By Naven Jones, Freelance Investigative Journalist

On Wednesday, February 28, 2024 tornadoes struck southern Ohio including Dayton. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and its museum were not spared. Damage was extensive. The National Weather Service describes it as a direct hit. Many historically significant aircraft were damaged, and may be beyond repair.


While this is a sad development, it gets worse.

Amateur radio operators report hearing chatter immediately after the storm saying things like They’re out!, 18 has been breached, The grays are loose, Hangar 18 is compromised and Zhti Ti Kofft at large. It has been suspected since the famous incidents in Roswell, New Mexico that alien craft and even actual alien beings are held at Hanger 18 in Dayton rather than at Area 51 in Nevada. I have tried to reach out to official sources, but they either just hang up the phone or tell me “No comment”. This situation is alarming, as almost all abduction victims have described the grays in terrifying terms.

“I hope I never have to meet them. They scare the hell out of me!” said amateur radio operator Hank Kuhn, who was the first to tell me of the radio chatter.  He went on to talk about other alien species that the UFO community believes to have visited Earth, but only the grays really worried him. “They view us as something as insignificant as bugs. They don’t care that their experiments cause us pain and leave us traumatized. The though of them getting their hands on people now that they are at large is a nightmare.” He and his peers also say they have seen military vehicles operating in town more often than normal and more helicopter flights since the storms Wednesday.

If what the Ham radio users have told me is even half true, we may have a crisis on our hands. I plan to keep my eyes and ears open, and report more if I learn more.