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We are excited — to announce our Speaker —
Greg Valdez, second son of the late Gabe Valdez, former New Mexico State Patrol officer in charge of the Dulce, New Mexico area for many years. The late Gabe Valdez was known throughout the world for his years of investigations into the mysterious cattle mutilations in the Dulce area.
Greg Valdez, also followed his father’s footsteps and became a New Mexico State Patrol officer. When Greg was much younger, he used to accompany his father, quite frequently riding with him in the patrol car. Greg has some amazing first hand accounts of what both he and his father had seen and experienced while they were both living in Dulce, New Mexico.
His presentation will be in the form of open forum questions and answers. So, please, get ready with all types of questions. Greg will be happy to answer any question that you may have. See you all there…
Meeting will take place at September 29th from 1:15 pm – 3:00 pm at Manzano Mesa
Norio Hayakawa will be conducting a FREE, guided one-day tour to Dulce, New Mexico on Saturday, May 12, 2012. The theme of my free, guided tour is: UFO CONSPIRACY TOUR OF DULCE, NEW MEXICO. I will be leading a car caravan for this guided tour. The entire information is posted on this YouTube post: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9AknF3k4dU
The car caravan will depart at 6:30 a.m. from the northwest-most corner of the parking lot of HOME DEPOT (located at the northeast corner of Hwy 550 and Sprint Blvd. in Rio Rancho). The caravan will proceed on Hwy 550 going towards Cuba. We will then go north on Hwy 537 (which will begin at the corner of Hwy 550 and Apache Nugget Casino). We will then go West on Hwy 64.
First stop: GROUND ZERO of the 1967 underground explosion (PROJECT GASBUGGY) that took place 22 miles SW of Dulce. We will be there for about an hour, from around 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. For those of you will may be going directly to Dulce, here are the directions to GROUND ZERO: http://www.atomictourist.com/gasbug.htm
From there, we will proceed to Dulce, going east on Hwy 64.
We will join with the other contingent of the trip (those who will meet us directly at Dulce) at the parking lot of Best Western Hotel in Dulce. The caravan will depart from the parking lot of Best Western Hotel at 11:30 a.m. We will take you to the famous Gomez grocery store on Hwy 64 and view the Gomez family’s last remaining ranch (where cattle mutilations took place in the 70s).
We will then proceed back to Dulce and take a left on Narrow Gage Rd.. We will make a right at J-2 dirt road, which is located at the foothills of the Archuleta Mesa.
the road that goes up to Mount Archuleta.
Seguro Canyon Rd. (the road that goes up to Archuleta Mesa).
We will not go up the Archuleta Mesa.
We will stop at the picnic area of Navajo River on J-2 road. This area was the scene of alleged bigfoot sightings years ago.
the bridge from where communication towers of Archuleta Mesa are clearly visible.
We will also go to the Dulce Rock area (where there have been many sightings of strange flying objects in the past).
We will also go to the Dulce Lake.
We will also go to the Dulce airport area (where there had been reports of strange hovering objects at the end of the runway in the past).
We will also visit the neighboring town of Lumberton from where we can see the Eastern Slopes of Archuleta Mesa. We will talk to some local residents who have some amazing sighting reports in that area.
We will then go back to Dulce and visit the parking lot of Dulce Elementary School (that has a rather enigmatic design of its circular driveway as seen from satellite photos). We will see the “arrow” on that driveway. We will also look at a snow-capped mountain located northeast of this sport – exactly 18 miles away from that spot.
At each of these stops, I will be giving explanations of the significance of each location. There will be much, much more to this interesting field trip. Please join us on May 12, 2012.
Check it out over at Norio Hayakawa’s Thoughts.
You can read about the October meeting of The NM UFO/Paranormal Forum here. Guest speaker Howard Ellason had some very interesting experiences when he lived in Dulce.
Also, the latest episode of Future Theater is now available for download, just click on listen to past shows and scroll to the bottom of the page. Bill and Nancy’s guest was Ken Storch who spoke about his investigations in and around Dulce. I only caught the last 30 minutes, but seemed like a great show and I plan on listening to all of it soon.
During the past several months, I have accorded some attention to several unexplained livestock attacks and cryptid sightings on the Dine Navajo lands in the Four Corners region…in particular, those areas in northwest New Mexico. Many of these attacks were, most likely, the result of Bigfoot-type hominids that are regularly seen in this area. Other attacks have a more bizarre angle, especially when the tracks of the perpetrator are of an unfamiliar genus and / or suddenly end in mid-stride as well as animal carcasses drained of blood and not fed upon.
The Archuleta Mesa area near Dulce, New Mexico has long been rumored to hold a joint government-alien biogenetic laboratory designed to carry out bizarre experiments on humans and animals. It has also been said that the lower levels of this underground system stretches between Dulce and Los Alamos some 90 miles to the south-east. Because of the proximity of these facilities to the Dine Navajo lands, is it possible that these attacks are of unknown experimental beings that have either escaped from the facility or have been released in order to be scientifically monitored?
It may seems to be a far-fetched hypothesis…unless, of course, you are the victim of the attacks and have no idea of what you’re dealing with. The following narratives may temper your resolve or offer some curiosity to the question.
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