Exploring one of Canada’s best-documented cases of UFO contact.

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During an appearance on the “Full Send” podcast, Fox News’s Tucker Carlson recalled a recent discussion with a Stanford professor, who, 11 years ago, was allegedly tasked by the Defense Department to investigate numerous cases of troops dying due to UFO-inflicted brain injuries.

The host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” shared that his source, who claimed to have expertise in traumatic brain injury, studied the brains of more than 100 troops who died following such encounters. The professor also told Carlson that there are dozens of open court cases that support his claims.

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According to Carlson,

“[In] a number of cases, these things have landed on military bases. … Servicemen have approached them and they get traumatic brain injury, or they’re killed, […] I’m like, why isn’t this on the front page of the New York Times? I don’t know.”

Susan Gough, a Defense Department spokesperson, told the Military Times that this story is false.

To the everyday person, this story may seem crazy, but to veteran scholars in the field, like historian Richard Dolan, long time UFO researcher Timothy Good, scientists like Jacque Valleé and many more, it wouldn’t be surprising.

It wouldn’t be surprising because what Carlson is sharing has been shared by many researchers, experiencers and military personnel over the past few decades. There are multiple incidents and claims that those who have come within the vicinity of some of these unknown objects have suffered various health consequences.

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