Phil Schneider’s story is one of the most shocking encounters with Aliens that has ever been published. Underground aliens shot his dam fingers off and almost blew a hole in his chest while exploring a DUMB (Deep Underground Military Base – Phil was an expert in this area and a security clearance contractor called on to help dig and construct them). Amazingly, a brave delta force soldier gave his life to save him, exchanging fire with the aliens while he put Phil on the elevator back up to the surface, hitting the up button and staying below to exchange fire, and provide cover, ultimately to his demise. After all this, Phil became an outspoken member of the ufology community, telling his story, which is published in many videos online, in DVD, and book form. Many people called him crazy, but as time goes on, more and more evidence surfaced that confirm what he was referring to with underground bases to be absolutely true.
Phil Schneider was not just some random kooky guy. Phil was a geologist and underground construction expert, with a family history of deep military involvement, and as a result it was no surprise to his own family that he was also a man who spent seventeen years working on government black projects. With a level 1 security clearance (Rhyolite 38), Phil worked at Area 51, S-4 and Los Alamos. He is one of only three survivors from the infamous Alien/Human war at Dulce, New Mexico and the Los Alamos underground areas in August of 1979. Over sixty government workers and agents were killed during those confrontations.
After all of this, his sharing of this top secret information clearly became a threat to TPTB, because shadow operatives murdered Phil in his own home years later after he spoke out, and covered it up as suicide (absolute BS). After thirteen attempts on his life, Phil Schneider was found dead in his Wilsonville, Oregon apartment on January 17, 1996. He had apparently been dead for several days and reportedly had a rubber hose wrapped three times around his neck. Officially, suicide is now stated as the cause of death. The medical examiner took blood and urine samples at the autopsy but refused to analyze them, saying that the Clackamas County Coroner’s Office would not “waste their money on a suicide”. Samples were kept for twelve months. When interested parties asked for these samples to be sent to an independent lab eleven months later, they were “missing” and presumed “destroyed”. Schneider had missing fingers on his left hand, and limited motion in his shoulders. He could never have done it himself, proving the coverup.