PSN & SoFlo Radio are saddened to share the news that legendary aviator, longtime UFO researcher, John Lear, has passed away at the age of 79.
He was possibly best known as the son of famed Learjet inventor William Lear, having grown up surrounded by aircraft and pilots. In 1966, at the age of 23, Lear was the lead aviator on a record-breaking flight around the world. For a short period, Lear also flew missions for the CIA’s infamous “Air America” operation during the Vietnam War. He was licensed to pilot almost anything that flew and achieved thousands of hours as pilot-in-command. Moreover, he was the former CIA pilot and known for his UFO conspiracy ideas and Lear has also reported to have flown secret missions for the CIA which is between 1967 and 1983.
According him, John has estimated a population of 250 million humanoid aliens live on the moon.
RIP to the Legend John Lear. pic.twitter.com/c5H4iqcfbo
— Ryan McMullin (@RyanMcMullin7) March 31, 2022