A former Air Force sergeant who claimed to have seen ultra-secret photos alien bases on the moon died in an accident while riding a bicycle.
This is Karl R. Wolfe, who died in an accident on October 10 (2018) in Lansing, New York, after being hit by a vehicle traveling south on North Triphammer Road, near Sharon Drive. He was 74 years old.(alien bases on the moon)
Wolfe was rushed to the Cayuga Medical Center, where he later died due to injuries sustained in the accident.
Although the accident is under investigation, no indictment was made and the Tompkins County sheriff’s office did not disclose the name of the truck driver, the Ithaca Journal reported.
In 2001, Wolfe gained fame when he presented allegations that he had seen photographic evidence of an alien structure on the hidden side of the Moon.
In a video interview, Wolfe said that in the mid-1960s, he worked for the Tactical Air Command at Langley Air Base in Virginia. Wolfe said he works as an electronics technician in photo surveillance laboratories and spent most of his time working on machines that processed surveillance images of Vietnam.
Wolfe revealed that one day his superior told him to contact an NSA (National Security Agency) facility at the base to help with a problem with the equipment used to process the images of the first lunar orbital mission.(alien bases on the moon)
Wolfe said he reported to the facility, which he described as a large hangar-type building, with many foreign citizens in civilian suits, accompanied by interpreters, a surprising vision for the military.(alien bases on the moon)
The former soldier recalled that he was alone in a darkroom with another second-class aviator, when the other said:
By the way, we discovered a base on the back side of the Moon. ”
Wolfe said: Whose? What do you mean?”.
Wolfe said he was fascinated by the statement, but he was afraid that someone might enter the conversation.(alien bases on the moon)
Then, Wolfe said the soldier showed him a mosaic of photos taken by a lunar orbiter. Wolfe said: He took out one of those mosaics and showed a base that had geometric shapes – there were towers, there were spherical buildings, there were very tall towers and things that looked like radar antennas, but they were very large structures. Every day, when I went home, I thought: I can not wait to hear that on the news. ” After serving in the Air Force, Wolfe attended the University of Buffalo and earned a double major in Social and Cultural Anthropology and Electronic Engineering.(alien bases on the moon)
Wolfe went on to become a self-help consultant. He never got married and had no children. It is unfortunate what happened to Karl R. Wolfe. At the moment there is no more information about his death, nor is there confirmation if it was murder or accident.