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Brian Jones

Joined: Jan 16th, 2007
Location: Eatonville, Washington USA
Posts: 93
Hello folks,

Dr. Rorke has put together a huge amount of data regarding Spiricom and the people involved. I've assisted him and this cause of discovery by building a website to showcase his in depth investigative work on the strange story of Spiricom. In addition to this, now that he has gone public in interviews just recently, I am now able to let you know that in the near future we will be making available even more previously unreleased original Spiricom material.

On the home page of there are two links to recent interviews Dr. Rorke has participated in. One is with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM ( this one requires streamlink membership to listen to the archive ) and the second one is with Tim Binnall of Binnall of America ( this one is free to the public )

You are all invited to check this out if you like.

 Brian J.

Last edited on Nov 29th, 2008 05:02 PM by Brian Jones


Joined: Mar 15th, 2008
Posts: 55
Good work, Brian. It was my suspicion from the first time I heard the Spiricom demo tape, that the voice of "Doc Mueller" was produced by an electric larynx. Since I don't have such a device, I used an old electric shaver to produce very similar sounding voices by pressing it at my throat while I formed the words with my mouth. Also the fact that the humming sound on the demo tape was modulated while O'Neil speaks, points into that direction...

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