Millennial Hospitality Iv: After Hours
AuthorHouse, 2007 M10 30 - 376 pages
In the first three volumes of his memoirs concerning experiences while serving at Nellis Air Force Base, Charles Hall gave astonishing testimony of having met with 'Tall White' extraterrestrials located at a secret underground facility at Nellis.
Three independent witnesses have come forward to confirm important parts of Hall's testimony. Hall is a credible witness of extraterrestrials having reached agreements with military officials.
This fourth volume offers more startling details that help confirm his experiences and help usher in new era of official disclosure of extraterrestrial life.
Micheal E. Salla, Ph.D. President and Founder, The Exopolitics Institute
Charles Hall's report (Millennial Hospitality I-III) of his encounters and deep interactions with tall humanoid beings living on the Earth remains without serious challenge to this day. And this is remarkable, as its implications are so radical; they reveal an entrenched presence in the American Southwest that predates the arrival of Euro-Americans in the area, and that continues with covert protection and support from the government while maintaining communications with a distant home location. Hall's powerful and entirely self-consistent narrative, filled with surprising and revealing detail, is so impressive that I have chosen it as the only example of modern human-ET contact to receive major coverage in my web pages. Gerry Zeitlin, Open Seti Initiative
It is possible that eventually the story Charles Hall tells will be seen as a pivotal moment in UFOlogy. His story has become the key to linking a disparate series of reports, encounters and claims that have circulated in UFO circles without a home for many years.This fourth and final account gives us the most detailed look ever into one aspect of a covert military-alien liaison that has been underway for decades.Essential reading!Researcher, Author.
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At 3:30 P.M. in the afternoon I straightened my USAF brown uniform, retied my new black USAF regulation shoes, left my barracks and began the walk over to the Nellis Weather Station. It was just over a mile away.
By the way, I see that you don't live in the barracks.” “No,” answered Mike. “When I got back from leave last week, I moved into an apartment down in North Las Vegas. My father is helping me with the rent.” “Doesn't living off base ...
After Hours a quiet neighborhood and it's easier for me to rest when I'm there than when I'm in the barracks here on base.” Laughing, I responded, “I never thought of Las Vegas, Nevada as a place to rest up and relax.
I, myself bid them all Goodnight and began the long walk back, alone, to my barracks. That was the last time I ever saw Mike. The next afternoon when I reported for duty at 4:00 P.M. a different weather observer was waiting to work with ...
I had settled into the barracks at Indian Springs AAF for only a few days when I first noticed that the barracks I had chosen was a very unusual place. I occupied the barracks alone, although late at night, on a great many nights, ...
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This 4th story in a series of 5 is one the better written stories. It flows a lot better than its predecessors and the editing is better. I was looking for a different story, but it's more of the same, but with a slight difference...he is more off base, thus the title: "After Hours." Read full review