Bill Moore is famous (or infamous) in ufological circles as the discoverer (or accused creator) of the MJ-12 documents, and the author of both The Philadelphia Experiment and The Roswell Incident. I believe he has been above-ground in his dealings with me, but he had a reputation as the bad boy of UFO research, since he searched for truths in the government labyrinth of secrecy, and didn’t really care what others thought of him.
As far as I know, Moore has not given any public interviews other than these since the early 1990s.
This program, from August 8th of 2004, also features my sometime co-host Walter Bosley. Bosley’s career included stints as both an FBI Special Agent and an employee of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, and lends his view of the workings of government secrecy and procedure.
Subjects discussed include: the Mars rovers, Col. John Alexander, people who keep government secrets, the craft of disinformation, the origin of the term “greys,” theories that the Moon is hollow, underground civilizations, the origins of man on in North America, the 2004 election, the mysterious artist Charles Delleschau and his connection to the 19th century airship mystery, the Aurora UFO crash and Moore’s (then) forthcoming book on the origins of the Mormon church.
There are two other Moore interviews available for download on my page at Radio4all.net.
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