All About David Adair

David Adair has been admired and debated online and on-tour over the past thirty-five years, in just about every social circle that exists. From speaking engagements, interviews, television shows, and now finally breaking his silence with untold events, his story has come under intense scrutiny and admiration from a vast array of people across the world. Understanding his 300 page book, “America’s Fall From Space” and making sense of his cat-like nine lives took many years to grasp and come to terms with.  After hearing all the stories, interviewing friends, scientists, witnesses and professionals, I have learned that for every unbelievable story there is a fact that is just as unbelievable.  Let’s face it, if he was a 17 year old mastermind of the fastest rocket on Earth in 1971 and secretly funded by the U.S. government to develop his rocket for first-strike capability, who would believe him? As the daughter of Colonel Bailey Arthur Williams said when I interviewed her for Adair’s documentary, “He’s either telling the truth, or he’s stark raving mad.”  This blog chronicles discovering the unknown about David Adair in the making of the documentary, “America’s Fall From Space”.

David Adair with Shuttle
David Adair with Shuttle

3 thoughts on “All About David Adair

  1. I believe ET’s are here, and the symbiotic engine is plausible from an alien race ten thousand years or more ahead of us. I believe Bob Lazar is telling the truth, too, and the evidence of gravity-propelled disks seems incontrovertible. If you are for real (and I hope you are, I think you may be), then I can’t wait to hear the real story.

  2. I love the story it is interesting the engine itself I would like to learn more about. What is David working on now? I figure once a tinkerer always a tinkerer? I love the fact that you saw the engine in area 51.

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