The Robert Lazar Timeline
As Assembled from Public Records and Statements
Version 1.10, October 1995
Originally released July, 1994
by Tom Mahood (email@example.com)
This project began as an attempt to verify Robert Lazar's story
of "vanishing records". What was uncovered was not only
a multitude of records, but records that portray an individual
and story very much at odds with that generally accepted. Some
of these records appear to contradict statements made by Lazar.
Every attempt has been made to make this document as accurate
as possible. If any discrepancies are found, please direct them
to the author for correction in any future versions. Likewise,
if there are any readers with additional verifiable, public information,
please pass it on.
What follows is a summation of statements, interviews and records,
arranged in chronological order, providing the framework of what
is, by anyone's definition, a most interesting life. Please note
the information presented here consists ONLY of public records.
While it's highly likely detailed school transcripts (for example)
exist, they are considered confidential and may not be released
to the general public.
The implications of Lazar's story are tremendous, and is worthy
of detailed investigation. This information is being put forth
as part of that effort, in the hopes it will provide researchers
with areas for further study.
A question may come to mind: Could some or all of these documents
have been "planted" to discredit Lazar? It is certainly
possible, as most things are. However, this would have entailed
tampering with many reels of microfilm. Since none of the reels
exhibited any splicing in the area of Lazar's records, the only
way these records could have been planted would be to replace
the entire reel. Also, the master reels from which the microfilms
the public uses are made, would have to also be tampered with,
even though they are stored in vaults. Furthermore, some of the
documents available, such as divorce proceedings, are the actual
documents complete with signatures. And throughout the files,
the information appears to cross-correlate completely.
- Jan. 26, 1959: Robert Scott Lazar (RL) born in Coral
The location, Coral Gables, is given in Good's book. Good
also states that George Knapp checked with the hospital RL claims
to have been born at in Coral Gables and "..no records could
be found." (1) The date is from RL's first marriage certificate,
however only his State of birth is listed, not the city. (10)
A note on birth records in Florida. There are usually 3 different
locations birth records are kept. The first, the hospital of birth,
is also the least reliable, since it not an "official"
repository of records. Records may or may not be found there.
The next source, which is very reliable, is the Health Department
of the County of birth. However, the best and most comprehensive
birth record source for the State of Florida is the State Department
of Health and Rehabilitation Services, Vital Statistics, PO Box
210, Jacksonville, FL 322231-0042. (904) 359-6900 (Recorded info).
This location maintains copies of all birth records for the State,
going back to 1917.
However, as a result of a State statute enacted in 1987, all birth
records in Florida are now considered confidential. Copies, or
even information from certificates, may only be issued to the
birth registrant, the parents or legal guardian, or a legal representative
of the registrant. So it appears no one can verify the claim that
RL's birth records have vanished without his written permission.
- 1974: Social Security number issued in New York
RL's Social Security number and current address, while in
the public records, have been deleted from this document in the
interests of privacy. However, the SS # begins with 068 which
indicates it was issued in the state of New York. It is possible
to determine from the remainder of the SS # that it most likely
was issued in 1974.
- August 1976: According to Stanton Friedman, RL graduated
from W. Tresper Clarke High School (740 Edgewood Drive, East Meadow
Union Free District) in Westbury Long Island, New York. His class
standing was number 261 out of a class of 369. Further, according
to Friedman, this would put RL in the bottom third of his class
and entry into Cal Tech or MIT generally requires the student
be in the top 10% of the class. (15)
- 1976: Claims to have attended Los Angeles Pierce
This has been confirmed by Stanton Friedman. After RL stated that
one of his professors at Cal Tech was named "Duxler",
Friedman located a William Duxler, a Math and Physics professor
at Pierce College, who was able to determine that RL had taken
at least one of his courses in the late 1970's. Druxler said he
never taught at Cal Tech. (15)
- June 1977: RL's parents purchased a home at 20650
Martha Street in Woodland Hills, California. (OR 77-592189
thru 592191) (10)
- August 1978: RL's parents moved to 4914 Natoma Avenue
in Woodland Hills. (OR 78-1030636 thru 1030638) (10)
- 1978: Bachelor of Science degree in Physics and
Electronic Technology, from Pacifica University (correspondence
university), according to RL's Pre-Sentence Report for his pandering
conviction (Case 94922).
- "1977 or 78": Claims to have attended
Cal State University, Northridge, "for a short time for some
classes", then on to CalTech. (14)
"The Big T" is the student yearbook for CalTech. At
the Millikan Library at CalTech, every page of every issue of
"The Big T" from the year 1977 through 1982 was checked.
There is no photo or mention of RL anywhere in any of the activities,
highly improbable were he a student there. Checking by George
Knapp (1) and Stanton Friedman with the administration revealed
no records of RL's attendance. Although Good reports Friedman
has confirmed RL's attendance at Cal State Northridge, Friedman
says this is not correct and he has not made any inquiries to
Cal State Northridge. (1) (15)
- July 27, 1980: RL married Carol Nadine Strong in
Woodland Hills, California.
According to the marriage certificate, at the time of the marriage
they were both living at 21619 Strathern, #1, Canoga Park, California.
The certificate list's RL's occupation as "Electronics Engineer"
and his highest school grade completed as 12. RL's birthrate is
listed as January 26, 1959 in Florida. Carol's occupation was
listed as "Electronics Technician" and her highest school
grade completed was also 12. Carol's date of birth was March 21,
1946, in California, making her 13 years older than RL. The certificate
lists this as the first marriage for both.
Per the certificate RL's parents were Albert Lazar and Phyllis
Berliner (maiden name), both born in New York state. Carol's parents
were Harold Strong, born in California, and Verda Jones (maiden
name), born in Colorado. The marriage was witnessed by Chee Leung
of 1485 1/4 Scott Avenue in Los Angeles, and Lois Kurz of 15210
Sherman Way, #52, in Van Nuys. The marriage was conducted by Rabbi
Bernard M. Cohen of 23300 Aetna Street in Woodland Hills, Calif.
(Certificate # 1980 O-025327) (10)
- "Probably 1982": Date of claimed Masters
Degree from MIT. (14)
At Rachel-93, RL was asked for the year of his graduation from
MIT and if he got a Ph.D. He replied, "No, it was a Master's
degree. The year. What was the year of graduation? Probably eighty
two because I think I left there and went to Los Alamos."
Glenn Campbell checked the following sources at the Institute
Archives at MIT (See reference 14): Student directories between
1978 and 1990, Faculty/Staff phone directories between 1978 and
1990, MIT Degree List between 1979 and 1980, and the 1989 MIT
Alumni/ae Register. There was no listing of RL in any of these
documents. (16) Stanton Friedman has also checked with the MIT
Registrar's office and the Alumni office and has found no evidence
of attendance. Friedman reports RL is not on the 1982 commencement
- 1982: Listing in Los Alamos National Laboratory
phone book, located by George Knapp. (8)
Stanton Friedman states: "The phone book is not just from
LANL but LANL, The Department of Energy, Kirk Meier (spelling
uncertain) and others. The listing after Bob's name clearly shows
K/M which means Kirk Meier and proves he did NOT work for LANL,
but for a subcontractor. This seems appropriate since the Meson
Facility mentioned in the Monitor article is a user facility with
teams coming from all over to set up their equipment for experiments
at the accelerators. As many as 1000 people per year can go through
there. They work at the Lab, NOT for the Lab. They do get listed
in the phone directory. He apparently was a technician."
Strangely, the bankruptcy file (13) in 1986 does not show employment
at LANL or Kirk-Mayer (correct spelling), only that of a self-employed
- May 1982: According to the Los Alamos "Monitor",
RL and Carol moved to Los Alamos from California. From the
dates and addresses listed in the bankruptcy papers, it appears
they settled in a rented duplex at 3964-B Sycamore and at some
later date opened a photo processing business at 941-A 18th Street.
- June 27, 1982: Los Alamos "Monitor" article
appeared about RL and his Honda jet car. (3)
The article, which appeared on the front page, identifies RL as
"..a physicist at the Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility."
There are a total of four photos of what appear to be a Honda
Civic hatchback (California license plate "JETUBET")
with air scoops on the top and sides, and a jet nozzle protruding
from the rear where the license plate would normally go. The article
says the engine, composed of stainless steel and titanium, runs
for 30 to 60 seconds on liquid propane with a kerosene afterburner
producing 800 pounds of thrust. Oddly, "The jet cannot get
the car going from a dead stop..." and must be driven in
the normal manner up to about 90 mph. There is no compressor and
RL claimed it was "..the most efficient jet engine available.
A standard jet uses six pounds of fuel for every pound of thrust;
Lazar said he uses 1.3 pounds of fuel for a pound of thrust."
RL stated the car had been driven over 200 mph on a dry lake near
The article states the car "...attracts a lot of attention
for the Lazars, who moved to Los Alamos about a month ago from
California." From the article's descriptions of the Lazars'
experiences in California, it appears they had been there for
some time before coming to Los Alamos.
- June 28, 1982: Dr. Edward Teller gives a lecture
at Los Alamos and RL claims to have met him prior to the talk
as Teller was reading the previous day's story about RL and his
jet car. (1) (3)
The Los Alamos "Monitor" of June 29, 1982 reported on
its front page that Teller spoke at length against the nuclear
freeze movement in this country. The article also said the auditorium
at LANL was packed.
- 1984: The bankruptcy papers show RL borrowed $4,000
from his mother (Phyllis S. Lazar) and, at the time of the
bankruptcy filing, had repaid only $500. (13)
- 1985: Per the April 1994 issue of Omni magazine, "...while
on vacation in Nevada, he (RL) wound up buying into a legal Reno
brothel; the investment proved so profitable that he didn't have
to return to full time employment for a while". Per Good,
it was owned by RL and Carol, and called the "Honeysuckle
Ranch" in northern Nevada. In the bankruptcy papers filed
in 1986, no mention is made of any ownership of income from a
- 1985: According to the bankruptcy papers, RL purchased
a 1984 Corvette for $19,000. Repaid only $550. It was repossessed
in 1986 prior to the bankruptcy filing. (13)
- 1985: RL borrowed $15,000 from father (Albert
M. Lazar), and had repaid only $1,000 by the time of the bankruptcy
- 1985: According to the bankruptcy papers, RL borrowed
a total of $60,000 from Los Alamos National Bank, secured by a
$7,900 1984 Honda. Repaid only $1,300 by the time of the bankruptcy
- March 22, 1985: RL borrowed at least $12,000 from
the Bank of Los Alamos for retrofit kits to the film printer(s)
at his photo processing business and 300 rolls of 35mm film. Repaid
only $300 by the time of the bankruptcy filing and the equipment
was repossessed at some time prior to the filing. (13)
- May 7, 1985: According to the bankruptcy papers,
RL and Carol borrowed $5,000 via a "3 Minute Loan"
from Security Pacific Finance Corp. of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- June 13, 1985: RL and Carol purchased a new home
at 1933 Ann Greta Street in Las Vegas from R.A. Homes of Nevada
(OR 2129:2088021). From the bankruptcy file and other documents,
it appears Carol took up primary residence there and RL remained
in Los Alamos. (11)
- 1986: Purchased 1985 Honda CRX for $9,000. Repaid
only $300 by the time of the bankruptcy filing and was repossessed
sometime in 1986, prior to the filing. (13)
- March 26, 1986: RL borrowed $2,000 from John Horne
of Los Alamos for down payment on a jet car. As of March 2, 1987,
the debt had not been repaid, according to the bankruptcy file.
- April 19, 1986: RL married Tracy Anne Murk at the
"We've Only Just Begun" Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas.
At the time, RL was apparently still married to Carol. No divorce
proceedings were on file with the Clark County Clerk's office,
and Carol's published obituaries and death certificate identified
RL as her husband at the time. The minister at the wedding was
William Sharp and the recorded marriage certificate was mailed
to 1073 Cheyenne, Los Alamos. (OR 0765:0400067) (11)
- April 21, 1986: Carol died in Las Vegas. (4)
Carol Lazar's death certificate (# 001423-86) is on file with
the Clark County Health District, 625 Shadow Lane, Las Vegas,
(702) 383-1223. The district will not release copies of certificates
except to family members or in a few other special instances.
However, the certificates are available for inspection by those
with "legitimate interests". This would include journalists
According to data on the certificate, the death was ruled a suicide
and the cause was carbon monoxide poisoning. The method was given
as "Inhalation of motor vehicle exhaust". It occurred
at 1933 Ann Greta. The case was referred to the Coroner, but no
autopsy was performed.
Quoting the obituary in the Las Vegas Review- Journal, April 23,
1986, Page 2B: "Carol Lazar died Monday. She was a two-year
resident of Las Vegas and was a self-employed film processor in
the photography industry. She is survived by her husband Robert
of Las Vegas. Private services and burial were handled by Davis
- April 1986: Per statements in the bankruptcy file,
RL left Los Alamos and moved to Las Vegas. The addresses
listed in those papers indicate he moved to the Ann Greta house.
- July 21, 1986: RL voluntarily filed for a Chapter
7 (which is a liquidation) bankruptcy in Las Vegas citing
"loss of business" and "death of spouse" as
reasons.(Case BK 86-01623). (13)
In the file, under penalty of perjury, RL stated his occupation
was a Photo Processor, that he was self employed at his residence,
and had been so for 6 years. There was no mention of employment
at LANL. When asked if he had been in a partnership with anyone
or engaged in any business within the preceding 6 years, RL stated
"No'. Within the preceding 2 years, RL stated the amount
of income he received from his trade was "Unknown",
that he had received no other income from other sources and had
not filed tax returns for the period.
RL stated that his records for the two years prior to July 1986,
along with $15,000, had vanished with his accountant, Scott R.
Maxwell of Santa Fe, who moved and left no forwarding address.
RL said a police report on the incident was filed in Los Alamos.
RL also stated no other person was holding anything of value in
which he had an interest. There was no mention anywhere in the
documents of ownership, either part or full, of a brothel.
RL listed his monthly expenses for mortgage, utilities, food,
car payments, etc., as totaling $2,360. He listed another monthly
debt of $13,150, and although required to specify what it was,
did not. Thus his total monthly expenses were given as $15,510.
- Oct. 12, 1986: RL married Tracy for a second time,
but this time, for reasons unknown, Tracy used the name of Jackie
Dianne Evans. Wedding was at the "Chapel of Love" in
Las Vegas by Minister James B. Terrell (OR 0773:0431981). The
recorded marriage certificate was sent to the Ann Greta address.
- March 19, 1987: Bankruptcy final decree was issued.
Final accounting showed $173,250 in assets (home and photo equipment),
and $270,324 in debts. (13)
- 1988: RL met John Lear, precise date unknown.
- March 16, 1988: A "Notice of Default"
was issued for the Ann Greta house for failing to make payments
from 7-1-87 and thereafter. The trustee of the loan declared it
due and if not paid immediately, would be foreclosed on. (OR 880316:00333)(11)
- March 22, 1988: Tracy/Jackie purchased a home
on LXXXXX Street in Las Vegas under the name "Jackie Evans".
The home was purchased from Michael and Carolyn Tutay by "Jackie
Evans, a married woman as her sole and separate property".
Concurrently, RL quitclaimed any interests in this house to her
( OR 880322:124 thru 127). ( A quitclaim is a document transferring
whatever rights or interests a property owner may have, if any,
to another without any guarantee or warranty of title.) (11)
- August 4, 1988: The Ann Greta house was sold at
auction by the trustee for $97,400 (OR 880912:262). (11)
- December 1988: RL began claimed work period at S-4.
According to Good, RL "..would be called by phone and told
when to go to McCarran Airport, where a Boeing 737 (probably a
737-200 belonging to EG&G) would fly him and others to Groom
Lake. From there, after waiting briefly in a cafeteria, a bus
with blocked out windows drove the remainder of the journey along
a dirt road to an area estimated to be ten to fifteen miles south
of Groom Lake, adjacent to Papoose Lake."
- March 1989: According to Good's account, RL began
initial interviews with George Knapp. (1)
Per the Lindemann interview, they were done for "safekeeping"
(2). Curiously, in a radio interview with Chuck Harder on the
"For The People" show on November 17, 1989, George Knapp
stated John Lear didn't introduce him to RL until May, 1989.
- March 22, 1989: First Wednesday night trip to Tikaboo
Valley to view test. Observers were RL, Tracy Lazar, Gene
Huff and John Lear, using Lear's RV. Lear was the only one who
saw the elliptical shaped light through a telescope and the total
sighting lasted about 7 minutes. (1)
- March 29, 1989: Second Wednesday night trip to view
test. Observers were RL, Tracy Lazar, Gene Huff and Jim Taliani.
They took a videotape of a moving light with a time of 8:30 PM
shown on the tape. (1) (2) (9)
- April 5, 1989: Third Wednesday night trip to view
test. Observers were RL, Tracy Lazar, her sister, Gene Huff
and John Lear. They were discovered by guards and detained and
questioned by the Lincoln County Sheriff. (1) (14)
- April 7, 1989: RL's last "work day". Debriefed
at Indian Springs Airfield. (1)
RL says he was ordered to report to Indian Springs where he was
interrogated about the previous night's activities. In Good's
book RL says "I was never officially fired and my clearance
was never officially taken away", but that he refused to
go back for fear of his safety. In Lindemann's book RL says "I
didn't actually leave, they denied my clearance." The reason
given for the clearance revocation was the instability of RL's
marriage to Tracy, who RL claims was having an affair with her
flight instructor. (14)
- May 1989: According to sworn statements in the divorce
records, RL separated from Tracy/Jackie. (12)
- May 1989: RL's first interviews with George Knapp
were broadcast on Las Vegas' KLAS-TV, in silhouette, using the
- Nov. 10, 1989: KLAS-TV, which earlier in the week
began a series of reports by George Knapp on UFOs, identified
and interviewed RL
- Nov. 21, 1989: RL and Gene Huff were guests on the
"Billy Goodman Happening" radio show on KVEG 840 AM.
- Nov. 25, 1989: "UFOs: The Best Evidence"
a 2 hour compilation of previous reports, is shown on KLAS-TV.
- Dec. 9, 1989: RL appeared on "On The Record",
hosted by George Knapp, on KLAS-TV.
- Dec. 20, 1989: RL was a guest on the "Billy
Goodman Happening" radio show on KVEG 840 AM.
- April 1990: RL was arrested in Las Vegas for pandering.
- June 18, 1990: RL plead guilty to a felony charge
of pandering in District Court. (6)
According to the LV "Sun", "The guilty plea was
part of a plea bargain in which the district attorney's office
agreed not to pursue additional prostitution- related charges."
The story in the LV "Review-Journal" said RL met prostitute
Toni Bulloch as a customer and helped her set up her business
in the Newport Cove apartments on Tamarus Street. The story also
stated, "The records show that Lazar later helped Bulloch
in setting up the business, that he did indeed keep computer records
of customers, and that he also took at least a 50 percent share
of her fees. Lazar was also interested in recruiting other women
into the operation, the records state."
- July 25, 1990: RL is divorced from Tracy/Jackie
(Case D 130180). (12)
According to the proceedings of the case, RL received the house
on LXXXXX Street and any equipment and/or revenue from his businesses
known as "Jet Processing", "United Nuclear"
and "Red Light Racing". Tracy/Jackie received a pickup
truck and various furniture and audio-video items. The proceedings
also identified both marriages (i.e., first as Tracy and again
as Jackie) and directed that Tracy/Jackie would retain the name
- August 20, 1990: As a result of his pandering conviction,
RL was sentenced to 6 months probation, 150 hours of community
service, ordered to undergo psychotherapy and to stay away from
The article in the LV "Review-Journal" said that although
"state parole and probation authorities had recommended a
four month prison evaluation of Lazar", the prosecutor, John
Lukens, said that the circumstances of the case were such that
"Metro vice and the DA have no opposition to probation."
The article also said the court received letters supporting RL
from George Knapp and Representative James Bilbray, D-Nevada.
- Sept. 13, 1990: "Jackie Evans Lazar"
quitclaims house on LXXXXX Street to RL, thus transferring ownership
to him. (OR 900913:00477) (11)
- Dec. 12, 1990: The IRS places a $4,897 lien on RL
for taxes (OR 901213:608). (11)
- May 1, 1993: RL speaks at the "Ultimate UFO
Seminar" held at the Little A-Le-Inn in Rachel, Nevada.
- June 11, 1993: "Daily Variety", an entertainment
industry newspaper reports "New Line Nabs Pic Based on Gov't
UFO Scientist". Excerpts from the story:
"The life story of former U.S. government scientist Bob Lazar
that was recently put into turnaround by Gruber-Peters Prods.
has been put on an earthly fast track by New Line Cinema for director
Chuck Russell, according to Michael De Luca, New Line's exec veepee/CEO."
"New Line finalized the deal for the untitled film on Wednesday
after Lazar considered competing offers from producer Steve Tisch,
Simpson-Bruckheimer Prods. and actor Steven Seagal, De Luca said."
"De Luca said the pic will have an $8 million to $10 million
budget and will shoot in fall or early `94 with a `94 release."
In the above "OR" means Official Record of the County
The dates shown reflect the precision with which they are known.
Precise dates are used whenever possible.
Per Lindemann in "UFOs and The Alien Presence, 6 Viewpoints",
RL has been granted patents. Areas unknown. In a personal discussion
with Lindemann, I asked about the patent comment, but Lindemann
was unable to recall even making the statement in his book.
Per Timothy Good, RL worked at S-4 only 6 or 7 days between December
1988 and April 1989. Per RL at Rachel-93, he flew in between 4
and 5 PM, and left by 11 PM. Therefore, his total employed hours
at S-4 must be 49 hours or less, or just over the equivalent of
one week's work.
Document Sources And Availability
(1) "Alien Contact" by Timothy Good, published by William
Morrow and Co., 1993 (AKA "Alien Liaison")
(2) "UFOs and The Alien Presence, 6 Viewpoints" by Michael
Lindemann, 1991. Published by the 2020 Group, 3463 State Street,
Box 264, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
(3) Los Alamos Monitor, June 27, 1982, page A1, "LA Man Joins
the Jet Set - at 200 Miles an Hour". This document is only
available for on-site inspection and copying at the offices of
the Monitor, 256 DP Road, Los Alamos, NM 87544. (505) 662-4185.
This story has been transcribed and placed on the Internet.
(4) Las Vegas Sun, April 23, 1986, Page 8B, "Obituaries".
Available on microfilm at the offices of the Sun or numerous libraries.
(5) Las Vegas Review-Journal, April 23, 1986, Page 2B, "Deaths".
Available on microfilm at the offices of the R- J or numerous
(6) Las Vegas Review-Journal, June 19, 1990, Page 8B, "Source
in Channel 8's UFO series pleads guilty to pandering charge".
Available on microfilm at the offices of the R-J or numerous libraries.
(7) Las Vegas Review-Journal, August 21, 1990, Page 2C, "Judge
gives UFO `witness' Lazar probation on pandering charge".
Available on microfilm at the offices of the R- J or numerous
(8) "UFO's, The Best Evidence", video by George Knapp.
Available from "Video Dave" at the UFO Audio-Video Clearing
House, PO Box 342, Yucaipa, CA 92399, (909) 795- 3361. Call for
details and prices.
(9) "The Lazar Tape", video by Tri-Dot Productions,
1324 S. Eastern, Las Vegas, NV 89104. This tape had been available
at a price of $29.95 + $3.50 S&H. A newer, slightly more expensive
version with enhanced production values is the final stages.
(10) Public records, Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder/Clerk's
office., 12400 E. Imperial Highway, Norwalk, CA. (Marriage certificates
are $13 each,: 310 462-2137) (Real estate documents are $2 for
the 1st page and $0.50 for each page thereafter: 310 462- 2133)
(11) Public records, Clark County Recorder's office, 309 S. 3rd
Street, (or PO Box 551510) Las Vegas, NV 89155- 1510. (702) 455-4336.
Cost for Official Records is $1.00 per page. Certified marriage
certificates are $7.00.
(12) Public records, Clark County Clerk's office, 200 S. 3rd Street
(or PO Box 551601) Las Vegas, NV 89155- 1601.(702) 455-4411. Cost
varies per document. Call.
(13) Public records, Case BK 86-01623, US Federal Bankruptcy Court,
Las Vegas.(702) 388-6257. Cost for bankruptcy papers is a $25.00
retrieval fee and about $8.00 for copying the roughly 120 pages
(14) Public question and answer session by RL on May 1, 1993 at
Rachel, Nevada. "Bob Lazar at The Ultimate UFO Seminar"
transcript available from Glenn Campbell, HCR Box 38, Rachel,
NV 89001. Cost is $8.00 plus $2.00 postage (Overseas airmail is
(15) Personal correspondence with Stanton Friedman, dated June
27, 1994. Quoted with permission.
(16) Documentation of Glenn Campbell's search for RL's records
and instructor at MIT is available from him at HCR Box 38, Rachel,
NV 89001. Include $1.00 for copying and postage (This info is
included as part of reference 14).
Text by firstname.lastname@example.org. June 1994 and October 1995
Html taken from Psychospy@aol.com Rachel, Nevada. 3/12/95 and
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