On June 4, NASA scientist Tiffany Moisan, who worked at the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, went missing. She was found dead the following day, Sunday, in a wooded area behind Food Lion. According to police, there were no apparent signs of foul play. This has led to some out of this world speculation as to what happened to the NASA scientist.
Police in Princess Anne, MD, where Moisan’s body was found, said that her vehicle was found in the parking lot of the supermarket. Her body was sent to Baltimore to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, according to CBS News. The investigation is staying open until the autopsy results are released.
Moisan was an oceanographer for NASA. Some people are questioning why the space agency has an oceanographer, and that has led to other speculation. The disappearance and death of Moisan, combined with being an oceanographer for the government’s space program is being looked at by Clapway in another way.
According to a recent article, some believe that she was getting too close to government secrets and others are pointing the finger at alien abduction. They question why a space organization is focusing so much on the oceans. NASA is involved in the study of global warming, and Moisan was deep in her research.
The question has arisen about the scientist potentially stumbling onto something in her research that she should not have. They say that killing her off would not be that far-fetched an idea, and they would likely not hear anything more than what is released in the autopsy. However, if she had not stumbled onto some conspiracy, information she was not meant to see, could aliens be involved?
A popular theory is that aliens come to and leave the planet through portals that appear in Earth’s oceans. If this theory is taken into account, then the question has been raised that Moisan may have uncovered something that led to her disappearance, or maybe she was in the wrong place at the wrong time. This theory is questionable due to the fact that it appears Moisan was taken from land and found on land, not in the ocean.
While the alien theory and the possibility of the government being behind Moisan’s death are highly unlikely, there is something else that has made people question the NASA scientist’s death. Another Wallops Flight Facility employee died a few days after Moisan’s body was discovered, according to ABC News. Justin Lewis, 26, a firefighter, was pronounced dead after his vehicle hit a tree. The cause of the deadly crash is currently under investigation.
The likelihood of alien abduction and government coverups are thin. The deaths of NASA’s Moisan and Lewis, so close to each other, is likely to be called a coincidence, and there is no need for any speculation into how they died until their autopsies come back from the medical examiner, and the police end their investigation. For more CDA News, follow our tweets on Twitter and like us on Facebook.
By Cletus Dillwood
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