The Incredible Story of Bob Lazar



On episode 38 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Ryan gives a detailed overview of the Bob Lazar story. 

Bob Lazar claims to have worked on reverse engineering extraterrestrial technology at a site called S-4, near the Area 51 test facility, and that the UFOs use gravity wave propulsion. When he broke the story to KLAS news, all hell broke loose, and we now know of Area 51 primarily because of Bob Lazar. 

With audio documentation from Lazar himself, and featuring investigative news reporter, George Knapp, we hear all about how the story came to be. We also hear criticisms of the story from UFO researcher, Stanton Friedman. We wrap things up hearing about recent developments discovered by investigative filmmaker, Jeremy Corbell. This episode navigates the crazy maze that is Bob Lazar and his incredible story of flying saucers and the facility that may have possibly reverse-engineered them. 

Audio clips provided by George Knapp and KLAS News. Additional audio provided by Jeremy Corbell and Open Minds Production LLC.

Closing Song, “BobLazar” provided by Arthur Unknown.

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  1. gothling1955

    Another of my favorite episodes, Ryan. A great one to revisit now and then.

    You know, Lazar's story is anything but new, and I've heard countless hours devoted to conveying his experiences and highly articulate interpretations thereof. However, you've actually featured a few bits of info here which I'd never heard before. Excellent work in streamlining the crucial elements into this comparatively compact form.

    I know that there have been attempts by some people in the research community — a couple for whom I have enormous respect, like Stanton Friedman — to cast doubt upon Lazar's personal accounts. Even so, with apologies to Stan and his renowned "gray basket", for better or worse, I'm inclined to believe Lazar. Maybe I'm wrong, but I guess time will tell.

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  2. Steve Myton

    Not sure how Stanton friedman can talk shit about Bob Lazar. Lazar told the world what it deserved to know, doesn't try to claim any glory, isn't in it for the money and rarely speaks about it and wants to stay out of the limelight. Friedman on the other hand will get his face on any documentary/program/seminar that will offer him a few quid….. I've seen him pushing his books sales etc in a grotesque manner and correct me if I'm wrong but apart from researching the "subject" (and he hasn't come up with anything that any other researcher hasn't figured out) hasn't contributed shit in comparison to Bob. Friedman's in it for the cash simple as and Bob risked his life to do the right thing for humanity with nothing to gain financially and everything to lose financially/physically/mentally!! Fuck Friedman that's what I say 😉

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