While searching through the Library of Congress Archives in Washington D.C., Corbell found a unique and rare interview with American Artist J. Howard Miller (1918-2004), the famous creator of the "We Can Do It!" image.
In early 1942, the Westinghouse Corp. commissioned Miller to produce several morale-boosting posters to be displayed inside its buildings. The project was funded by the government as a way to motivate workers. Miller created the feminist war industry icon that helped motivate a nation.
J. Howard Miller was also, a UFO experiencer. Hear what he had to say in this rare and candid audio interview.
"It was [like] complete daylight ... just like the Sun was shining ... that was about 1966 I believe ... if there is such a thing as a UFO, that's what that was ... when it went out, everything was dark again." - J. Howard Miller