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Bill Chalker's work

Postby MikeJamieson » Sat Jul 01, 2006 9:27 pm

From landing trace cases, DNA evidence from one "abduction" case,
examination of Australian government involvement and historical/anthropological insights to indigenous cultures and
UFO events, the work of Bill Chalker seems impressive (at least
from this vantage point, across the big Pacific Ocean).

http://www.theozfiles.com

The Peter Khoury encounter case, involving DNA evidence, seems
intriguing overall (which includes mitochondrial and nuclear DNA
testing on a strand of hair). It also seems weird, of course.
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Postby MikeJamieson » Sat Jul 08, 2006 7:09 pm

The curious, and strange, Peter Khoury case is discussed in
detail at this link:

http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/upd ... -013.shtml

The curious features of the DNA tests are also described.
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Postby MikeJamieson » Sat Jul 08, 2006 7:33 pm

A second, nuclear DNA, test was completed in 2005. When I get a chance,
I'll try to find a link to the article that Chalker wrote in the MUFON Journal
where the results were described. There was a thread at ufoupdates in
2005 that I started after I read the article in the LAs Vegas Library. Sorry,
my limited online time makes it hard for me to spend the time gathering all this stuff up.
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Re: Bill Chalker's work

Postby rore » Wed Dec 01, 2010 7:52 pm

Bill Chalker, at the urging of some folks at Alien-UFOs, and to our surprise, came on-board in 2010 with an opening Statement sure to awe all there…
Bill posted: “ I've registered on this site as the thread discussing the Peter Khoury case appears to be dominated by people who haven't taken the effort to examine the material available on the case.”

We were ‘all ears’…

Chalker was suggesting that, due to the differences in DNA between the Hair's shaft and follicle (root), perhaps an advanced DNA technique was in play back in 1998.
I guess Bill didn’t know some of us knew that Human Scientists have been ‘advancing in DNA tech’ long before 1998.

A rather educational discussion ensued and the conclusion is, basically, there is strong evidence for the Hair Sample to be of Human Origin and quite possibly Finnish in origin…

Bill Chalker did not even discuss our findings; he knew what he was really promoting and I agree with him; A team of well financed and equipped forensic specialist should be assembled to scientifically examine all physical ‘trace evidence’ of an Alien presence.
It may quickly ascertain if someone is pulling a hoax or not.

Bill claims he used this DNA tech in the Betty/Barney Hill case.
Apparently the dress Betty was wearing on the night of her alleged abduction had a blood stain on it and Bill’s team found it to be Human with a bit of spider blood in the mix. Pretty cool. ~rore
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Re: Bill Chalker's work

Postby pigswillfly » Thu Dec 02, 2010 12:35 am

HAIR OF THE ALIEN – THE DNA PARADIGM

by Bill Chalker
Copyright © B. Chalker 2005

In the 3rd quarter 1999, issue of the Australasian Ufologist (Vol.3, No.3, “UFO Abductions & Science: A case study of Strange Evidence”) I described in some detail the strange case of Peter Khoury and his 1992 experience with what appears to be two female entities--one with blue eyes and wispy blonde hair, and the other one with dark hair, dark skin and an Asian appearance. As a result of this encounter, blonde hair samples apparently linked to the blonde entity were recovered and were subsequently examined in the world’s first PCR (Polymerase Chair Reaction) DNA profiling study of biological material implicated in an alien encounter. My forthcoming book Hair of the Alien: DNA and other Forensic Evidence for Alien Abductions, scheduled to be published by Paraview Pocket Books (a division of Simon & Schuster) in the US during July, 2005, uses the Khoury case as a potent touchstone, and examines evidence in cases from diverse locations, including the United States, South America, Africa, China, and my home country of Australia. The book should become available in Australia later in the year or it can be purchased via outlets like http://www.amazon.com

The bizarre events that centered on Khoury provided an extraordinary opportunity to assess the reality of abduction experiences. Forensic science was confronting the alien abduction controversy. Could a DNA mediated, forensic approach help determine the reality of the abduction experience? If these bizarre episodes occur at a physical level, at least as we understand it, then a DNA analysis of the hair sample -the “alien hair” would provide us with a unique opportunity to apply some real science to this controversial area. This would be a rigorous test of the credibility of Peter Khoury’s extraordinary claim.

The focused DNA profiling technique we used in the Khoury case goes to the very heart of one of the key claims behind the theorized abduction program: alien/human hybridization. It provides an opportunity for testing the credibility of the claim that aliens are creating hybrids composed of both alien and human genetic material. If such claims are true, there should be some compatibility in the DNA of alleged alien specimens, but some anomalies not readily reconciled with known human DNA variability should also be in evidence. Indeed, our original analysis confirmed the alien hair came from someone who was biologically close to normal human genetics, but of a highly unusual racial type.

Together, two distinct phases of DNA analyses undertaken on the hair sample recovered from Khoury’s bizarre experience provide a striking array of genetic findings. They appear to evince advanced DNA techniques and anomalies of the sort we are only now discovering, or starting to make sense of, in mainstream biotechnology.

The blonde alien hair revealed an extraordinary anomaly. Depending on whether we analyzed the hard hair shaft or the soft root, its mitochondrial DNA appeared to be of two different kinds. From the lower hair shaft we again obtained a rare Chinese mitochondrial DNA substitution. But from soft root tissue, we obtained a novel Basque/Gaelic type mitochondrial DNA, which had a rare substitution for that racial grouping along with several other characteristic substitutions.


http://www.auforn.com/Bill_Chalker_35.htm
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Re: Bill Chalker's work

Postby pigswillfly » Thu Dec 02, 2010 12:39 am

rore wrote:Bill Chalker, at the urging of some folks at Alien-UFOs, and to our surprise, came on-board in 2010 with an opening Statement sure to awe all there…
Bill posted: “ I've registered on this site as the thread discussing the Peter Khoury case appears to be dominated by people who haven't taken the effort to examine the material available on the case.”

We were ‘all ears’…

A rather educational discussion ensued and the conclusion is, ... ~rore


Where can I read this discussion, please?
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Re: Bill Chalker's work

Postby Access Denied » Thu Dec 02, 2010 4:52 am

rore wrote:Bill Chalker did not even discuss our findings; he knew what he was really promoting and I agree with him; A team of well financed and equipped forensic specialist should be assembled to scientifically examine all physical ‘trace evidence’ of an Alien presence.
It may quickly ascertain if someone is pulling a hoax or not.

Welcome to the forum Rore. Something tells me this thread belongs in the hoax forum… :)

Why is there never any independent verification of results and why do we always have to buy the book to see the “evidence”?

rore wrote:Bill claims he used this DNA tech in the Betty/Barney Hill case.
Apparently the dress Betty was wearing on the night of her alleged abduction had a blood stain on it and Bill’s team found it to be Human with a bit of spider blood in the mix. Pretty cool. ~rore

This (as in the Khoury case) is where provenance becomes an issue… and contamination was ruled out how?

pigswillfly wrote:Where can I read this discussion, please?

http://www.alien-ufos.com/ufo-alien-dis ... ost9565678

Anyway, interesting stuff Rore, I had not heard of chimeras before…

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chimera_(genetics)

(the non-mythological kind, not that I think it’s relevant in this case)
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Re: Bill Chalker's work

Postby the|exx » Thu Dec 02, 2010 2:00 pm

A couple of us here have had the pleasure of interacting/working with Bill before. From my personal experience, Bill was very helpful, generous (sharing resources), and very forthcoming with any requested information. Why Not? will probably tell you the exact same thing. Personally, I'm not a fan of his 'Hair of the Alien' work but I did enjoy his book on the Cahill case... (more on that at another time).

Peter Khoury recently passed a polygraph test but it's my belief that this isn't proof of the alleged incident, but more-so an indication that he simply believes what he is saying. The DNA evidence was also flimsy and clearly points to a terrestrial source. What grinds me is that the prosaic results have then been interpreted (twisted and contorted) into something that they clearly are not.

In some ways it reminds me of Lloyd Pie's desperate attempts at proving the Starchild is an ET.

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Re: Bill Chalker's work

Postby rore » Thu Dec 02, 2010 11:55 pm

Ooops I usually remember to post links. Thanks Access, that was the link… http://www.alien-ufos.com/ufo-alien-dis ... red-6.html
I didn't look up the protocols Bill used in the Betty Hill case, I just found that in passing as an 'unverified by me example' of how such tech could be used as suggested by Bill.

At first, Bill was in the ‘Lecture to Student’ mode but at least he didn’t start a rant like Michael Horn did recently… Classic stuff that…

I learned a lot reading what others uncovered and from the stuff I researched.
The big ‘draw-back’ in these instances is the ‘unveiling’ of, what appeared to be, a legit, unique case and finding a more mundane scenario awaits us…lol ~rore
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