eric Norton” has worked as a consultant for the National Security Agency (NSA) and NASA for about 12 years. He has worked on many projects for the government, most recently with the Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO) which is involved in several research projects with the underlying goal of gaining a better understanding of the meteoroid environment so that the MEO models can be improved. They basically monitor the skies, track meteors and other objects in space. Here for the first time he talks openly about what we are not being told. The mass-media has begun covering this story. Outlets such as the London Daily Mail, New York Daily News and The Hindustan Times of India have versions of this story, but none of them has the initial, long-range-telescopic image of the craft that TRN has, nor do any of them have the audio interview with “Dr. Norton” whose name was changed to protect his identity.……

WOW!! Government Admits Working With UFO”s & Aliens

It was 1964. Late at night. The Northern California man had lost his hunting buddies in the woods near Lake Tahoe and climbed a tree to sleep. Awakened by a glowing object landing on a nearby ridge, the man was soon fighting for his life against two neckless creatures and a robot before the beings emitted a noxious gas and knocked him out.

ufo kidBy Matthias Gafni, Bay Area News Group

It was 1964. Late at night. The Northern California man had lost his hunting buddies in the woods near Lake Tahoe and climbed a tree to sleep.

Awakened by a glowing object landing on a nearby ridge, the man was soon fighting for his life against two neckless creatures and a robot before the beings emitted a noxious gas and knocked him out.

A tall tale? Drunken binge? Drug-induced hallucination (it was the ’60s, after all)? No matter. That Placer County UFO sighting and thousands more were studiously collected and meticulously researched as part of the Air Force’s strange, long-shuttered Project BLUE BOOK, a government program on the hunt for little green men — or perhaps Soviet spies; no one is saying for sure.

For 22 years, the military seemed to spare little expense in chronicling humans’ reported otherworldly encounters with glowing orbs, spinning spheres, flying ice cream cones, and more.

All of it had been hidden away in archive files until a UFO enthusiast posted 130,000 documents worth of BLUE BOOK material in a free online database for the first time last month. Dozens of Bay Area close encounters were included in the trove.

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MANY People Vanishing Into Thin Air! WHAT’S HAPPENING???


“If you go out to the woods today, you’re in for a big surprise….” The words of this innocent children’s song, A Teddy Bear Picnic, reflects the American love of family camping. The activity of healthful, recreational bonding has been passed down from generation to generation, all with little worry about the dangers of the forests and mountains. But the public has been practicing this popular pastime without the knowledge that over 1100 people have disappeared from our national parks and open spaces in the past 100 years.

Bigfoot Children Abductions Missing No Explanation

This is very scary is Bigfoot abducting children in Park’s there are thousands of unknown missing people in Park’s with out no explanation why or what is happening to them…

CALIFORNIA YOSEMITE PARK ALIEN Night Crawlers or spirits Creatures



This report has become quite popular in the months since it was published in April of 2014 – which is an indicator that people are becoming concerned enough about this situation to consult search engines about the matter PRIOR to heading out on camping and hiking trips. This is an eerie situation which indeed should warrant caution and investigation. Be safe out there …

The National Park Service doesn’t keep sufficient records on these vanishings, and in fact, it appears to be hiding this information from the public. Strangely, a big percentage of these disappearances have clues in common: Huckleberries, dogs, swamps and bad weather.

Author David Paulides has written the books Missing 411-Western U.S., Missing 411-Eastern U.S. and Missing 411-North America and Beyond to tell the little known story of these disappearances dating back at least 125 years in this country. The year 2013 saw more national park disappearances than in the past 27 years combined. Paulides has hit several stone walls on his quest to solve the mystery of the disappearances, including the National Park Service (NPS) and the FBI.

The Beginning
Paulides, with a career in law enforcement, first learned of the disappearances from national park employees who confided their concerns to him about the inordinate amount of missing campers from the parks and the mystery surrounding them. When he began digging for information he saw the 28 clusters of disappearances around the country, the number one cluster being Yosemite National Park, near San Jose where Paulides had served as a police officer.

Strange Similarities Between Disappearances
Most of those who have disappeared are children ages 20 months to 12 years and the elderly ages 74 to 85. Not one person carrying a firearm(and only one carrying a transponder device) has disappeared.  Typically, a search is initiated and run for about ten days then dropped.

Fifty percent of the children who go missing are found dead, and the ones who are found are found miles away from where they disappeared, in areas seemingly impossible for them to get to on their own. The majority of children who have disappeared had dogs with them. In some cases, the dogs returned, but the children never did. Children found alive won’t talk about their experience or say they don’t remember what happened to them.  They’re found usually running a low-grade fever and appear traumatized.  In all cases, the parents say that the child was right behind them when they disappeared. Usually, the children are wearing bright, colorful clothing when they disappear, and even if they are found miles away without the shoes they were wearing, their feet are not scratched or bruised.

Yosemite National Park, with 40 to 45 cases, has the largest cluster of vanishings and oddly, in most areas where the disappearances have occurred, huckleberries are almost always in great abundance.

Many of the areas that people have disappeared from carry such names as Devil’s Gulch, Devil’s Lookout, Twin Devil Lake and Devil’s Punch Bowl., perhaps named to reflect the evil people have sensed in these places over time.

In 95 percent of the cases, bad weather strangely follows a disappearance, washing out footprints and other clues and making it impossible to carry on a search until the weather clears. In 98 to 99 percent of the cases, tracking dogs are unable to find a scent or simply refuse to track.

Almost 98 percent of the disappearances occur in the afternoon. Searchers have been known to cover an area over 100 times, only to later find the person, alive or dead in the same area they searched before.


On the Trail-Stone Walls
When Paulides first requested information from the NPS  under the Freedom of Information Act about the missing persons, he was told they had no records. Later, an attorney called Paulides and asked him why he wanted the information. Since Paulides was a published author he was entitled to an exemption from any fees associated with obtaining records from the park service, but the attorney told him that the park service would not abide by that rule, since supposedly, Paulides’ books weren’t in enough libraries. (ed note: judging from the amount of reviews on amazon – Paulides’ books appear to be very popular.) Paulides was shocked when the attorney told him that if he wanted the “non-existent” records from Yosemite National Park, it would cost him $34,000, and if he wanted records from all the national parks, the price tag would be a whopping $1.4 million.

The Missing Person Cases
In the Rocky Mountain National Park in 1938 a husband and wife hiked high into the park and sat down to rest. Looking up high above them on a cliff in an area called The Devil’s Nest, they spotted a small boy all alone. Thinking the foolish parents were nearby, the couple moved on and later drove home. As they arrived in the valley below where they had hiked they saw as many as 2500 people mulling about, but didn’t stop to ask what was going on. The next morning they saw a photo of the missing child in the newspaper, and recognizing him as the child they had seen, they drove back to the park to tell the searchers but the young boy was never found.

A two year-old boy was visiting his grandparents in Ritter, Oregon in 1952 when he disappeared. He was found unconscious 19 hours later in a frozen creek bed. To arrive there, the small toddler would have had to run non-stop 12 miles across two mountain peaks in those 19 hours, quite impossible considering his age and size.

Fact: In 95% of ALL missing children cases they are eventually found no further than 2.8 miles away from where they disappeared.

The FBI refused to give Paulides any information on the disappearance of another small two year-old boy who disappeared in Yosemite in 1957. In that case the boy simply vanished as he walked around the perimeter of his family’s camp site. Bloodhounds and hundreds of people searched for him. He apparently climbed 3000 feet straight up a mountain. He was found dehydrated and suffering from exposure with a tee shirt,  no pants, one sock and no shoes.

One of the strangest finds by rangers was a missing man who was found leaning against a log, his pants around his ankles. The only parts left of him were part of his tibia in his right pant leg and part of his skull and his scapula bones in one inch by one inch pieces.

Young girls also disappear in the national parks. In Yosemite in 1981, a 14 year-old girl was backpacking on horseback with her parents and a group of people up 9200 feet to Sunrise High Sierra Camp. When they stopped to rest, the girl asked if she could go with a 70 year-old man on the trip 50 feet away to take some photos. The old man sat down on a log, and the girl went to the edge of an elevation to take a photo of a lake down below. She walked down the hill and never came back. The FBI agent told Paulides he would never get the information on this case, that it was none of his business.

In another more recent Yosemite case, a young woman was found dead at the bottom of a high cliff from where it seemed she had been flung. It was determined that she had been raped after her fatal fall.

In a few cases, Green Berets have surprisingly shown up to join and/or take over searches. This happened in 1971 in Newcomb, New York when an 8 year-old boy vanished while walking back to a lodge to change his clothes. His scent was lost in a swamp and he was never found.

Paulides said the case that really bothers him the most is of a 6 year-old boy who disappeared in 1969 in the Great Smokey Mountains. Two families with the last name of Martin happened upon each other, and their two sons began playing hide and seek in the nearby bushes. When the parents called the boys into camp and one didn’t return, the boy’s father went to find help. A rainstorm began as he ran down the hill. At the same time, further down the hill, another family with the last name of Key heard a sickening scream and looked up to see what they thought at first was a man hiding in the bushes. The boy’s father reached the valley and called the FBI to meet him at the park but the agent told him to meet them at another location, which made no sense.  The Green Berets showed up again and took over the search completely. Meanwhile, Mr. Martin stayed in the park two months looking for his son, who was never found. In researching his books, Paulides visited Martin, the father, who told Paulides that when the Key family spotted the man in the bushes, he or it was carrying something on its shoulder; however none of this information the Key family proffered was included in the FBI report. Paulides was told during his investigation of this case that some “wild men” live in the park that the park service had not been able to control.

Twelve other people have disappeared in the same area and the FBI agent monitoring those cases allegedly committed suicide. The phenomena is not limited to the U.S., either. In the Philippines, many people have disappeared, most never returning. When visitors go there they’re told that they must not wear colorful clothing into the jungle. The bright colors seem to attract whatever it is that takes the people. This clue is similar to the American children who have disappeared wearing bright clothing.

In his books and in interviews Paulides does give some possible reasons for the disappearances. On a recent appearance on the radio show Coast to Coast AM, Paulides listed some ideas, such as sasquatch, large birds and extraterrestrials, but he also mentioned demons as a possible cause, which goes along with the belief in the Philippines that the Jin or demons are responsible for the abductions.

The reviews of Paulides’ books on Amazon show that people are glad to have the information to better prepare themselves to take their families into wilderness areas. Some mention how upset they are that the NPS would keep this information to themselves, most likely to protect income from park visits. New York Times bestselling author Whitely Streiber said the books are sobering and chilling and too well-researched to ignore.

Update 06.20.2014

The latest disappearance is of a 34 year-old California firefighter who vanished with his dog on Friday, June 13 in the Los Padres National Forest in California. He was camping with a friend when he ran off shoeless, chasing his dog downhill toward a stream. His friend searched for hours, then had to hike two days out of the wilderness to find help. The area being searched is two times the size of the Grand Canyon. On June 19, the firefighter’s dog was found alive.

Update 06.30.2014

Mike Herdman, the California firefighter who disappeared two weeks ago chasing his dog during a backpacking trip to the Los Padres National Forest was found dead June 27. Like others who have disappeared into the national forests, Herdman was found at approximately 1200 feet above the river bottom which he had chased his dog into the day he disappeared. When his remains were discovered authorities were astonished to find him shoeless. Rescue crews spent nearly 5,000 man-hours searching and covered 50 square miles on foot and horseback, as well as by air, including the use of two drones. The sheriff stated it was unimaginable that a shoeless person could have traversed so far in such rough terrain.

Nevada’s Area 51 Museum reopening with “authentic alien artifacts”

Nevada's Area 51 Museum reopening with

Two years ago last month, an exhibit titled Area 51: Myth or Reality, debuted at the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas to rave reviews. Now, the temporary exhibit is not only being extended, it’s growing, even including what the curators are calling an “authentic alien artifact”.

The exhibit was added to the Smithsonian-affiliated museum to give former employees of the top secret base a place to display and discuss their declassified work. Of course, while the history of military spy-plane development is awesome, there’s an entire section of the exhibit dedicated exclusively to the one thing on everyone’s minds: UFO crashes.

One of the most interesting pieces of Area 51: Myth or Reality is a collection of strange artifacts from an event often referred to as the Russian Roswell. On January 29, 1986, a strange-looking sphere was reported streaking through the sky over the Soviet Union mining town of Dalnegorsk. The unidentified object then crashed into Mount Izvestkovaya, where debris from the craft was collected by the Academy of Sciences.

Eventually, some of the debris, in the form of perfectly round glass spheres, made their way to journalist George Knapp, who decided to lend the pieces to the display.


“I don’t think the Russian scientists ever said it was out-of-this-world, but it had unusual properties. Some of the stuff went to academies and it never came back,” Knapp told reporters.

Three Soviet academic centers and 11 research institutes analyzed the objects from this UFO crash. The distance between atoms is different from ordinary iron. Radar cannot be reflected from the material. Elements in the material may disappear and new ones appear after heating. One piece disappeared completely in front of four witnesses. The core of the material is composed of a substance with anti-gravitational properties.

The Area 51 Museum has become so popular that they’ve decided to expand the exhibit to accomodate even more great stuff. According to museum director Allan Palmer, the temporary exhibit has proved to be so popular that they’ve gotten clearance to keep it open for another two years.


To get in on the action, head to the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Politics More: 2016 Elections John Podesta Hillary Clinton The Man Who Might Lead Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Is Really Into UFOs

John Podesta

Counselor to the president John Podesta outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington on Dec. 9 to highlight the importance of correct tire pressure. Read more:

Hillary Clinton’s expected campaign chairman has an eclectic record that includes UFO advocacy and having to apologize for comparing Republicans to killer cultists.John Podesta, a senior White House aide, will leave his government job in February for Clinton’s campaign, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.

“The precise role Mr. Podesta would play in a Clinton campaign is unclear. People familiar with discussions said he likely would be campaign chairman, should she decide to run,” The Journal reported.

Despite the ambiguity, it is clear from additional reports that Podesta is expected to at least hold a “senior title” in Clinton’s nascent presidential campaign. And from Podesta’s record, it’s also clear he will give Republicans at least a small amount of ammunition to criticize Clinton.

With that in mind, Business Insider gathered some of the highlights from Podesta’s past. (Podesta’s office told Business Insider he was out of the country and would be unable to comment for this story.)

Jonestown Comparison

Podesta had to apologize in 2013 after he compared congressional Republicans to the Jonestown cultists who killed a congressman in 1978 and committed a mass suicide in Guyana that left more than 900 people dead.

He made the remark while arguing President Barack Obama should take more unilateral actions.

“They need to focus on executive action given that they are facing a second term against a cult worthy of Jonestown in charge of one of the houses of Congress,” Podesta said of the president’s administration in an interview with Politico.

In response, Republicans expressed outrage, and some even called for Podesta to be fired. Rep. Steve Scalise (R-Louisiana), who is now the House whip, was particularly vocal.

“It’s disgraceful and telling that President Obama’s new Counselor is not only comparing the Republican Party to a cult that murdered those who disagreed with them, but is also using that comparison as an argument in support of shredding the Constitution and governing like a third-world dictator,” Scalise said at the time. “The American people will not stand by and allow the Obama White House to destroy the checks-and-balances defined in the Constitution that are critical to a working democracy, and neither will Congress!”

Podesta eventually apologized on Twitter.


transcanada keystone oil pipelineREUTERS GraphicsMap showing the proposed route of TransCanada’s Keystone pipelines.

Clinton has been criticized for awkwardly refusing to take a position on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, which many Republicans say would create thousands of jobs and lower oil prices if approved.

Podesta was such a staunch critic of the pipeline that he recused himself from the decision-making process while at the White House. In a 2010 speech while he led the progressive think tank Center for American Progress, Podesta strongly condemned the project as unsafe and unsound.

“First, as the Gulf spill reminds us every day, rushing to complete oil projects invites disaster. There are enough legitimate questions about this pipeline—how soon it will be needed, its design and safety, and its potential impacts on important ecosystems along its 2,000 mile length—to take a more deliberate approach,” he said, according to a transcript.

Obama recently vowed to veto legislation authorizing Keystone, but as a top priority of the Republican-led Congress, it is likely to become a campaign issue in the 2016 elections. Polls show a majority of Americans support the project.

Thoughts on American Politics

Podesta had a blunt assessment in 2010 when he was asked to evaluate the health of American politics.

“It sucks,” he told the Financial Times. (The interview was flagged by Time magazine after Podesta joined the White House in 2013.)

Podesta went on to blame Republicans’ obstructionist tactics for the woes of the current political system.

“I think the president is trying to re-engage with Republicans, but, quite frankly, he’s not dealing with the party of Lincoln,” he continued. “He’s dealing with the party of Palin.”


AP657621943052 (1)AP/Richard DrewThe Cosmic UFO, by Cloud b, which features moving projections of the Norther Lights, is demonstrated at the TTPM Holiday Showcase.

Podesta has a particular interest in unidentified flying objects and has even been labeled a “UFO advocate” for his efforts.

Podesta, also a former aide in President Bill Clinton’s administration, took a number of steps to promote government transparency on the issue. He spoke at a 2002 press conference calling on the US to declassify UFO records. He also wrote the foreword to the 2010 book “UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record.” 

“As someone interested in the question of UFOs, I think I have always understood the difference between fact and fiction. I guess you could call me a curious skeptic. But I’m skeptical about many things, including the notion that government always knows best,” Podesta wrote. “The time to pull the curtain back on this subject is long overdue.”

And here is video of Podesta speaking at the 2002 event urging the release of UFO records:

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Air Force UFO files hit the web

By Stephen Losey, Staff Writer10:20 a.m. EST January 17, 2015


The truth is out there — and it’s now on the web.

The fabled Project Blue Book, the Air Force’s files on UFO sightings and investigations, have tantalized and frustrated extraterrestrial enthusiasts for decades. But this week, nearly 130,000 pages of declassified UFO records — a trove that would make Agent Fox Mulder’s mouth water — hit the web.

UFO enthusiast John Greenewald has spent nearly two decades filing Freedom of Information Act requests for the government’s files on UFOs and other phenomena. On Jan. 12, Greenewald posted the Blue Book files — as well as files on Blue Book’s 1940s-era predecessors, Project Sign and Project Grudge — on his online database, The Black Vault.

Project Blue Book was based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Between 1947 and 1969, the Air Force recorded 12,618 sightings of strange phenomena — 701 of which remain “unidentified.”

According to a 1985 fact sheet from Wright-Patterson, posted online by the National Archives, the Air Force decided to discontinue UFO investigations after concluding that “no UFO reported, investigated and evaluated by the Air Force has ever given any indication of threat to our national security [and] there has been no evidence indicating that sightings categorized as ‘unidentified’ are extraterrestrial vehicles.” Wright-Patterson also said the Air Force has not seen any evidence suggesting the sightings “represent technological developments or principles beyond the range of present-day scientific knowledge.”

Skeptics smelled a whitewash. The private and now-defunct National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, for example, charged throughout the 1960s that the federal government was covering up what it knew about UFOs and pushed for congressional hearings.

The National Archives has made these files available to public on microfilm in its Washington headquarters. Parts of the Project Blue Book files have previously been posted online in various locations, Greenewald said. But his webpage is the first time the complete files have been posted in PDF form in a searchable database, he said.

The more than 10,000 cases include a 1950 incident at Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo, New Mexico, where an Air Force Office of Special Investigations agent reported a star-like craft that shifted from a bright white color to red and green as it moved erratically in several directions.

And in 1965, Air Force Maj. Jack Bond, the deputy for reconnaissance at the Directorate of Advanced Recon Planning, reported seeing an unidentified object moving in a sine wave pattern while on a flight out of Wright-Patterson. Bond said the object strongly reflected the sunlight as it rose and appeared gray as it descended. It rose and fell three times at varying speeds, before leveling off and accelerating away at more than 600 knots.

The investigator dismissed Bond’s observation as a mirage caused by the sun, due to the motion of Bond’s plane and the hazy atmospheric conditions.

One thing you won’t find online are records related to the alleged 1947 Roswell, New Mexico, incident, where conspiracy theorists maintain the military recovered a crashed alien spacecraft and its occupants.

But Roswell does pop up several times in the files. There are several blurry photographs of lights in the sky taken at Roswell in 1949, for example. And in 1950, airmen there spotted a circular object 10 feet in diameter with a bluish-white color going fast at 8,000 feet and taking a sharp turn to the right.

The National Archives maintains it “has been unable to locate any documentation among the Project BLUE BOOK records which discuss the 1947 incident in Roswell, New Mexico.”

But that is just what they would say, wouldn’t they?

Incredibly Bright UFO in Las Vegas Nevada

A helicopter? a  Drone? a UFO? Who the fuck knows…

Published on Oct 7, 2014

Video of an incredibly bright UFO captured in Las Vegas Nevada on the night of 10-06-2014.

I was having a slow and quiet night of UFO hunting and decided to stop early. After being inside for a while I came back out onto my patio and could not resist scanning the sky just once. I noticed an extremely bright light approximately six or seven miles away. I ran into the house and grabbed my camera. I was so happy to see that it was still there when I got back outside. I filmed the UFO for almost twenty minutes. During that time it didn’t appear to me as if the object moved. It looked to be in the southern foothills of Red Rock Canyon on the side that face Las Vegas Nevada.

SPACE JUNK, MISSILE LAUNCH or MASS UFO SIGHTING in California, Oregon, and Nevada September 12, 2014

In the early morning hours of September 12, 2014, many people in California, Oregon, and Nevada all reported seeing highly unusual lights in the sky.
All the eyewitness accounts are the same. A massive, intensely bright light was seen moving across the sky, with a large comet-like tail behind it.
This was no meteor. The light was visible for 15-20 seconds. This means it was moving far too slowly to be a meteor.
And the fact that it was seen in three separate states indicates that the object must have been very, very high up and very, very large.

UFO News: UFO Wormhole Filmed In Las Vegas, Nevada.

Black Orbs over Nevada unedited uncut

“Awesome” UFO Filmed By Megadeath Drummer From His Front Yard

“Return to Hangar” Former Megadeath drummer Nick Menza says “I was standing in my front yard with my two boys and this what we saw. not sure what it is but it’s totally awesome!”



Nick Menza is an American drummer best known for his work in Megadeth from 1989 to 1998, appearing on five of the band’s studio albums.


As the son of jazz musician Don Menza, Nick began playing drums at the age of two, at which age he performed at his first public concert when during the intermission someone sat him down on Jack DeJohnette’s drums and he proceeded to play. His influences stem from being nurtured around the tutelage of such notables as Buddy Rich, Steve Gadd, Nick Ceroli, Jeff Porcaro and Louie Bellson.


Nick Menza with Megadeath

Beginning his professional musical career at the age of 18 drumming in the band Rhoads featuring singer Kelle Rhoads, brother of the late Randy Rhoads, Nick released his first record with Rhoads called Into The Future in Europe.

Nevada meet Jim Marrs – An American former newspaper journalist and New York Times best-selling author of books and articles on a wide range of alleged cover ups and conspiracies.

Nevada meet Jim Marrs – An American former newspaper journalist and New York Times best-selling author of books and articles on a wide range of alleged cover ups and conspiracies.

We have footage from Jim Marrs in Nevada and other videos of the very intelligent and inspiring Jim Marrs.

Jim Marrs: The Rise of the Fourth Reich In America

Laughlin, Nevada, February 2009

Jim Marrs – an amiable Texan with twinkling eyes and a mind like a steel trap – is a veteran researcher and speaker on all topics connected with the agenda of the New World Order. Project Camelot is proud to add him to our strong cadre of witnesses.

The books that Jim has authored represent his range of interests clearly: Crossfire (about JFK), Alien Agenda, Rule by Secrecy, The Terror Conspiracy, PSI Spies, The Rise of the Fourth Reich, and Above Top Secret. Jim’s broad span of research encompasses Egyptian and Sumerian mythology, Nazi technology, the ET presence, modern geopolitical analysis, the power of the military-industrial complex, the Illuminati, and what one might call the real history of the twentieth century.

Jim sees the big picture clearly, has great command of detail, and is one of the strongest speakers on the lecture circuit today. The title of this video – The Rise of the Fourth Reich in America – tells its own story, and in this 75 minute interview Jim lays out the compelling and disturbing evidence that while most people thought the Second World War ended in 1945, the Nazis were never stopped in their agenda – which can only be understood when one considers how they were assisted in coming to power by those Controllers who plan in terms of generations… not terms of government office.
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