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Extraordinary Beliefs - ET Life?


J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
Citing Walton and Lazar as believable pinged my skeptometer. But I guess the free promo would make them happy, especially since Lazar was scheduled at the UFO conference that was mentioned ( more than once ). Since Corbell also used the opportunity to get his website promoted, here's the URL on his site where you can get your own Bob Lazar poster: SHOP



Paranormal Adept
I have followed Jeremy Corbell's work he is very level headed.

He found a witness who is speaking out that he worked with Lazar at Los Alamos.


Paranormal Adept
Physicist claims Bob Lazar did work at Los Alamos | Openminds.tv

Corbell shared some sound clips of an interview with Krangle. Krangle says that he worked on and off as a contractor for Los Alamos throughout the 80s, and still does occasionally.

“I was doing design project this, or an ancillary engineering. Their engineers have been beating a problem, and sometimes they get to close to a problem, so they can’t see the forest for the trees, so they bring in people like me as an outside contact to see what’s going on,” explained Krangle.

Krangle says he graduated from MIT in 1973 with a degree in semi-conductor physics.

Corbell says he has found an article that listed Krangle’s credentials. Krangle also showed Corbell IDs showing he worked at other facilities doing high tech work, such as China Lake, Kirtland Air Force Base, Los Alamos, Sandia, and the Manzano weapons storage facility.

Corbell asked Krangle directly if he knew Lazar to be working as a physicist at Los Alamos, to which Krangle says he was certain.

“He was a physicist. Which, I am a physicist. We kind of recognize each other, you know it’s the classic pocket condom with all of the proper different colored pens, so he fit that mold. If nobody would have told me, one look, he is a physicist. You know, he is properly dressed in geekdom,” Krangle told Corbell.

Not only did he look the part, but Krangle says he attended security meetings with Lazar. He explained that in these meetings “they give you the usual briefing asking you not to talk about that you are doing or seeing.”

As for what specifically Lazar was working on, Krangle says, “I didn’t know what he was up to anymore than he knew what I was up to.”