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019 Stranger at the Pentagon: Has the US Government been withholding news that friendly ETs have arrived on Earth?



Richard Syrett speaks with a Hollywood casting director and filmmaker about the extraterrestrial envoy, Valiant Thor, who allegedly took up residence at the Pentagon for three years beginning in 1957.

GUEST: Craig Campobasso. Fresh out of high school, Craig Campobasso found himself working behind the scenes for four years on Frank Herbert’s epic feature film Dune. The father and daughter producing team, Dino and Raffaella De Laurentiis, and director David Lynch, were Craig’s first mentors into the business of filmmaking. Raffaella later hired him as a casting director on the popular Christmas movie Prancer, starring Sam Elliott, after he apprenticed as a casting associate on Steven Spielberg’s television show Amazing Stories for NBC. Learn more at strangeratthepentagon.com.  Craig’s books include  The Autobiography of an ExtraTerrestrial Saga: I AM Thyron, The Autobiography of an ExtraTerrestrial Saga: Waking Thyron and The Autobiography of an Extraterrestrial Saga: Thyron’s Dossier.


3 thoughts on “019 Stranger at the Pentagon: Has the US Government been withholding news that friendly ETs have arrived on Earth?

  1. I always believed this story originated as an attempt to use the then burgeoning UFO interest to create a well intended analogous story -paralleling tbe life and message of Jesus- with that of Val Thor. The angelic auroa, the three year ministry of sorts, etc.. I wish this angle was explored; I’ve not heard it discussed anywhere, so far. The bible does say that we are to be kind to strangers, for we may be entertaining angels. If the greys, for example, could be fallen entities referenced in the Bible, then Val Thor could have represented the ascended, benevolent entities. Either way this is a beautiful and intriguing story and I am thoroughly enjoying this new, additional show format!

  2. Mr. Syrett. I must say your ad-integration is amazing. Old-school radio, new school-podcast creative & fun. Hilarious sometimes, even. Have a great day!

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