Michael Schratt: Bombshell UFO Case Files Revealed – Video Rental

Recently YouTube accepted Open Minds into their special partnership program which allows us to upload full videos and offer them to users for a small rental fee. We have just launched our first rental which is Michael Schratt’s 2009 UFO Crash Retrieval presentation entitled: Bombshell UFO Case Files Revealed.

“Michael Schratt (military aerospace historian) presents a fully illustrated and well documented lecture using technical engineering drawings and full color visual aides, specifically focusing on the most shocking UFO case files originating from the CUFOS archives. Cases covered include: The 1972 “Fiery Ellipse” case over Venezuela, the 1968 “Vent UFO” case over Saskatchewan, 1976 Dana Point CA “Fat Frisbee” case, 1972 Long Island “Flying Iron” UFO case, 1964 Cisco Grove CA “Bow and Arrow” case, 1988 “Conning Tower” UFO case over Gresham OR, 1967 Ririe ID multiple occupant UFO case, The 2003 “Flying Truss Bridge” case over Helena MO, 1966 encounter between a ¼ mile diameter UFO and a USAF B-52 over South Vietnam, and dozens more. Strap in and prepare yourself for a rapid fire whirlwind tour of the most significant yet buried UFO cases ever to be revealed outside the “Blue Room”.”

Below is a 5-minute preview of the presentation:

The full 1 1/2 hour presentation can be rented for $2.99 here: Michael Schratt: Bombshell UFO Cases Revealed

We will be updating the section with more exclusive video presentations and more as time goes on.

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Maureen Elsberry

Maureen Elsberry is the Marketing Director, co-host and associate producer of Spacing Out!, and Co-organizer of the International UFO Congress. She is also a contributing writer for and the former Open Minds magazine. She starred on the show Uncovering Aliens with appearances on Animal Planet, Science Channel, Destination America, and the American Hero's Network and has appeared on numerous radio programs across the country . Follow Maureen on Twitter: @maureenelsberry or subscribe to her public updates on Facebook here: Maureen on Facebook

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  1. That is the logical choice, employing a shield that neutralizes the effects gravity that affect a craft you want floating under computerized guidance control; thereby the size of the craft is about as useful as submarine [saucer shape for example] under water. Having a great enough source electricity to drive a sonic or microwave type force field to keep the wind or any element from affect the surface of the craft, would indeed eliminate the friction the causes audible sound from the craft at any speed, the solid objects rubbing against the craft’s shield would for sure give off a visible spectrum at a certain high speed, from the heat of air or any other element’s friction, but if the element is being held a bay at a distance from the craft while it is in motion, there is no force pressing against the craft then, the force is being kept at bay from it, thus allowing the craft to move freely in any direction–there is no force being applied to keep it from doing so. There would not be any noise either being generated either because the elements are being kept at a fixed position when they encounter the drive that is keeping them at bay–there is temporally no element motion until the craft has left the area it occupied. No air motion, equate no sound generated. An atomic fusion reaction reaction would provide substantial thrust.

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