We recently had the exciting opportunity of interviewing Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell, a man of many talents and with quite the brain to pick. Born in 1977 in Los Angeles, he is known as a contemporary artist, an investigative filmmaker, while also boasting a martial arts career (with a black belt in Jujitsu). Though all equally fascinating, we were focusing on only one of his three artistic outlets in this interview, namely his filmmaking. Corbell’s investigative documentaries have garnered considerable attention in recent years, particularly amongst truth-seekers, fringe communities, believers -- call them what you will. Essentially, people aiming to expand their consciousness and sphere of knowledge. His two most recent releases are Hunt for the Skinwalker (based on a book by George Knapp and Dr. Colm Kelleher), and Bob Lazar : Area 51 & Flying Saucers. The latter was the spotlight of our discussion.
So, what do we know about Bob Lazar? Well, he went public in 1989, appearing in an interview with investigative reporter, George Knapp, on the Las Vegas TV station, KLAS. He was presented with his face hidden and under a pseudonym (Dennis). He claims that he back-engineered an alien spacecraft for the United States Military, and that this spacecraft had an incredibly advanced (that is, advanced to us humans) propulsion system. Specifically, a propulsion system that used gravity wave propulsion (fueled by atomic element 115 — Moscovium — first synthesised in 2003). A great example that appeared in the documentary was approximately as follows: imagine a ball; it’s on a bed, and you want to move it forward; you push the mattress down, and it rolls towards the indent; you did not push it, blow at it, nor anything else that involves a *push* type of propulsion from its back. This is a good, approximate way to imagine this gravity wave system. Also, another thing we know: Lazar is known to be a little difficult to get a hold of. That is, he’s quite content keeping out of the public eye, making any significant communication with him rather exciting and valuable. This is where Corbel comes into the picture, because that’s exactly what he managed to do for this documentary. The film follows Corbell and his interactions with Lazar, playing out much like an in-depth and extended interview; thus, we are brought into a world of Area 51 secrets and the whistleblowing of covert government projects.
The movie is a feature length documentary focusing on the claims of Bob Lazar: what his work involved at S-4; what exactly he discovered there; how he interpreted the things he saw. We also get a glimpse of how his past involvements affect his current life: it becomes clear that his link to the government will never completely disappear, whether he wants that or not.
This documentary is part of an expanding series titled, Extraordinary Lives. In this series, Corbell explores the beliefs and stories of people deep within various networks: aerospace, military, conspiracy, extraterrestrial, and underworld communities. Specific topics include: advanced nano-technology, non-lethal weaponry, off-world technologies, space travel, and extraterrestrial contact. We rather enjoyed Corbell’s documentary prior to this one, Hunt for the Skinwalker, and urge any newcomers of these realms to explore some of these movies.
In our interview, we also explore Lazar’s education, and why there seems to be a lack of a paper-trail leading to it; how, indeed, Corbell got Lazar to talk on Camera; and evidence that works in favour of Lazar’s claims. We hope you enjoy this interview, and proceed to explore this subject matter further.