Victoria Steele wrote:And a fellow that was one of the main debunkers of the existance of "Flying Saucers" in the fifties. Forgot his name ... Menzies?
So following Marks "rules" . Thats what Paul knows.
Now, is there any point of reference that ties these two men (Sarbcher and Kitslman) to Menzies?
Here's a case where the wrong information really can be dangerous.
The individual Victoria is referring to -- the one I mentioned in Las Vegas (a DVD! My kingdom for the DVD!) -- is Donald Menzel. Get started on Menzel here:
Curiously, the name Victoria actually used, "Menzies," comes up in another, not-entirely-unrelated context. There was a British intelligence officer named Stewart Menzies (pronounced "Mingis") who no doubt crossed paths with our Stephenson. Note in this bio:
...that Menzies was gassed during WWI, as was our friend "Intrepid." Don't know if it was the same attack, but at the very least they had that -- and secret intel ops -- in common.
Menzel is certainly some body we need to get to know, as is Sarbacher. All that stuff is coming quickly down the chute...
Now if I just had a damn DVD... grrrrr....
As for the rest of Victoria's message.... interesting premise. That the whole "UFO" disinformation campaign of the 50s was an offshoot of the Townsend Brown disinformation campaign (after "Pearl Harbor." See the presentation... oh, right... it's not available yet.... grrrr and grrrr.....) is something to think about. About equally plausible and implausible.
Just how far down does this rabbit hole go?