I was at FEMA training headquarters in ... Maryland, attending a radiological defense pilot course in 1982 for the Washington State Department of Emergency Services. During the orientation, Louis Giuffrida, one of the head honchos and a cousin of George Bush, came in to observe. When he sat down I noticed a dark haze around him. I kept looking at him to see if my eyes were playing tricks on me or what, but it stayed the same.
I was up in the seats alone as I like to be in these things. Soon, I noticed he was staring at me! This unnerved me. I closed my eyes and tried to relax. When I opened my eyes again, I saw him coming toward me. He sat down a few rows behind and to the left of me. I glanced back and saw him leaning forward with his eyes closed. I figured he was just tired and decided to take a rest with me.
While sitting there trying to relax, I heard a strange hissing and swishing sound come from behind me. I opened my eyes, but was afraid to look around. I saw a woman in our group looking up in our direction with a look of astonishment and shock on her face. She kept looking up nervously in our direction. Eventually, Giuffrida left with his body guards (waxy-faced suits with sunglasses) and the presentation continued.
After the orientation, I walked outside and found this woman sobbing and shaking in the arms of another participant. I intruded and said I wanted to know why she was looking up with that look on her face. She didn't want to say, but with repeated assurance from me she told me. She had seen Giuffrida 'turn' into a lizard! The other guy said Giuffrida had the nickname of 'lizard man' in the circles around FEMA and he has a skin disease that makes his skin look like scales.
We tried to assure her that she was just stressed or something. I thought maybe too many drugs or over active imagination. But she was very adamant about what she saw and was visibly shaken by it. The other guy also said there was scuttlebutt of an underground rail system that ran under the FEMA facility. Just as he said that, we felt a low rumbling beneath our feet like a subway. We noticed some suits coming in our direction and headed off.
Over the course of the next two weeks we all got to know each other fairly well. All these people were professionals in their fields. I found them all reasonable and fine examples of who I would call true friends. I had forgotten about this experience until I read David's book. It was just one of those odd things that didn't make sense. Now it does. So, what more can I say? I don't just believe it's real, I 'know' it is. Unless, of course, I want to deny my own experience and senses. http://api.ning.com/files/AnCg6cp2qN...fYourKnees.pdf http://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?p=1059729300#post1059729300