John F. Gille, born Jean-François G. Gille in Paris, France in 1942 to Roger Gille and Denise (Lefêvre) Gille, was a Theoretical Physicist in 1974 at the University of Marseille.[1] Gille is mentioned in The Dulce Book (1996).

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Since 1968, Gille took an interest in UFO phenomena. He emigrated to the United States to pursue some of his UFO interests. In the 80's, he lived first in Houston, Texas, in 1980-82 and 1983-85. Then in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1988-89, where he came in contact with UFO researcher Jason Bishop.[1]

Gille had been researching Pine Gap—a joint US-Australian satellite surveillance base near Alice Springs, Northern Territory in the centre of Australia. It’s a massive multi-leveled facility that has been suspect of engaging in antigravity research,[2] much like the rumors of Area 51.

Meanwhile, in the United States in the late 80s, Jason Bishop had been researching the unconfirmed Dulce Base. Gille and Bishop exchanged information in October 1988, when Gille had visited Albuquerque, NM. There interaction is mentioned in The Dulce Book, chapter 2, 'RECOLLECTIONS AND IMPRESSIONS OF VISIT TO DULCE, NEW MEXICO - OCTOBER 23, 24, 1988'.

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