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Surprise! The 1986 “Dead Challenger Crew” Still Alive And Well…Posted on April 19, 2015 by David Robinson
IS THE “DEAD CHALLENGER CREW” STILL ALIVE AND WELL?
I would like to invite our readers to assess and evaluate for themselves whether or not it is a realistic possibility that (almost) ALL of the purported victims of the 1986 “Challenger disaster” are still alive and well – by reading the last four pages or so of this thread, starting from here – including this present post, which I submit as a ‘summary’ of sorts. I find this particular line of research quite interesting, insofar that it may help us all understand the mechanisms of ‘psy-op victim creation’ – as well as the astonishing boldness (or carelessness / arrogance?) with which they are concocted and carried out. To be sure, out of the many topics debated on Cluesforum, this particular investigation has had (as they always should) its fair share of controversies – even within the ranks of our most trusted contributors; I think that this ‘check-and-balance-methodology’ we keep observing on this forum is all-positive and, in fact, essential to uphold a high level of discourse and objectivity. So thanks to all.
Let me now take you through the latest findings concerning the “Challenger crew” which supposedly perished back in 1986. So far, we have been concentrating on the two lady “crew members”, Judith Resnik and Sharon ‘Christa’ Mc Auliffe. We have seen that the two “female NASA martyrs” appear to be still alive and well, both enjoying successful Law University positions and careers – while (astonishingly enough) still using pretty much their own names – i.e. the names & surnames with which they briefly became international celebrities – as the “NASA martyrs of the Challenger disaster”. So what about the five male members of the “ill-fated crew”?
Well, it so appears that four of them may possibly also still be quite alive and well – but let’s take a look at them, one by one… Read More Here…
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