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CARET Detectives at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
« on: September 28, 2009, 05:46:43 pm »

CARET Detectives to speak at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference on November 6-8, 2009 at the Tuscany Suites & Casino in Las Vegas, NV.

Tommy "TK" Davis and Frank Dixon
The "California Drone Investigation"

Private investigators Tommy "TK" Davis and Frank Dixon are retired high ranking sheriff's officers officers from Santa Clara County, California working as Private Investigators. They will give a "behind the scenes" look on how they investigated the five "California Drone" sightings by finding witnesses, locations and developing sources, The former captain and lieutenant in one of the state's biggest law enforcement agencies used all their skills as cops and undercover narcotic agents to track local connections and make the case for finding whether the drones were earthly or not. They coupled with a team of international UFO enthusiasts and used the media, including the Los Angeles Times and Fox News, to gain international exposure to further the cause. Follow their year and a half roller coaster ride as the set out to prove is this series of famous UFO pictures real or a hoax.

Full line-up here.

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Re: CARET Detectives at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2009, 02:25:57 am »
I applaud Dixon and Travis for the amazing work they did.  But they ran into a brick wall when they tried to locate the PACL building [unless it is the one that is now surrounded by four other buildings] and who really is Isaac.

According to my research of fifty years of UFO literature,  the Drones have been examining this planet for several centuries and longer.

Are they real....yes,  100% real.
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Re: CARET Detectives at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2009, 05:13:12 pm »
According to my research of fifty years of UFO literature,  the Drones have been examining this planet for several centuries and longer.

Pardon me if you have posted it before but what is the condensed version of your thoughts on this?  I'm interested in thoughts on the who, why and for how long.

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Re: CARET Detectives at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2009, 02:49:40 am »
http://droneteam.com/drt/index.php?topic=123.0

Here is the link concerning your question.  My first couple of posts in that thread will answer your question in considerable detail. One can read the entire thread in a few minutes.

As I have said many times before, there is nothing new about the drones.  The big difference back '07 was that we now have some great photos of them, thanks to cell phone cameras.....!!!

Add to that the fantastic revelations of Isaac and you come up with a whole perspective on what these most unusual objects actually seem to be.

I remember when I first saw the Ty photos, my immediate thought was, OMG, these things are very old looking.  After I did my research I came to the conclusion that the drones we are seeing now may well be several hundred years old themselves.


According to my research of fifty years of UFO literature,  the Drones have been examining this planet for several centuries and longer.

Pardon me if you have posted it before but what is the condensed version of your thoughts on this?  I'm interested in thoughts on the who, why and for how long.

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« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2009, 11:03:40 pm »
http://droneteam.com/drt/index.php?topic=123.0

I remember when I first saw the Ty photos, my immediate thought was, OMG, these things are very old looking. 


Douglas, that was also my first impression of the Ty Drone photos!!!
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Re: CARET Detectives at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
« Reply #5 on: October 28, 2009, 09:10:07 pm »
Douglas:
I read the link you posted...sure the donut the description is close.

one thing that still rolls in my gut......is why all of the deception and lies in regards to the locations of the CA Drones..on the central coast..?

The Campbell pole location is such an obvious attempt to mislead.........the people who posted must come clean or it leaves too many unanswered questions.

The Las Vegas Crash Retrieval conference 2009 would be well worth the time and money to attend,,,especially if they have questions and answers at the end of Private Investigators lecture....it would be neat to see what people say - I would love to have been able to attend but can't make it.

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« Reply #6 on: November 09, 2009, 10:31:05 pm »
I removed some coughing and slides presentation off comments :

http://www.ovnis-usa.com//SONS/LasVegas_TKDavis.mp3
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Re: CARET Detectives at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
« Reply #7 on: November 13, 2009, 02:33:13 pm »
Greg Bishop shares some conference highlights.

Retired Santa Clara (CA) county police investigators Tommy â??TKâ? Davis and Frank Dixon described their investigation of the â??droneâ? UFO case which began in the spring of 2007. Surprisingly, they presently believe that at least some of the â??droneâ? photos were not hoaxed, at least by anyone with normal means to do so, and point to some sort of disinfo campaign with possible military/ industrial implications. One investigation suggests that the objects are some sort of aerial devices used to check powerlines. Perhaps they are powered by the electrical fields surrounding the wires.

http://www.ufomystic.com/2009/11/10/2009-crash-retrieval-conference/
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« Reply #8 on: November 13, 2009, 04:10:25 pm »
I think the theory of the drones being sent by us to check powerlines is illogical. If they were our's I don't think we would be using advanced technology (especially Alien) for something as mundane as checking powerlines. Putting billion dollar devices to do the work that some poor shlep being paid a minimum wage could do does not gel with me.

I think they may be attracted to powerlines for some reason. Or maybe the fact that there are telephone poles and powerlines all over the place just simply means the odds are they are going to wind up in some of the shots.

Obviously they don't look like they carry anything so I would imagine they are designed to do something such as map, monitor, remove or place something. I think mapping and monitoring make more sense.

Maybe they make crop circles and we just can't see them ;D

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« Reply #9 on: November 13, 2009, 06:30:02 pm »
http://droneteam.com/drt/index.php?topic=123.0

Dan and friends:
If you go to the thread I link above it will give you all of the info on:
Who operates the Drones.
How they are powered.
How many types there are. [In the 1950s]
Their Dimensions.
Why we sometimes see them.
What George Adamski was told about the Drones.
Historical sightings.
Plus more.
The thread has historical info on all three pages.

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Re: CARET Detectives at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
« Reply #10 on: November 14, 2009, 10:28:55 pm »
I think the theory of the drones being sent by us to check powerlines is illogical. If they were our's I don't think we would be using advanced technology (especially Alien) for something as mundane as checking powerlines. Putting billion dollar devices to do the work that some poor shlep being paid a minimum wage could do does not gel with me.

I think they may be attracted to powerlines for some reason. Or maybe the fact that there are telephone poles and powerlines all over the place just simply means the odds are they are going to wind up in some of the shots.

Obviously they don't look like they carry anything so I would imagine they are designed to do something such as map, monitor, remove or place something. I think mapping and monitoring make more sense.

Maybe they make crop circles and we just can't see them ;D

Well, to get the power company to admit that they are using back engineered
material are just as much a big hurdle to come by...if it is terrestrial made, it should be no secret as the patent shows...so it bites itself in the tail...(tale) :)

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Re: CARET Detectives at The 7th Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference
« Reply #11 on: November 14, 2009, 11:34:10 pm »
I think the theory of the drones being sent by us to check powerlines is illogical. If they were our's I don't think we would be using advanced technology (especially Alien) for something as mundane as checking powerlines. Putting billion dollar devices to do the work that some poor shlep being paid a minimum wage could do does not gel with me.

I think they may be attracted to powerlines for some reason. Or maybe the fact that there are telephone poles and powerlines all over the place just simply means the odds are they are going to wind up in some of the shots.

Obviously they don't look like they carry anything so I would imagine they are designed to do something such as map, monitor, remove or place something. I think mapping and monitoring make more sense.

Maybe they make crop circles and we just can't see them ;D

One sighting I had was in the Fall/Winter of 1995 when a sudden nighttime snowstorm hit the area. I was driving on 494 in low visibility when blinding lights lit the whole sky for five seconds, alternating reddish, yellowish and greenish every second. I say the color was "ish" because the intensity was so bright that the brilliance seemed to dominate the color.

I could not see the object with these lights, but it was located to the east side of the highway, just over 200,00 volt transmission lines.

I was going to go UFO hunting after this sighting as there was a large athletic field in the same area and I thought it might have landed. My co-worker who I was going to give a ride thought she wanted no part in any such a hunt. HUMPH, I wonder if it did land, or whether it was just topping off its power supply.

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« Reply #12 on: November 15, 2009, 03:49:20 am »
Douglas I have read your contributions and they are required reading in my opinion. (I think you might want to add the ancient Japanese sighting I posted to your list).

My point was I have trouble believing that the power company would be using something as sophisticated as this to simply monitor power lines. It seems these are either alien devices that are acting under alien control or reverse engineered alien technology that we are using for some purpose that may have an affinity for power lines.

I may be mistaken and my local power company could be driving around in cloaked alien hovercrafts disguised as work trucks. ;D

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« Reply #13 on: November 15, 2009, 11:44:57 pm »
I may be mistaken and my local power company could be driving around in cloaked alien hovercrafts disguised as work trucks. ;D

The most fun I have read here since long. Thanks Danblast!