Bob Lazar has returned to trending on Twitter after former Pentagon Chief Scientist Travis Taylor hysterically called him Area-51’s “caretaker” at PhenomeCon 2022. Many people speculated that this was done again to discredit Lazar’s credibility. for the government. But filmmaker Jeremy Corbell has come to Lazar’s support, sharing surprising information that corroborates Lazar’s testimonies.
Robert “Bob” Scott Lazar is the most controversial figure linked to alleged secret activities related to extraterrestrials and UFOs that allegedly take place at Area-51. Thirty-three years ago, he claimed to have worked as an engineer on reverse-engineered alien craft near Area-51 in a hangar called the S-4.
Investigative reporter George Knapp should be applauded for bringing Lazar’s story to the world in 1989. He told Knapp that he was a physicist working at S-4, a government laboratory near Groom Lake (Area-51 was not officially recognized by the US government at that time). However, he did not (or could not) share any evidence to validate his statements which later surrounded him with suspicion.
Since then, Lazar’s identity as an Area-51 scientist has always been discussed by others in ufology. Recently, Dr. Travis Scott was also seen discrediting Bob Lazar and said he worked at Area-51 but as a janitor. Many users think it’s a direct attack on Lazar’s credentials as he didn’t show his qualifications. However, there are credible experts who have confirmed Lazar’s work at Area-51.
In 1989, Robert Lazar, a shadowy figure who claimed to work at Area-51, spoke for the Las Vegas-area television station KLAS-TV. In a series of interviews, Lazar told stories of an alien technology reverse engineering project. The project focused on nine different UFOs collected by the US government over decades and hidden on hangers at a location called the S-4. Lazar’s information on S-4 corroborated Lake Papoose, a now-dry lake bed just a few kilometers southwest of Area-51.
As the interviews continued, Lazar went into detail about the intentional construction of the hangars at a tortuous angle and the military’s attempts to camouflage the buildings at Papoose Lake, which is about 17 miles south of Groom Lake.
Now, Jeremy Corbell has provided incredible information that can support Lazar’s claim about this unique and highly camouflaged building on Lake Papoose. Corbell shared a video of Knapp where he discusses a true story of a civilian who infiltrated the Area-51 base and got a look at Lake Papoose.
According to a 1998 report published in the Los Angeles Times titled “A Search on Forbidden Ground,” an archaeologist named Jerry Freeman entered the no-go zone of Area-51 during his expedition to retrace the Lost ’49ers’ route. Freeman is the only civilian known to have gained access to where Bob Lazar said a hidden military installation was.
George Knapp holds a photograph of archaeologist Jerry Freeman. Image credit: Screencap from YouTube
He walked to Nye Canyon and Lake Papoose – two locations mentioned in the wagon diary. The canyon is where the 1849 inscription was carved into the rock; the dry lake bed is where the pioneers camped for the last time before splitting up and sending a group to the destruction of Death Valley.
Corbell writes: “However, many people like to claim that Jerry Freeman never reported seeing anything unusual at Papoose Lake… He shared a video clip in which George Knapp heard the story directly from Jerry. Additionally, it also contains an audio interview that Jerry did with radio host Art Bell.
Here is the audio transcript of what Freeman described that happened to him at Papoose Lake overnight:
“I could clearly see security lights on the perimeters and I could see lights that opened and closed near the center of the lake. I felt vibration, I know I wasn’t imagining it because there was sand coming down the other side. I thought well hey ‘an earthquake’ well then I realized this is not an earthquake that went on and on for maybe almost two minutes. Is it something they are testing directly underground or I was feeling vibes completely from Groom Lake. I don’t know. I think if they had caught me there, it would have lifted me like a Roman candle.”
Knapp told Corbell that he himself talked to Freeman, who had no idea what flying saucers were, nor who Bob Lazar and John Lear were. “I inherited a lot of his files. He says he went out at night with Papoose and suddenly, out of nowhere, a door opens. I mean like just a door in space a light a bluish light that opened a door to who knows where and then poof it was gone. He said that unfortunately while walking through the Nevada testing site, he came across pockets of radiation and contracted cancer and died,” Knapp said.
George Knapp stated that he spoke to former employees who worked with Bob and verified that he was a physicist, however these claims were made informally and without record. Knapp said these employees were friends of Lazar and only specifically named Joe Vaninetti as the person who confirmed this. Vaninetti had a significant interest in UFOs and was involved in UFO research with Bob, both before and after Bob claimed to have worked on the S-4.