In 2005 a person hiding behind the moniker “Request Anonymous” sent a message to Victor Martinez, the host of a UFO-related email list, revealing extensive knowledge of a covert black program called Project Serpo.
According to Request Anonymous, Project Serpo was a secret information- and technology-exchange agreement negotiated between the U.S. government and an alien species from the planet Serpo, located in the Zeta Reticula binary star system.
The government first became aware of the Serpians back in 1947, after a flying saucer carrying out an exploratory mission to Earth crashed in the desert near the small town of Corona, New Mexico (funny how UFOs always seem to crash in New Mexico).
One of the inhabitants of the craft survived the accident, and this “person” helped broker the historic U.S. government-Serpian arrangement.
This details of this agreement didn’t provide the U.S. military with access to the secrets of interstellar travel (if you were from an alien society would you want human beings showing up on your doorstep?). However, using back-engineering principles government scientists were able to design a functioning replica of the Serpian flying saucer recovered in New Mexico, which relied on anti-matter technology to accelerate to speeds well beyond the supposed limit of the speed of light.
In 1965 the U.S. government dispatched a squad of 12 fact-finding ambassadors to the planet Serpo, eight of whom returned alive and well in 1978. Presumably our relationship with the Serpians continued after the end of this mission, but outside of Request Anonymous no other sources have emerged to give us up-to-date details about what has been going on with Project Serpo.
“Request Anonymous” is Revealed
Request Anonymous claimed to be a retired U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) officer with insider access to Project Serpo files. But suspicious UFO researchers were convinced the real source of the Project Serpo story was Richard C. Doty, a former security guard with the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations.
Doty is a notorious disinformation artist (or bullshit artist, take your pick) who has been embraced by a few less-reputable researchers like Linda Moulton Howe and Kerry Cassidy but rejected by almost everyone with at least a handful of functioning brain cells. Doty is a proven liar who may or may not be a paid employee of the U.S. government, and nothing he says or promotes is trustworthy or reliable.
With Richard Doty’s involvement exposed nothing else needs to be said about Project Serpo. It is science fiction crap without the slightest connection to anything true or interesting. Anyone who studies UFOs and/or government cover-ups who takes Project Serpo seriously really needs to have their head examined (or their bullshit detector recalibrated, take your pick).
For those who like to waste their time - or enjoy a good laugh - all the details of the Project Serpo story can be found here, at a website designed specifically to publicize this pathetic hoax.