It all started with my friends telling me to take the skulls and do what I thought needed to be done with them. Later that winter, Lloyd Pye came into our lives and we (Lloyd, Ray and myself) started on an adventure that changed our lives forever.
The first stop was the IUFOC Conference in Laughlin, Nevada. Lloyd drove to Laughlin with a trunk full of his books titled Everthing You Know Is Wrong and the 2 skulls in a cardboard box. At the same time Ray and I started making arrangements to meet Lloyd in Laughin where we would get the expert opinions from the best researchers in the UFO field.
Interesting fact: The day we met Lloyd, Ray & I received two free tickets on Southwest Airlines. We got the last two seats on the last flight to Las Vegas. We got the last room in Laughlinthe night before the conference started. I think you can say it was meant to be. When everything lines up effortlessly, you know you're doing the right thing.
Lloyd introduced us to Bob and Terry Brown at the registration desk the opening day of the conference. If you have been to any conferences, you know how hectic they are. I don't think Bob even heard our names. But Lloyd being Lloyd, he got all the speakers, members of the congress and Bob Brown in a small conference room and introduced us to them. Then we placed the skulls on the table and said, "Now what?" The room erupted in opinions and questions. I was taken by the elbow to the corner of the room and questioned by a few of the people while Ray and Lloyd were monitoring measurements and pictures being taken. It was all a blur.
After that meeting we got a room where the conference was being held. The next morning, while waiting to be seated for breakfast, Mark Bean asked us to join him and his companions for breakfast. Next thing I knew, I found myself seated between Bob Lazar and Dr. Steven Greer. The talk at the table was about zero-point energy (WAY over my head), but Bob Lazar was so kind and down-to-earth that he was able to explain the gist of what was being said.
I looked up and Lloyd was looking at me really weird. Later, he asked how I rated sitting at the "big boys" table.