The Wisconsin Institute for Extraterrestrial Studies was founded it 1947 as a direct result of the increased awareness of the possibility of Extraterrestrial Life. Throughout the years many advancements in the field of ET studies have been made at the institute.
Dr. Wendal Tittlebaum joined the Wisconsin Institute for Extraterrestrial Studies in 1968. Dr. Tittlebaum is widely acclaimed for his work in the field of Extraterrestrial Studies. His contributions towards public awareness of Extraterrestrial Life have been monumental.
"... Do I believe that there are Aliens among us? It's is not so much important what I believe but what you believe. But let me say this; 1947, Rosewell, a weather balloon? I don't think so. And what about these TV X-Files? You can't make this stuff up, it's got to be real..." Dr. Wendal Tittlebaum, 1997.
View Dr. Tittlebaum's statement on YouTube (converted from the original black & white video)
In 1996 KABS released an ET detection system called AlienDetector. The response to this software was overwhelming. KABS knew that they were on to something and in early 1997 contacted Dr. Wendal Tittlebaum regarding an enhanced version of this ET detection software. KABS and the Wisconsin Institute for Extraterrestrial Studies spent an untold amount of resources and tax payers dollars to bring together the finest team of programmers, analysists and engineers. Under the guidance of Dr. Tittlebaum the months of painstaking work have culminated in AlienDetector Pro... The most advanced system for the detection of ET's and repressed abductee experiences.
AlienDetector and AlienDetector Pro are available free of charge. Both programs require Windows 95 and a sound card.
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