The picturesque island of Coronado, situated in the resort city of San Diego, California, is crawling with the Secret Service in preparation for the arrival of William “Bill” Jefferson Clinton, saxophonist extraordinaire and 42nd President of the United States of America. Clinton is scheduled to deliver a speech at the historic and famously haunted five-star Hotel Del Coronado, located close to three military bases, on the 27th. Coincidentally, a two-day UFO conference is taking place at the Del Coronado, hosted by Yvonne Smith, a certified hypnotherapist specializing in PTSD and alien abductions and founder of the Close Encounter Research Organization (CERO). During the weekend, the island will become the site of an abduction event on a scale never seen before or since, allegedly involving President Clinton himself.

After an investigation that lasted nearly two decades and involved hundreds of hours of regression therapy with witnesses, Smith uncovered a disturbing story in which a dozen or more people, conveniently all members of CERO, were simultaneously abducted from their rooms on two consecutive nights at different locations. It’s got all the hits, folks. Grab your abduction Bingo cards and join us as we discuss cape-wearing aliens, perplexed Greys struggling with blankets, a man’s relentless quest to show his penis to every living organism on earth and we’re not talking about President Clinton here, and so, so much more. If YELP had been a thing back then, all of these establishments would’ve gone out of business.


Coronado: The President, The Secret Service and Alien Abductions: ISBN-13: 9781499195019

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Rob Kristoffersen is an amateur UFO researcher from the Adirondacks of Northern New York. He is the host of the podcast, Our Strange Skies: UFOs Throughout History.