Moulton Howe joins JD, for this edition of Red Pill Reports.
It should not be a surprise that the conversation lead quickly
into the topic of animal mutilation and creatures from outer
space; aliens, hybrids and droids. As the interview opens,
Linda talks about how her career began at Stanford. The
Stanford linear accelerators, working with early computers
and the bombardment images. From there to a local Boston
TV station to work in science and medicine, and then to
Director of Special Projects at a local Denver TV Station.
In the summer of 1979, Mark O'Kane, an audio man, said he
had just come off of a shoot with 20/20. He took Linda to
a location where animals, mostly cattle, had ears, eyes,
tongue, jaws, genitals and rectum cored out with no blood
and no tracks. If that wasn't strange enough, there was
something else odd that was happening on location. They
couldn't keep the battery packs operating when near the
animals. Why? Linda and the crew went from one location
to another investigating this strange phenomenon. Sheriff
Tex Graves from Logon County, who was about to retire, told
her off camera that the animal mutilation perpetrators were
creatures from outer space. This began Linda's
"trip down the rabbit hole".
Director of Special Projects Linda Moulton Howe with TV
cameraman Richard Lerner and audio man Mark O'Kane
in cattle corral south of Denver, Colorado in spring of
1980 during production of Howe's investigation of the animal
mystery, A Strange Harvest, that originally broadcast on
May 25, 1980.
Pill Reports 01-23-2015 Guest Linda Moulton Howe.mp3