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L. Hastings was born May 6, 1950, in Albuquerque, New Mexico,
at Sandia Base, where atomic weapons were engineered. His
father, Robert E. Hastings, was career U.S. Air Force, retiring
in 1967 with the rank of Senior Master Sergeant. In 196667,
the Hastings family was stationed at Malmstrom AFB, Montana,
during one peak period of UFO activity at nearby Minuteman
nuclear missile sites. In March 1967, Hastings witnessed
five UFOs being tracked on radar at the base air traffic
control tower. He later learned that these "unknown
targets" had been maneuvering near ICBM sites located
southeast of the base. This experience ultimately led to
his decades-long research into the UFO-nukes connection.
received a BFA in Photography
at Ohio University in 1972, and worked as a
photographic technician at Northern Illinois University
for eight years. In 1981, after conducting numerous interviews
with former and retired US Air Force personnel regarding
their knowledge of nuclear weapons-related UFO incidents,
Hastings ventured out on the college lecture circuit to
speak about the U.S. governments cover-up on UFOs.
To date, he has appeared at over 500 colleges and universities
in the U.S. as well as Oxford University in England.
198688, Hastings retrained
in Electron Microscopy at San Joaquin Delta College in
and received a certificate in Materials Science Applications.
Between 1988 and 2002, he was employed as a laboratory
analyst by Philips Semiconductors in Albuquerque, New
Mexico, but continued lecture at colleges in his spare
time. Now retired, he continues to promote public awareness
of the reality of UFO activity
at nuclear weapons sites.
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