Rogue Pilot Overflies Area 51 Broadcasting Live Before Being Shot Down

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Shepard Ambellas

One of the most interesting episodes of Coast 2 Coast AM with host Art Bell takes the listener on a thrill-ride through Area 51.

A woman by the name of Jill, left a voicemail for Art Bell, a renown radio talk show host, saying “Art, answer the Wild Card Line. My boyfriend is in a small plane north of Las Vegas, ready to fly into Area 51.”

Rogue Pilot Overflies Area 51 Broadcasting Live Before Being Shot Down

Art Bell then connects the phone line to the pilot and verifies his identity. You can indeed tell the man is in an airplane of some sort.

The man verifies that his girlfriend is Jill, the woman who phoned, leaving a message for Mr. Bell that her boyfriend was ready to overfly Area 51.

The man describes how he is in an experimental aircraft with 120 horsepower, flying at 120-140 mph and explains to Art how he is near “Indian Springs”, Nevada. Saying on the live broadcast, “as an American citizen we have a right to know what’s here in this here Area 51″.

The man describes the terrain as he cranked the engines up to full speed, and how he is hoping that the Air Force will assume he is on some sort of mercy flight as he has his plane marked up with medical crosses on etc, disguised.

“Just entered the restricted zone…. I see a bunch of lights….. I’m trailing in out here….. I’m going to get this baby down here to about 1000 feet”, the man shouts over the noise of the roaring engines.

Art reply’s, “Listen, I think you’re making a mistake”.

The pilot rambles on to explain how our tax dollars pay for all of this, and the people have a right to know (speaking about Area 51).

“They got search lights there about 4 of them out here”, says the pilot. “We got an F16 here now…. they are opening this thing up (referring to the ground)…. I think this old boy’s going to head up here for me”, the pilot says in an intense tone as the situation unfolds fast.

Art then advises the pilot to turn on his radio, as the F16 has his lights on and is flashing him.

The pilot then says, “I hope he’s listening to Art Bell…. He’s rucking his wings at me…. those twin engines are just like tornadoes… looks like some sort of ray gun coming up…. there shooting at me now…. I’m going in” (silence).

Art Bell responds after a moment of silence, “Well, I’m not sure what we just heard”. As he sounded shook up over the call, and the turn of events.

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Shepard Ambellas is the founder & director of Intellihub.com

 

4 Responses

  1. Stan Sikorski says:

    F-16’s have only one engine. And ‘mercy flight’? A small single engine experimental aircraft with crosses painted on it? Just a bit of nothing thrown in there for effect no doubt. Nah, this is all bull.

  2. Robert John Spittler says:

    At 7000 feet they would have had him on air surveillance radar and the 16 would have been up there to meet and greet him well before he ever breached 51 air space.

  3. Robert John Spittler says:

    I tangled antlers with Bell over the phone one night in the process of debunking one of his guests who claimed to have been involved with the so called “Philadelphia Experiment” and when I got through, Art was not a happy camper. He and his show are a pathetic crock.

  4. Adam says:

    Sadly this was a production. Or maybe not so sadly as I wouldn’t want to see the old coot get shot down for buzzing Nellis. But what REALLY gave it away was the sound of the alarms in the background. You would not here those alarms. Not to mention the bird was already in the air. They aren’t likely to have a warning siren and troops on base already are apprised of the situation and are already in position. This was a well scripted, well acted “War of the Worlds”.

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