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Millennial Hospitality IV: After Hours

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"In the first three volumes of his memoirs concerning experiences while serving at Nellis Air Force Base, Charles Hall gave astonishing testimony of having met with 'Tall White' extraterrestrials located at a secret underground facility at Nellis.


Three independent witnesses have come forward to confirm important parts of Hall's testimony. Hall is a credible witness of extr
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Kindle Edition, 270 pages
Published October 30th 2007 by AuthorHouse (first published October 26th 2007)
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Rehashed from the first 3, still has a couple nuggets of gold in it.

I was glad that it didn't have any of his time in Vietnam in this book, not that I'm not appreciative of his service, but I really like the narrative of the tall whites and the clearing up of the agenda. That being said, I feel like he could have included this in the first three books, and left out the Vietnam segment in book three.
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