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Subject Missouri Doctor Denies Leading Ozark Planet X Survivalists... claims NASA, DoD cover-up
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Original Message Cape doctor says he's not leading survivalist group and has been harassed by believers in 'Planet X'

Sunday, July 10, 2011

..."While the doctor acknowledges he did take some photos of the comet, he said people in the chat room group are attaching more significance to the pictures than they should. Unlike the Harold Campings of endtime prophesies that caught the public's attention and scorn this year, Glenn said he doesn't, nor does anyone, know the hour of the Earth's fall.

But Glenn says he has seem something in that telescope. Something on three consecutive nights. Something that didn't go away.

While he may not ally himself with the "research group," the Cape Girardeau doctor does believe there's something very bad in the wind.

"I'm watching. I have a watchful eye," Glenn said, asserting that something serious is causing a rash of volcanoes and massive earthquakes, like the 9.0 quake that struck Japan in March. He claims to know something, the same thing NASA knows, the president knows, the Defense Department knows. But Glenn says there's no use in talking about it -- and the leaders in the know can't talk about it either.

"Who's going to go to work. Who's going to the power company? Think about that. How much food would be on the shelf at grocery stores? How jampacked would the highways be?" he said, referring to what he believes would be the chaos caused if the public learns of looming destruction.

"If you don't go through the ruse, people know something's up. Everybody must be entertained," Glenn said, referring to a line in the movie "Network..."

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