Wednesday, May 29, 2013

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Considered on of the 10 best UFO photos ever taken – credit NASA
I hate like hell to go into conspiracy mode but when I came across this article today and saw that the mainstream media is all but ignoring it, it peaked my interest. Also the extremely bizarre circumstances surrounding his death (possible homicide) make it more than suspicious.

Muller was in charge  of the Apollo navigation team. As many of you probably know the Apollo missions landed man on the moon in 1969. It has been rumored and highly suggested by several prominent astronauts that these missions encountered UFOs on the moon and were told not to come back. Also something that most people do not know is that there were many secret Apollo mission the public was never told about. I keep meaning to write an article about it but as usual there never seems to be enough time. 

Like many aging astronauts, military and government officials they want to get the truth out before they pass on. Was Paul Milford Muller murdered to guarantee his silence?  I found this in the obscure bangkokpost.com

Paul Milford Muller
Born 1937, Childhood in Los Angeles, BA (math) CSU, NASA Apollo Nav Team, Magellanic Gold Medal of the American Philosophical Society (1971), PhD Physics/Astronomy, Original Proposing and Founding Director of Sage Plc (UK) a FTSE 100 company, IT consultant (human-computer interfaces)senior partner and owner of Aarau Literary Agency. Numerous papers in the refereed scientific journals, three fictional novels in press at Club Lightouse Publishing, Canada (summer/autumn 2012). I see myself today as a professional editor and writer.

A 76-year-old American man has been found dead inside a house in Tak province, police said on Tuesday.


Paul Milford Muller was a former official at the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) and the Jet Propulsion Lab, and the author of three books.

According to his website, he worked for 10 years at Nasa/JPL and served as a senior member of the Apollo navigation team.

Pol Col Ekarat Intasueb, chief of Mae Sot police station, said Muller was found with a rope tied around his genitals and waist and another rope tied around his neck, hanging from a knob of his bedroom door.

 

He said there was no sign that the American had been assaulted.


Equipment for injecting crystal methamphetamine, five methamphetamine pills and several sex toys were also found in the room.

Muller appeared to have died from asphyxiation or from a heart attack after a drug overdose, police said.

His body had started decomposing and giving off a bad odour. Police suspect he had been dead about three days when his body was found. It was sent to Mae Sot hospital for a post-mortem examination.

Police were trying to contact his relatives to take charge of the body.

Muller was the author of books including “Suicide Inc” – described on his website as a “romantic and erotic thriller”.