Michael Salla, Ph.D.
Jan 2, 2017
[Repost from 12/15/2004] What follows is based on recent correspondence with Charles Hall from December 5-14, 2004 where he answers a number of questions, regarding the existence of ‘tall white’ extraterrestrials that he met while serving at Nellis Air Force base as a duty weather observer from 1965-67. His experiences are recorded in his three [now five] volume set of books, Millennial Hospitality. I had personally interviewed him on December 2 and summarized his responses from my interview notes to gain a general impression of him. I found Charles Hall to be a credible witness of extraterrestrials that he met while serving at Nellis AFB, and he displayed remarkable qualities of integrity and fidelity in explaining the events that occurred.
In this correspondence, I asked a set of questions on December 5, which he answered by email on December 12. I then sent some follow up questions which he answered on December 14. My aim in this correspondence was to focus of the activities of the ‘tall whites’ and their interactions with the US Air Force (USAF) in terms of better understanding the details of their trade and technological exchanges. The questions and answers from this correspondence have been thematically organized, and grammatical corrections have been made. I begin this paper with the questions and answers supplied by Charles Hall. I finish this paper with my evaluation of his correspondence which I believe is vitally important in gaining a better idea of the political implications of the tall white’s secret trade and technology agreements with US military/government authorities.
Michael E. Salla, PhD
December 16, 2004
M.S. Michael Salla
C.H. Charles Hall
M.S. You describe the tall whites as building scout crafts using materials found on Earth. Can you elaborate on how you came to know this information?
C.H. This information is based on my personal observations. In book two I describe the afternoon when The Teacher and Range Four Harry were showing me the inside of one of the scout craft. Many of the items, such as the seats and the overhead compartments still carried the mold markings placed on them by various American industries such as Boeing aircraft and Lockheed corporation. The overhead compartments were obviously “off-the-shelf” items from companies such as Airstream corporation. Many of the clothing items that the tall whites were wearing were obviously purchased straight out of the Sears and Montgomery Wards Catalogs.