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By Barbara Bartholic, Peggy Fielding

"My study all started with webhosting the Heaven's Gate humans ahead of they have been Heaven's Gate. I went directly to paintings for seven years with Jacque Vallee. He was once portrayed because the French scientist within the motion picture, 'Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind.' Vallee and that i traveled round the U.S. and world wide gaining knowledge of farm animals mutilations, flying saucers sightings and abductions."

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Of course we didn’t have a piano in our house in Tulsa so I wasn’t too surprised that he didn’t come to visit me. When I was ready to enter High School, Mother and Daddy wanted me to take advantage of one of the better high schools in Tulsa so we moved into the Will Rogers District. At that school they put great emphasis on art, drama, music and other arts. I loved it. One of the art teachers from another school, a man named Mr. Bartholic, commented on my talent in front of his and our combined classes during an outdoor field trip on drawing and sketching.

I was overwhelmed by the unfinished sculpture of two horses. The huge clay armature dominated the single room. The horses were made of cement and they were at least five feet tall. I’m a big woman and those horses made me feel small. They took up nearly all the space in that room. “Stone Horse” was what he called the huge sculpture. He’d been given the commission by a person who wanted to adorn his fountain with the animals. I was so impressed. I knew he was an artist and now I saw that other people recognized him as an artist as well.

I put the invitations down and took their brochure into my hand. “There’s going to be a lecture at the library. ” I looked at the brochure again. I remembered my reaction to the Weisendanger’s suppositions about the cave paintings and carvings. Longings to know about UFOs flooded through me. I couldn’t believe that it seemed so important to me. “Give your notice to me, please. ” I looked carefully at them again. “Could I make a tape of you two? ” When they agreed I walked them the block to Bill Blair’s studio and he alerted his crew for the interview.

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