Sunday, October 15, 2006

I noticed something when looking at that picture taken towards the end of WWII, and one of the pictures I have from the metal box. It appears that the U.S. army soldier in both of those pictures could be one in the same person. If that is the case, and the german officer is who ‘Mary’ says he is, the photo from WWII could be a key linking the Indian Lake Project with the fact that US intelligence and military services brought many Nazi scientists to this country to continue with their various research projects. One such influx of Nazi personnel was code named Project Paperclip. It is not out of the question to believe other such operations went on during those years. This was the beginning of the cold war, and any edge we could gain over the Soviets would be seen as a high priority operation.
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