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On October 25th and 26th Dr. Leir will be part of two part television show broadcast on The Telemundo Network. The show will air at 1:00 PM Pacific time. The format will be two parts; the First shown on the 25th and the second on the 16th. Please check your local listings for the correct channel that carries Telemundo. It is a big show and Telemundo is owned by NBC.

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  1. Kathleen brown

    Please tell me; since I have unfortunately missed the program and cannot download the video tracing… Are the “implants” …found on the right hand!?

    Thank you!

    November 6, 2010 at 12:49 pm
  2. scolbern

    Yes, sometimes they are found in the right hand. In fact, case #16, Mr. Ron Noel, had an object in his right hand that we removed and analyzed.

    November 10, 2010 at 8:01 pm
  3. Bill Prescott

    Interesting topic and show. I have had one and possibly two such implants since my own probable abduction (or revisit) at around 15 in the 1960′s. In any case, regardless of who manufactures and places these things – apparently now and then they might be subject to a ‘recall’. About 5 or 6 years ago the one in my left arm seems to have decided to relocate itself. Over the course of a couple months it traveled leisurely up my arm to my shoulder and then across and down my chest on an angle, to my right-side front, pausing for a number of weeks just above my stomach area; then down my right leg to a bit above my ankle – buzzing, clicking and vibrating, sometimes while moving and sometimes while stationary. Numerus times I at first thought it was an incoming call on my cell phone. Anyone else experiencing anything similar? In any case, after the recent Coast to Coast program I was discussing the implant topic with a fellow business owner who paused for a time and then related an incident involving his brother who is an internationally reknowned surgeon, surgical innovator and inventor currently, and for some years, serving on the Board of a major hospital in the southeast U.S. At the time of the incident this surgeon was affiliated in the same capacity with the U of M in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He received an urgent call to come to the hospital. Upon arrival he was shown x-rays and other medical print-outs from a patient, a middle-aged female, still sedated on the operating table. Whatever the original surgical proceedure had been intended to be, it was now halted due to x-rays which showed two round metal ‘dowel-like’ objects, each about 1/2″ in diameter and 3″ long, imbedded vertically in the top of her head and immediately below her hairline. One on the left and one on the right. There was no sign of scarring for either one. Whatever the purpose of the original operation she had been there for it had not been to discover or remove such unusual items. They were only accidentally discovered during this surgery – and she had not previously mentioned them or anything to do with them. Has anyone reported other such items – or any other sizes, shapes, etc., other than the small round objects we usually hear about?

    November 17, 2010 at 2:29 pm
  4. scolbern

    Dear Bill,
    Thanks for the interesting post. We have heard of several cases of implants that move under the skin, under their own power, but we have not heard of one that traveled so far across the body. This is very interesting; thanks for sharing that. Please keep us updated, if it does anything else unusual. You may also want to do the usual implant characterization; X-ray, studfinder, and Gaussmeter testing.
    As far as the objects in the other lady’s head are concerned, they sound too big to be alien implants to me. These objects are sophisticated, nanotechnological electromechanical devices, and do not need to be large in order to perform their function. The aliens generally like to keep them very small, in order to avoid detection during medical exams.
    I think objects that large in someone’s skull are likely to be surgical supports for the skull, put there after an accident, or perhaps US govt implants; they are a lot less sophisticated, and a lot larger.

    November 20, 2010 at 9:22 am

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