Archive for June, 2009
IS THE TOWN OF DULCE, NEW MEXICO THE LOCATION OF AN UNDERGROUND BASE GUARDED BY U.S. FORCES AND INHABITED BY A GROUP OF SINISTER EXTRATERRESTRIALS?
It is an absolutely incredible story, says Timothy Green Beckley editor of the Conspiracy Journal. Since the mid to late 1970s there have been all sorts of rumors about an underground laboratory beneath the town of Dulce. . .The UFO Hunters show on the History Channel recently featured the entire saga of what has been taking place on Native American soil, and a few days later George Noory and Coast to Coast AM plunged head first trying to make sense out of the various accounts that have surfaced.
Beckley admits that it is difficult to pin point exactly when this macabre saga started to develop. But he gives credit to an engineer named Paul Bennewitz for getting the ball rolling when Bennewitz says he was called to the area when aliens started to communicate with him over a radio receiver. He had been directed to Dulce after observing UFOs over Kirkland Air Force Bases nuclear storage facility. Standing near the tall cliffs outside Dulce, Bennewitz took a series of photographs showing unidentified craft diving into the mountains through what he claimed were entrance ways that could be opened and closed.
One individual in the U.S. military who was involved in the early stages of this investigation claims he engaged in hand to hand combat with ETs who had taken over level seven of the Dulce Base after a conflict with our soldiers. Another person involved in this epic committed “suicide” — or was it murder? -shortly after the “Dulce affair” was made public.
Much has been speculated upon regarding this sinister matter. But this is the complete work that contains balanced information and details from all sides. First time ever interview with Paul Bennewitz who was pushed over the edge never to return to sanity.
Timothy Green Beckley and Christa Tilton, with Sean Casteel, Dr. Michael E. Salla, Bruce Walton and me, Lesley Gunter!
An Albuquerque teenager accused of breaking into a funeral home and assaulting a corpse pleaded guilty to burglary Friday morning.
Dominic Goodmoney was ordered to seek psychiatric treatment at the Sequoia residential treatment facility.
Goodmoney faced only the burglary charge because there is statute on the books protecting a corpse while it’s in a funeral home.
Last month, Goodmoney was ordered to stay in jail and undergo a mental health evaluation.
NAGEEZI — Last Wednesday, Marilyn Frank and her children traveled from their home in Aztec to land they own in Nageezi to check on their free-range horses.
But the ordinary day turned to horror for the family when it discovered one horse, affectionately named Sonny, dead, mutilated, its ears and reproductive organs missing and a trail of blood running through the nearby dirt and grass.
And it’s not the first time it’s happened.
“They even did that to my mom’s goats, too,” Marilyn’s son, Henderson Frank, said as he stood near the carcass Tuesday. Flies buzzed near the animal’s body, which has laid in the dust for nearly a week.
The Franks own dozens of goats, sheep and horses that they let roam the land they own near Chaco Cultural National Historical Park.
Several times a week, Marilyn visits the horses and checks on the family’s animals, which use a natural watering hole and grass in the area for food and water as they roam the land.
“We think about them as precious animals,” Henderson said. “We grieved about it too; we still are.”
The family called the Navajo Police in Crownpoint, who directed them to the Navajo Nation Animal Control in Window Rock, Ariz., but they have yet to receive a response.
And the lack of response from officials is leaving the Franks with unanswered questions.
“Who would do this thing to my horse?” Henderson said. “It’s just hurtful.”
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I actually saw this on the news last night. They haven’t posted the video yet, which is kind of weird because they normally post everything. Anyhow, I did NOT notice a trail of blood like this article describes. Maybe I missed it. I would like to see the video again.
My house has strange electrical occurences. I hadn’t written about them here yet, but I often have mentioned them at TDF.
This is the latest one — I have some guys over here working on the electricity, they have been running extra lines from the fuse box because for some reason we often overload and blow fuses. As one of them was running wire – that wasn’t connected to electricity – he got shocked. He took out his handy dandy electric thingie that beeps when you put it on a electrical wire and it was going off by touching something that wasn’t hooked to anything! So he came in and we went though the house, it seems to be mostly concentrated in the kitchen and only high in the wall, being that electricity travels downwards, this it very strange. The gauge even goes off on the glass of my window, which obviously has no electric wires going through it. The gauge actually has to be within about 1/2 an inch of the current to pick it up, so it isn’t picking up wires that are in the wall from the middle of the glass window.
I have no idea what to make of it and neither does he. Something fortean? I don’t know, but right now it is at the very least an unexplained mystery.
In the search for answers to questions about UFOs and alien spacecraft crashes, you sometimes run into strange information. Because Lincoln County, New Mexico was so large, much had happened there and as I was researching the Roswell UFO crash, I read the history of the county. One of the things that struck me was that the Brazel family had been part of that history some fifty or sixty years before anyone had heard of flying saucers or UFO crashes.In a couple of books, I learned that Wayne Brazel had killed Pat Garrett but on one seemed to know what happened to Brazel. He disappeared some time after the trial and one of those historians speculated that Brazel had gone to South America and been killed there in a fashion similar to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.Well, I was sitting there, in the cab of a pick up truck talking to a Brazel relative, so I asked the simple question and got a somewhat complex answer… Oh, not overly complex, mind you, but certainly not what I had been expecting.
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – The U.S. Justice Department is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by descendants of the Apache Geronimo, whose remains were purported to be stolen by members of a secret society at Yale University.The government filed the motion June 10 to oppose a lawsuit filed in February by 20 of Geronimo’s descendants, who want to rebury the warrior near his birthplace in southern New Mexico’s Gila Wilderness.
Geronimo died in 1909. The lawsuit alleges that Skull and Bones members took some of the remains in 1918 from a burial plot in Fort Sill, Okla., to keep in its New Haven clubhouse.
Both Presidents Bush, Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry and many others in government and industry positions are members of the society, which is unaffiliated with the university.
(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
Perfect timing because I was just talking about the Ruidoso Bigfoot with someone a couple weeks ago and wanting more info.
Traveling west leaving the sagebrush plains of Roswell and Chaves County behind you will find the serene forested towns of Lincoln County. Towns where Billy the Kid roamed and shot it out, Peter Hurd did his famous paintings, and Smokey the Bear famously survived a forest fire in Capitan.
One town especially sticks out in Lincoln County though, and that town is Ruidoso, New Mexico, a favorite spot for a quick getaway for many Roswellites. And, like Roswell’s Main Street full of little green men and flying saucers, the main street of Ruidoso is dotted with ornately carved wooden bears giving it a distinctly forest-like feel.
And interestingly, while Chaves County is alien territory, the mountains of Lincoln County and Ruidoso are ironically enough Bigfoot country.
Yes, New Mexico has Bigfoot too.
Continue reading John LeMay’s article here
and check out John’s book on Roswell here
UPHAM, N.M. (AP) – New Mexico’s spaceport is under construction.
Gov. Bill Richardson and other dignitaries staged a ceremonial groundbreaking Friday at the remote spaceport site in Sierra County. It featured re-enactors dressed as Spanish colonials and the lift off of model rockets.
The crowd cheered after Richardson gave the thumbs up sign and a road grader cut into desert floor.
Richardson said now is the time for the United States to regain the lead in the space race and that the project makes New Mexico an international leader in the development of the commercial space industry.
Spaceport America is a taxpayer-funded project where tourists will pay $200,000 to take suborbital flights into space. The site also performs rocket launches for science experiments.
(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
Yep, you won’t want to miss the June guest editorial and you will find it here.
It has been over 10 years since I was at the space museum, but when I was there I notice a strange thing that has stuck in my mind ever since. In one of the display cases was a crystal pyramid. It was just sitting there and seemingly had nothing to do with what was being displayed, no tag describing why it was there, just sitting there as decoration or for some unknown reason.
“Lost Souls” is a paranormal venture featuring Chris Fleming and the Southwest Ghost Hunters’ Association that has yet to air. I’ve searched high and low for a projected release date for this project (the pilot was filmed in 2006), but cannot locate any details. According to Chris’ bio page at Unknown Magazine, “Lost Souls” is on hiatus for the time being.
I’m looking forward to seeing a paranormal series focusing on locations in my part of the country, not to mention one that uses a combination of techniques (including psychic impressions backed up scientifically) to respectfully investigate ghostly phenomena. I’m so tired of seeing paranormal investigators utilize disrespectful tactics of provoking spirits and souls, but I’ll save that rant for another post.
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