by Michael Salla, Ph.D.

Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner

May 12, 2010
from Examiner Website


A former representative to the New Hampshire House of Representatives has released a video statement revealing he saw a secret brief to President Eisenhower concerning extraterrestrial life.


Henry W. McElroy, a Republican, served on various committees during his time in the New Hampshire State legislature, and is best known for sponsoring a New Gold Money bill in 2004 that aimed to restore the use of Gold and Silver coins in the Granite State. He most recently ran for and won the Republican primary for State Representative to the 2008 elections but did not win re-election.


In his statement, recorded on May 8 in Hampton Virginia, McElroy claims that the brief revealed that extraterrestrials were present in the United States, they were benevolent, and a meeting could be arranged for Eisenhower.

McElroy explains in his statement that he saw the briefing document while serving on New Hampshire’s “State Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs committee.”


On its official webpage, the current committee lists 19 members and is under Democratic Party control. In his official working capacity at the time, McElroy claims that he was regularly “updated on a large number of topics related to the affairs of our People, and our Nation.”


One of the topics relates to an official one page brief to President Eisenhower by unknown national security specialists that he claims to have personally witnessed:

I would like to submit to our nation my personal testimony of one document related to one of these ongoing topics which I saw while in office, serving on the State Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs Committee. The document I saw was an official brief to President Eisenhower.

McElroy’s recollection of the contents of the briefing document are startling:

To the best of my memory this brief was pervaded with a sense of hope, and it informed President Eisenhower of the continued presence of extraterrestrial beings here in the United States of America. The brief seemed to indicate that a meeting between the President and some of these visitors could be arranged as appropriate if desired.

According to the brief, the extraterrestrials were benevolent.

The tone of the brief indicated to me that there was no need for concern, since these visitors were in no way, causing any harm, or had any intentions, whatsoever, of causing any disruption then, or in the future.

As a retired State Representative, McElroy’s testimony carries weight since he is a direct eyewitness of a document seen during his official duties.


His testimony supports the claims of others that President Eisenhower secretly traveled to Air Force facilities in 1954 and 1955 to have meetings with representatives of one or more extraterrestrial civilizations. The most well known case involves a secret meeting at Edwards Air Force base in February 1954 that Eisenhower allegedly attended to meet with extraterrestrials to discuss nuclear weapons testing.


In addition, UFO researcher Art Campbell, has located several eyewitnesses to a second secret meeting at Holloman Air Force base in February 1955 where President Eisenhower again allegedly met with extraterrestrials.

McElroy’s testimony is a welcome breakthrough to learning the truth about long forgotten events whose impact on American society and world history continue to be largely unknown. His testimony boosts the case for the creation of Extraterrestrial Affairs commissions at local and state government levels, similar to that scheduled for voting in Denver in August 2010.


Such commissions will be mandated to discuss evidence concerning the existence of extraterrestrial life, and to educate local populations about related issues. McElroy's testimony comes less than two weeks after the Governor of a Russian Republic revealed on national television his own experiences concerning extraterrestrial life.


Given the reluctance of Federal authorities in both the U.S. and Russia to discuss evidence of extraterrestrial life, it is a welcome trend that former/current state officials are beginning to come forward to reveal their experiences.