I have had the opportunity to speak to many abduction victims lately, but at a recent gathering, I came across Phillip Reynolds, the grandson of Walter Reynolds, an eye-witness to a UFO crash in Cape Girardeau, Missouri that occurred in 1941.
Walter Reynolds was a fireman, a fact that I verified, and was on the scene of the crash that made some headlines and is still a subject of debate. Phillip didn’t have a lot of time, but a follow up interview is planned. For now, this is what Phillip Reynolds had to say:
“My grandfather was a fireman in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and was called to the scene of what he was told was an airplane crash. When he got there, he was amazed to see a crashed disc. There were small fires that he and his crew put out in and around the area and was then told sternly by military personnel that what was seen there must stay there. He approached the disc to inspect for more signs of fire and saw three alien bodies, all dead, all very similar to the average depiction of the aliens that are described by victims of abduction. He watched on as the disc was taken away. He picked up a small piece of metal that he believed came from the crashed disc but was noticed by one of the military personnel and was quickly reprimanded and kicked off of the scene. From that point on, he believed that he was being watched and that his phone was tapped. When he was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, he said that he had nothing left to lose. He told my dad this story and then my father told me. I know this all to be true. My grandfather was a man of honor and would not fabricate this. In fact, what he said resembles other accounts of that incident from other eye-witnesses.”
Reynolds would have another obligation but I hope to speak to his father, Phillip Reynolds, SR., and Phillip collectively soon and bring it to you in a follow up. Stay tuned!