Bob White kept a secret for many years. He says, "I'm 73 years old. I don't have much longer?This is the most difficult thing I've ever done in my life." He's showing the world an artifact he claims fell off a UFO in 1985.
Steve Rock writes in The Kansas City Star that White keeps the artifact locked up in a small building he calls the Museum of the Unexplained. White says, "I've been called every name you can think of...What I'd like to see before I'm gone is the national media get their heads?out of the sand. I'd like to see the national media and everybody else realize that what I have is real.
"Once it happens," White says, "it's something you'll never forget?What I saw was not of this Earth." He didn't believe in the existence of UFOs before 1985. "I was the biggest skeptic in the world." But then he and a friend were driving from Denver to Las Vegas on lonely highway at 2 or 3 a.m. White was asleep in the passenger seat when his friend woke him up and pointed to a strange light in the sky, which eventually became so bright it almost blinded them. White got out of the car to look at it. He says the object was only about 100 yards in front of him "and it was huge?absolutely huge." Eventually, it zoomed quickly up into the sky, where it merged with what looked like a cigar-shaped UFO, then the larger ship disappeared.
As the craft flew away, White saw an orange light falling to the ground. It was red hot but he when it cooled, he picked it up and kept it a secret for about 10 years. "I didn't want anybody to call me a UFO nut," he says. "I was afraid it might hurt my career." The object is about 7? inches long and shaped like a teardrop. It's metallic and weighs less than 2 pounds. White had it tested and discovered that it's made mostly of aluminum. He removes the object from the museum display and puts it in a gun case at the end of every day. It never spends the night at the same place two nights in a row.
In 1996, NIDS (the National Institute for Discovery Science) sent a sample of it to the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. "The metallurgical analysis was pretty mundane," says NIDS spokesman. "We didn't find any evidence that it was extraterrestrial." But they couldn't identify it either.
White has twice passed polygraph tests about the encounter and the artifact. Capt. George Larbey, who, conducted the first polygraph test in 1998, says, "I believe he found an object that fell from the sky?There was no reason for me to believe he was intentionally fabricating any aspect of his story."
White says, "I don't know what I have to do to prove this is the truth. You can't make this stuff up."
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