Starchild Project Team
You might be asking yourself who are the members of the Starchild Project Team? How did they become team members?
Let me take you back to the beginning. I meet Lloyd and within 20 minutes I had complete confidence in him. I felt he was sincere in his intent and confident he could get the answers. After I heard his presentation I knew he would do the best he could to get this done. I trusted him completely.
The first person Lloyd brought on the team was Mark Bean. He worked with many of the hospitals in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mark was the one who got the first ultrasound done.
After Mark came Dr. Ted Robertson of Vancouver, Canada. After Dr. Robertson spent many months with the skulls and consulting with his colleagues. I was invited to meet him: by then Lloyd and the rest of them had come to the concussion that the Starchild skull was of alien origins. Then Lloyd took the Starchild skull to many professionals yet did not keep any records of these visits.
Once Lloyd married Amy she played a major part of the project. She was Lloyd right hand person.
After their divorce, Lloyd found a scientist who wanted to help get the DNA testing done, free of charge. Lloyd introduced this man as a geneticist. When I finally met him he took us to the lab and showed us around. It was very nice to see everyone in the same room for the first time. Yet I never asked any questions about credentials or qualifications to do this kind of work. I trusted Lloyd to find the top of the line professionals to work on such an important project. Yet when I checked into the geneticist credentials after Lloyd’s death I found out he wasn’t a geneticist at all. He is a virologist!
Matthew Brownstein contacted next Lloyd. Matthew was surfing the internet and stumbled across the Starchild project website. Matthew offered to help. Lloyd went to meet Matthew. Lloyd was very impressed with Matthew and explained to me that he thought Matthew had the connections to get us the investors we needed.
We had a Skype meeting with everyone and Matthew. Matthew spent time explaining what he could contribute to the project. Matthew had clear view on how to bring this group of well-meaning people into a well-organized business. I knew that we were missing the business part of the puzzle. Now with a business man on board, we looked more professional. Now we could attract the investors we so desperately needed.