(OPINION) A crashed UFO recovered by the US military ‘distorted space-time’ and was ‘bigger on the inside’, claims a top attorney involved in bringing UFO whistleblowers to Congress.
Daniel Sheehan says he was told the mind-boggling tale by a whistleblower who allegedly took part in an illegally-undisclosed program retrieving crashed non-human spacecraft – and who has now briefed Senate Intelligence Committee staff.
The lawyer’s story is the latest in a series of stunning claims this week of UFOs in the government’s hands, which began on Monday with an on-camera interview of former senior Air Force intelligence officer David Grusch alleging that the US government possesses multiple crashed ‘non-human’ craft.
According to the Daily Mail, The Department of Defense says it has ‘not discovered any verifiable information’ to support any of the claims. But Sheehan has been helping bring whistleblowers like Grusch to Congress in an attempt to expose what he believes is a government cover-up of encounters with extraterrestrials.
The attorney told DailyMail.com that one alleged recovery, recounted to him by a supposed crash retrieval program insider, involved a 30ft saucer partially embedded in the earth, with some fantastical properties.
‘They tried to hook a bulldozer to it to pull it out. And it pulled out a shape like a pie slice, almost like it was part of the way it was constructed,’ Sheehan said.
‘When it came loose a couple feet, they stopped immediately. They didn’t want to destroy the integrity of the machine. ‘They had a guy go into it. He got in there, and it was as big as a football stadium. It was freaking him out and started making him feel nauseous, he was so disoriented because it was so gigantic inside.
‘It was the size of a football stadium, while the outside was only about 30 feet in diameter.’ Sheehan said that space was not the only warped dimension around the craft.
‘He staggered back out after being in there a couple of minutes, and outside it was four hours later,’ he said. ‘There was all kinds of time distortion and space distortion.’
Physicists have theorized that propulsion of an advanced craft could theoretically involve warping space-time around it to negate the effects of gravity.
But Sheehan declined to give further details – including a location and date of the incident – and said he was unable to provide evidence for the claims.
The lack of details, documents and photos are leading skeptics to dismiss as tall tales the stories of off-world UFOs stored by secret government programs.
Military intelligence officials who have voiced their support for Grusch since he came forward publicly point out that he has placed himself at considerable risk if he is lying – as all his claims have been submitted to the DoD and Intelligence Community Inspector Generals on penalty of perjury.