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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Glenn Campbell, Las Vegas) Date: Wed, 28 May 1997 19:26:17 -0800 Subject: Early Corso Skepticism by Literary Agent Date: Fri, 23 May 1997 18:53:47 -0800 From: "Cypher-DPU, Jim" <Jim.Cypher@state.ma.us> (jim cypher) [Posted with permission] my father is now a literary agent-editor. He had the chance to work on the unpublished memoirs of a retired Army Intel Colonel, Phillip J. Corso. Phil was also a Senate investigator for Strom Thurmond after being in the Army R&D's "Foreign" Technology Division, as in not-of-this-Earth technology... well... that whole thing, including his claiming he was at a NATA base monitoring things flying around at 8000+ mph during the 1950's, did not sit well with my father. He thought the project was doomed. The stuff about Ike's NSC was good, the stuff about G2 in Rome during WWII was good, the stories about working for Gen. Willoughby under MacArthur was good, but the UFO thing was not what he had in mind... well it turned out the Colonel hooked up with a former editor from Aviation Week & Space Tech., to explore the idea... So now Simon & Schuster will put it out in July, the title is, "The Day After Roswell". Jim Cypher "So advanced, I'm simple!" Beaconite Marketing's NGV MarketSpace homepage = www.trelinks.com/~trel/ngv.html [He says he'll try to find who the AvWeek editor was. -- GC]
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