Clark C. McClelland’s Stargate Chronicles on Far Out Radio


Clark C. McClelland of  Stargate Chronicles Interviewed here on Far Out Radio.

by Scott Teeters

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stargate book fbFormer NASA  Spacecraft operator, Clark C. McClelland is interviewed by Far Out Radio Host, Scott Teeters  covering  a few hightlights of chapter one of McClelland's book, “Stargate Chronicles.”

Having grown up in the ‘60s, there was nothing more “out of this world” than the Space program. After all, human beings have been looking up at the Moon for eons with wonder. For the longest time, those that pondered “going to the Moon” were considered foolish, crazy, or mentally ill. You know – lunatics. The excitement of living in a time when we would actually “go to the Moon” was like the dream of mankind come true. It was truly bigger than life. The astronauts were the modern day advanced explorers and those that made it all happen at Cape Canaveral and later The Kennedy Space Center were the “smartest of the smartest” of our time.

“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things. Not because they are easy, but because they are hard.” – John F. Kennedy, September 12, 1962

5-STS-1-TNAfter landing on the Moon on July 20, 1969, we went back five more times and with each successive visit the public was less and less interested because there were more Earthly things to be concerned about.


And by the time the Apollo program was cancelled only science people and NASA employees were disappointed. The announcement of the Space Shuttle sparked some excitement that quickly got stale in the public’s perception because all the Shuttle did was go up and round and round. We didn’t go anywhere!

Then there was that terrible day on January 28, 1986 when the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded and broke our hearts. Many people began asking what was the point, why are we doing this, and how did this happen? Up to this time, NASA had a squeaky clean public image. But as the NASA press conferences became more and more obtuse with non-answer answers, people began to say that what “NASA” really stands for is, “Never A Straight Answer.”

Obviously, all was not well inside NASA and the lid was pretty tight on what was really going on. Clark McClelland worked for NASA from 1958 to 1992 and saw and worked on 679 rocket and space craft launches. In his 34 years of service, Clark worked with men who walked on the Moon, Wernher Von Braun, and other German rocket scientists. He was there for the Gemini, Apollo, SkyLab, Space Shuttle, and Space Station programs. And he was friends with many of the Space Shuttle crewmen and women.

Along the way, Clark was also studying the UFO issue. And why wouldn’t he? Clark had the opportunity to see things that the rest of us weren’t supposed to see and aren’t allowed to know about. Clark McClelland's book, “Stargate Chronicles” is the story of his career. It’s NASA from the inside, with the weird stuff that we aren’t allowed to know about.

2-Jackie_GleasonWe  review the material inchapter one of The Stargate Chronicles. The first chapter is about Clark’s meeting with the legendary comedian, Jackie Gleason. “The Great One” was more than just a funny man, he was a serious UFO researcher and shared with Clark the night that Gleason’s friend, President Nixon took him to Homestead Air Force Base to see the dead ET bodies!

How often do you get to hear a high-level Space Program insider with 34 years experience tell his story? Try, “NEVER!” The first 10 chapters of Clark McClelland’s book, “Stargate Chronicles” is only available as an eBook and is available HERE.  via

Chapters 11 to 14 are available HERE.


Unique Clark McClelland Memorabilia


Clark McClelland has some very unusual NASA items for sale on his website. This one is pretty neat! A framed 5” x 7” color photo taken on the Moon of Apollo 15 Astronaut James B. Irwin standing in front of the Lunar Module, saluting the American flag.

Affixed to the photo is a 1/4” x 1/4” piece of the actual Kapton gold foil that wrapped the landing gear of the craft. Astronaut Irwin brought back a piece of the foil (with permission from NASA) and gave a piece to Clark. Now, a piece of the foil that went to the Moon and back can be yours!

For details of this and other unique items, CLICK HERE.

To read the complete text of President Kennedy’s Moon Speech at Rice Stadium, CLICK HERE.

JFK's Moon Speech on Video:

Here’s what the Moon landing looked like in millions of living rooms across America:

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Scott Teeters is an avid fan of unusual and alternative news stories you will not hear on mainstream media. He is an author, radio host, blogger, website designer and developer. Check out his radio interviews and other blog posts right here on You may republish this article in full. Just make sure you list this paragraph and provide a link.

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