Bob Lazar Bio

Bob Lazar is also known as Robert Scott Lazar. He is an American businessman and UFO hoaxer who claimed to have worked on reverse engineering extraterrestrial technology at a site called S-4 near the Area 51 Groom Lake operating location.

Lazar said that the UFOs use gravity wave propulsion and are powered by the then unsynthesized element 115. He claimed to have read US government briefing documents that describe alien involvement in human affairs over the past 10,000 years. Lazar’s claims resulted in bringing the secret Area 51 site to the attention of the public.

Lazar remains a polarizing figure in the Ufology community, drawing a great deal of support for his claims but also much skepticism and accusations of fraud. Universities from which Lazar claimed to hold degrees show no record of him.

He currently owns and runs a scientific supply company. In 1990 Lazar was convicted of a felony for installing surveillance equipment at a brothel.

Bob Lazar Age

Bob Lazar was born on January 26, 1959, in Coral Gables, Florida, US. As of 2019, He is 60 years old.

Bob Lazar Joy White

Once Joy White saw out of her bedroom window a man running toward her door with an M16. Her husband Bob Lazar, was already outside, awakened by their barking dogs. Suddenly police officers and men in camouflage swarmed up the path, hoisting a battering ram.

“Come out with your hands up immediately, Miss White!” one of them yelled through a megaphone, while another handcuffed the physicist in his underwear. Recalling that June morning in 2003, Lazar says, “If they were expecting to find Osama bin Laden, they brought along enough guys.”

The target of this operation, which comprised more than two dozen police officers and federal agents, was not an international terrorist ring but the couple’s home business, United Nuclear Scientific Supplies, a mail-order outfit that serves amateur scientists, students, teachers, and law enforcement professionals.

Bob Lazar Pictures

Lazar and White sold elements like sodium and mercury, radioactive minerals, and geeky curiosities like aerogel, an ultralightweight foam developed by NASA to capture comet dust. The Department of Homeland Security buys the company’s powerful infrared flashlights by the case; the Mythbusters guys on the Discovery Channel recently picked up 10 superstrong neodymium magnets.

These come with the sobering caveat: “Beware – you must think ahead when moving these magnets … Loose metallic objects and other magnets may become airborne and fly considerable distances.” Fire departments in Nevada and California send for United Nuclear’s Geiger counters and uranium ore to train hazmat crews.

A former employee of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the 47-year-old Lazar radiates a boyish enthusiasm for science and gadgets. White, 50, is a trim licensed aesthetician who does herbal facials for local housewives while helping her husband run the company.

When the officers determined that Lazar and White posed no physical threat, they freed the couple from their handcuffs and produced a search warrant. United Nuclear’s computers and business records were carted off in a van.

Bob Lazar Documentary

Area 51 & Flying Saucers is a 2018 feature-length documentary by Bob Lazar. It focuses on Lazar’s claims that he reverse-engineered alien spacecraft for the United States military at a secret base near Area 51 called S-4. The documentary was made with Jeremy Corbell.

Former government physicist Bob Lazar made headlines world-wide in 1989 when he came forward with his account of reverse-engineering an alien spacecraft for the US military. The reason the public even knows the name Area 51 is because Lazar came forward about the work he did at the formerly secret military base.

His testimony remains the most controversial and important UFO story of all time. This film intimately chronicles the challenges and travails of a cosmic whistleblower. Burdened with a revolutionary secret, he had to choose between his oath to his country or his conscience.

Corbell’s film explores Lazar’s groundbreaking claims and the devastating impact it has had on his life over the course of the last 30 years, including rare and never before revealed footage guaranteed to alter the landscape of the debate. He blew the whistle, shocked the world, then went silent.

Bob Lazar and Joe Rogan

Bob Lazar appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience this week where for over two hours he explained his experiences and answered questions about his claims. Lazar alleges that in the 1980s when he was in his 20s, he worked on a UFO for the U.S. government in S-4, a facility said to be 15 miles south of Area 51.

Nobody actually knows if Lazar is telling the truth or making this entire story up, but there is one thing that is true: the story he tells is fascinating and compelling, even if what he says is fact or fiction. Joe Rogan expressed that, “There have been very few podcasts that have freaked me out the way the recent one I did with Bob Lazar and Jeremy Corbell has.”

Rogan asked Bob Lazar when he was tipped off that this was not a “normal” job. “There’s this facility that is at S-4, it’s on the side of a mountain,” Lazar said. “Normally, we had pulled in on a bus and gone around the front through a normal double door.”

“This time that I went in, there were hangar doors open,” Bob revealed. “I went in through the hangar door. And in the hangar door was the disc, the flying saucer that I worked.”

“I saw it sitting there and we walked by it. It had a little American flag stuck on the side,” Lazar claims. “And I thought, ‘Oh my god, this finally explains all of the flying saucer stories, this is just an advanced fighter.’ This is f*cking hilarious.”

“I went by, I slid my hand alongside it, I got reprimanded immediately for touching the thing,” according to Lazar. “There was an armed guard that followed us in and said, ‘keep your eyes forward and your arms at your side and just walk in the door.’ That was the first time I had seen anything that was weird.”

“It was sometime later that I was introduced to my lab partner, Barry,” Bob said of his new co-worker. “And we had some of the subcomponents of the craft in the lab.”

“It was a demonstration of the reactor working where it caught my attention to where ‘this is a technology that doesn’t even exist.’ That was the first time that I knew this is really something different,” Lazar proclaims.

“This was a small reactor, a hemisphere, about the size of a basketball on a metal plate. When it was running it produced a gravitation field. A gravitational field of its own.”

“Now this is something we can’t do. We can’t produce any gravity,” Lazar declared. “The only way we get gravity is from large quantities of mass. But there’s no machine we can have that turns on that makes gravity. We can’t make a gravitational field. Anyway, this device was producing that.”

“Barry said, almost like he was bragging, ‘Go ahead, try to touch the sphere.’” “I couldn’t, it pushed my hand away,” Lazar says. “There’s nothing that does that. That immediately got my attention.”

Bob Lazar then detailed what the mission of S-4 and his job function at the Area 51 facility. “This project was to back-engineer the alien craft, specifically was to try to duplicate the technology with available materials.”

“Now to do this, they split the project into many different pieces,” Bob Lazer said. “They do this in all classified projects so nobody has the complete story. We had the power and propulsion system. They had everything from metallurgy to weapon potential of the craft.”

Rogan asked how the spaceship turned on and Lazar replied: “The reactor could be turned on or turned off in a lot of different ways. The way Barry showed me, the hemisphere was removed, there was a small tower in the middle. When you put the hemisphere on the reactor, the reactor activates.”

“It’s a load-sensing. So if there’s no load on the reactor at all it shuts down,” he said. “When there’s a load present on it, it starts up again.”

“There’s no wiring that connects any of the subcomponents together whatsoever,” Lazar says of the alien equipment. “They just have to be in the immediate vicinity. The stuff is borderline magic.”

Bob Lazer says that he was replacing someone who was rumored to have died. “I was replacing somebody that Barry worked with prior to me. And I think there was some horrific accident that I didn’t have a whole lot of information on. But Barry alluded to. Where somebody died. I think they were trying to cut into one (reactor).”

Lazar alleges that there was not just one UFO at S-4 but in fact nine different aircraft. “They had nine craft altogether. I only got hands-on with one of them.”

“At one time, and only one time, the bay doors between the hangars were all the way open,” Bob said. “They were all different.” He added the aircraft were from “someplace else” and they all had different shapes. One was shaped like a “Jello mold” and another looked like a flat disc-like a straw hat. It had physical damage on the side like it was shot down.

At the time of his six months working at S-4, Lazar said he initially loved his experience. “We were beyond the cutting edge of science. I was so absolutely excited to be there every single time I was.”

Then Bob came to an epiphany that he could be in grave danger and things quickly changed. “However, in short order, it began to concern me, we really have no idea what we’re talking about.”

“The excitement kinda turned to dread at some point,” Bob said. “Because the amount of power we’re dealing with is astronomical. I mean to affect gravity, to produce the effects like this equipment does takes huge amounts of power.”

“And I’ve given the example before of taking a small portable nuclear reactor and putting back in Victorian times with the scientists of the time,” he said. “They come and look at it and see that it’s producing power, and wonder how it works so they start taking it apart. And as soon as they get some of the shieldings of the people are going to drop dead because of the radiation inside. People have no idea that radiation even exists back then.”

“There’s no reason that that exact scenario couldn’t happen with what we’re dealing with,” Lazar warned. “We have no idea how physics operate within this thing. The power levels are astronomical, it’s incredibly dangerous to tinker with something like that. In some respects, we were guinea pigs. Just trying to find out how to make this thing.”

According to government briefings, Bob Lazar said he was given the origins of the alien spacecraft. “There was some paperwork that indicated that this was from the Zeta Reticuli star system. Now, how they obtained that, I haven’t the slightest idea.”

“But it wasn’t just from the Zeta Reticuli star system, it was what they called ZR3. It was the third planet in that star system,” Bob alleges. “There was no other information about it, other than that’s supposedly where the craft came from. Now is that true? I don’t know, I have no way of verifying that. But that was printed in the same materials that referenced the reactor.”

“Zeta Reticuli is a binary star, two stars that orbit one another, and its only visible in the southern hemisphere and it’s about 30 some-odd light-years away.” Lazar and Rogan acknowledge that there might be some misinformation to help identify anyone who went public with their inside information.

Bob Lazar then explained what the spacecraft is fueled by. Bob Lazar claims that the UFO is fueled by the atomic element 115, which is stable and didn’t decay. When Lazar first came out with his story in the 1980s, nobody in the public knew about element 115.

Bob Lazer claims that element 115 creates gravity waves to propel the craft. “I guess you would say its anti-gravity,” Bob said that the reactor emitted no heat.

Bob Lazar Now

Today, Bob Lazar runs United Nuclear, a scientific supply company in Michigan, which he claims in the film was recently raided by the FBI under the pretense of trying to track the source of some toxic materials. The police response for a relatively routine investigation was huge, Lazar claims.

The entire office was filled with dozens of authorities from every conceivable branch of law enforcement, he says. The implication, Corbell’s film hints, is that the government was trying to spook Lazar back into silence.

Bob Lazar Net Worth

Robert H. Lazar is Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President – Finance of the Company. Mr. Lazar was appointed to serve as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer in May 2017 after joining the Company as its Chief Accounting Officer and Vice President of Finance in January 2017.

Mr. Lazar previously served as Chief Accounting Officer and Vice President of Finance for Steiner Leisure Limited, a provider of spa services and manufacturer and distributor of cosmetics, where he was employed since 2000.

Prior to joining Steiner Leisure Limited, Mr. Lazar worked in various capacities at Arthur Andersen LLP, including as Senior Manager from 1995 to 2000.

Bob Lazar, therefore, has a net worth of $100,000.

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