Death of a Hoarder Results in the Destruction of UFO Files
It was recently disclosed that the best piece of photographic UFO evidence that ever existed disappeared from an interior wall of the British Ministry of Defence in the 1990s. Now, a new report claims that the death of a hoarder in Calimesa, CA resulted in the destruction of thousands of audio UFO files compiled by ufologist David Aaron, a well-known collector of amateur UFO video and audio files.
David Aaron and his girlfriend Sherry once shared a home in Calimesa. That's where Aaron stored his impressive collection of UFO files. After he moved out, he made arrangements with Sherry to have his collection transferred to his new home. Tragically, Sherry died before Aaron could move his UFO files. When he arrived at her home to recover the files in July 2011, he discovered that his former girlfriend had passed away and men in HAZMAT suits were evacuating her home.
The woman reportedly had a clowder of cats whose urine and feces had made the interior of the home a health hazard. Photographs published by Top Secret Writers show a massive pile of garbage that was removed from the home making it appear that the home looked like something from the television show "Hoarders."
Unfortunately, David Aaron was not permitted to retrieve his UFO files, and they are presumed destroyed. According to reports, an astounding "1,200 rare UFO radio program recordings" were taken or destroyed in the process.