A Historic Telephone Conversation between a Colorado Doctor and Colonel Philip Corso in 1998.
Dr. X: Hello Colonel. Thanks for speaking to me. What can you tell me about what you saw?
Corso: My knowledge of the extraterrestrial body and how the skin was composed and all. And I’m just now working on what the cloners that made him ,the specific purpose they made him for what they look like.
Dr. X: I see.
Corso: Because I was really very remiss on this, you know, and I always figured that the artifacts were important that we had but the most important gift they gave us, was that body, that extraterrestrial body and I’m the one possibly responsible but I didn’t do enough. I started a project on that.
Dr. X: Right
Corso: Because that was the greatest gift they gave us. That’s a marvelous cloning job. That is a humanoid you know and they did there was design him specifically for space travel. It was a marvel. And I didn’t do anything about it. I was totally oriented towards the hardware, armaments and things of that type. I was sort of remiss on this and I blame myself. I had the talent, I had the organization and I had the money to do it. But I didn’t do it.
Dr. X: Do we still have this body?
Corso: No, they faded pretty fast. What I have been doing lately is trying to recollect. I was very fortunate and I thank my mother and father that I did have a type of photographic brain.
Dr. X: I see.
Corso: I recollected over the past couple of months, everything that I know about the body, the autopsy reports and so forth. From there I’ve been composing, what they were built for and how they did it. And this might be worthwhile, I have some scientist friends of mine, really enough to get into this. And I reversed the fact, what did the cloners of the pattern look like? My own doctor, here who operated on my stomach and Dr. M and he is one of the best. And when I showed him the picture of the extraterrestrial and what they did for space travel, and he looked at the picture, he said, “well, somebody solved the problem.” That was right.
Dr. X: Yes.
Corso: So we should solve this problem. We have to go back to. Man can’t travel in Space. So this will be the next thing.
Dr. X: Well. Back to this laser item. Do you feel that this apparatus is what was used on the cattle mutilations?
Corso: Yes, I had two apparatuses. One I talked about a little, and the other I didn’t talk about. But I mention it; I describe it in this letter I’m sending you.
Dr. X: Okay, great.
Corso: It could repel human cells. Cells. It did something to the cells. And that’s in the letter, also, that I’m sending you. I am taking you away from your patients.
Dr. X: No, Not at all. We just had a little office meeting this morning and we are getting ready for next week. Phil, are these objects still around or what. Where are they?
Corso: Well, I put it in the letter what I did with these two pen-like objects. I had. On both objects, like a typical thinking of a stupid human being, I thought the batteries were dead. They couldn’t come on. And when I took them to a radiological lab down at Fort Belvoir. We put radiation in long low waves on them, and they came on. And like a stupid human, I thought the batteries were dead. You know, typical thinking, and I finally took them down there and they came on and these are marvelous instruments. I passed them on. The General asked me to pass them on to the laboratory at Walter Reed and from there they sent them to Fort Monmouth. And you see the way I operated, I wrote the proposals and we’d farm these out to people working on these things. That’s the way we did the whole operation. Well, you’ve read the book and you see how we did it and we had to cover our tracks because the opposition was looking down our throats. I think we did a good job of covering our tracks. Now this thing was with Bell Laboratory.
Dr. X: Yes.
Corso: Well I gave them the transistor and I gave them the integrated circuit. So that is true. We don’t ask anything for it, we were military. We couldn’t put it on the market or make money from it. We gave it out to people with the provision that they feed it back to us for the competitive edge of the Army and then give it to the people. That was the only provisions we made, and then we financed them.
Dr. X: I see.
Corso: And if they could make money, it wasn’t our concern at all. Just so they put it out. See, that’s the way we operated in those days. And I think they were smart enough to know that and they used it But we wanted them to use it.
Dr. X: Is this cutting laser being back-engineered to present day or is it still lying dormant?
Corso: I’m not sure. Dr. L. told me a story. Maybe you know this. In 1960’s a group of Americans were observing Russian doctors. They took them to the hospital and an operation was going on. And the American doctors backed away. They said blood would spurt all over the place. The doctor said oh, no. So they had an instrument that they used and no blood came out and it cut and sealed and in fact they wanted this instrument in the commissary and the Russian doctors spoke up and said “no.” So they went downtown. They went downtown to one of these medical supplies store and they saw one of these instruments and they bought it. They brought it back here and the Russians sued them. But the American court decided in favor of the doctors. And then my doctor looking at me, said “ Phil, I used that instrument on you”; on my stomach and they cut and sealed it. I don’t know if you are familiar with this.
Dr. X: Could I possibly talk with this him?
Corso: Oh, yes. I’ll see him here in a day or two and I’ll tell him. You see this doctor. He and I are good friends in addition to being my doctor. He saved my life really. We are good friends. He is a vascular surgeon. He and I discussed the lymphatic system of the EBE.
Dr. X: Yes, what about it?
Corso: It’s different in the extraterrestrials from humans.
Dr. X: I see.
Corso: They’re not like humans. So I’d discuss that with him because after all, with a doctor and he’s an expert at this and we discuss it quite often.
Dr. X: I would really like to speak to your doctor because he and I can have a discussion “doctor to doctor”, really about the cutting of tissue and this area that I am really fascinated with.
Corso: I think in the book I mentioned Dr.Castellani when I was in Rome and I was head of security ad intelligence. I became great friends with him and he was in his 60’s then I was in my 20’s. He was world famous with the Casellani Ointments and he told me that the ointments were and they let the body go to rest. And also he said that skin patients treated with penicillin became worse. I went down and saw the boy. One of my men, and he told me he was worse. So I told my driver to take my car and go back and get Professor Castellani. And he brought him to the American hospital. About half an hour later, I get a call from Professor Castellani in my office, and he said, “Corso, I’ll have your man back to work tomorrow”. And I asked him what was the matter with him Doc? He said, “It’s very simple. I put ointment on his hair. He was allergic to his own dandruff .Now it’s all better”. And he cured the boy in one day. That’s the type of man he was. They ran a little clinic in Rome for the poor. The man could probably work in any hospital in the world, but he didn’t. I used to send him a lot of medical supplies from the hospital and he was very grateful for that. And I’d get penicillin in raids and penicillin in those days was more valuable than gold. And I’d send him down penicillin and when he really needed it, I could get something from the US hospital for him. Because I was in charge of security and Intelligence you know. And I could do things like that. He knew and anytime anything happened to one of my boys, He was always there for me.
Dr. X: That’s amazing Phil, one more thing where are these cutting objects now?
Corso: I don’t know, Doctor. I’ve been retired since 1963. But since I had the objects and the reports then, a while ago. I tell people here in my lectures, and you must remember we were army officers. The material wasn’t mine and did not belong to me. I had no right to steal it or take it because it really did not belong to me. I was Intelligence; I was the kind of guy that was supposed stop people from stealing from the army.
Dr. X: Yes. I know.
Corso: In those days, there was still a lot of honesty and integrity around. And when I we gave them to the people who were supposed to have them and use them .We made the first heart pump and the first respirator, you know. We made that in the Army.
Dr. X: I didn’t know that.
Corso: I have pamphlets that describe that. We made the first heart pump and the first respirator. You know, of any Army in the world. Most people don’t know this. It’d mentioned in this new book.
Dr. X: I’d like to have this.
Corso: I’ll send it to your home. I’ll mail it today.
Dr. X: Thank you very much.
Corso: Usually I don’t bother with people the skeptics and debunkers. I always tell them, I don’t want you to pass your stupidity on to me. I won’t even answer you.
Dr. X: I hope to personally, hopefully to see your lecture some time.
Corso: When you get this letter, look it over and then we can talk from there
Dr. X: Is your address on there?
Corso: Yes, on the letter. All right. Well, thank you for your support.
Dr. X: Thank you for calling me. I’m glad you did.
Corso: I took a chance at calling you. The pleasure is truly mine. Thank you very much. Bye, bye.
It is important to understand that it was nearly impossible for the Colorado doctor to reach Corso’s Doctor although he tried .To his credit, he realized that the implications of this telephone call were historic. He gave the tape to me and I had the audio transcribed because it is my belief that these are all pieces of the “back-engineering” puzzle. That pen-like medical instrument was placed in the mainstream somewhere. As Colonel Corso speaks of it, we realized that he had so much more to tell, so much more to contribute to the back-engineering of what he believed were the Roswell artifacts. Since we know there were several crashes in New Mexico, I wonder where those other materials are now?