Classics with John Smith (Alien Abductee)




Blue Rock Talk Classics with John Smith (Abductee)

Blue Rock Talk presents a raw interview with John Smith an Abductee

John Smith, at the time of this interview, tells his story. He has driven to a secluded place off the side of the road and is telling his steve colburnstory from his car. When this was recorded he did not want anyone to know what was going on with him personally but he wanted people to know abductions from aliens are real and it is happening.

However, “John Smith”  has since “come out” as one who is taken by ETs. 
Steve Colbern is a Chemist/Materials Scientist with 20 years of industrial experience. He is currently working in the area of carbon nanotubes. Another that I call a friend Steve, has  analyzed several alleged alien implants that Dr. Roger Leir has removed from him and his patients. He has uncovered startling findings wth implants and about himself. For more info on Steve go here: 
Steve Colbern

This interview is raw! A raw interview is uncut. You even hear some “before and after” small talk as part of the interview.
When you hear dead noise, it’s because the producer (who did not have his mic up) was tacoast to coast studiolking to the guest. 
This interview is one of many put together as a favor by each guest to build a demo reel. The reel was presented to national syndicates for my own national radio talk show dealing with strange anomalies called “High Strangeness Radio”.
It lead me to being a regular guest host on Coast to Coast AM.
I am very thankful and grateful for the time each of these very giving researchers, witnesses and experts gave me in the year 2010. I am also grateful to be on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory.

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    Connie said on August 10, 2016 5:11 pm:

    Thank you for sharing your story with us. We can all learn from it.
    ~ Connie