Archive for the ‘Los Alamos’ Category
For those of you who missed Travis in Albuquerque a couple months ago – you have a second chance. Travis will be in Los Alamos on June 16th, from 1pm – 4pm at the Mesa Public Library. You can find out more here. I may be there, but I just realized it is the same day as our final NM UFO/Paranormal meeting for the summer so probably not.
San Ildefonso Pueblo tribal police are investigating the mutilated corpse of a cow found late Sunday evening.
Santa Fe County sheriff’s deputies were the first to respond to a call near El Rancho, according to Maj. Ken Johnson, before handing the investigation over to the pueblo.
“The cuts on the cow were inconsistent with an animal attack,” Johnson said. He would not comment more on the injuries the animal suffered.
Gov. Terry Aguilar of San Ildefonso Pueblo also wouldn’t comment on the investigation or the animal’s injuries. Aguilar said the carcass was found near the exterior boundaries of the pueblo, but he would not give a specific location.
Kirk B. (a BFRO investigator from Washington State) brought down his FLIR H-series handheld imager for the 2011 BFRO New Mexico expedition, at a remote hotspot in the mountains outside Los Alamos.
During the trip he recorded footage of what some BFRO members believe is a sasquatch watching the camp at night.
Watch the footage here
Hat tip to Sharon at The Bigfoot Field Reporter
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Those of you that are friends with Norio Hayakawa on facebook may already know that NM LOWFI has been receiving visits from Homeland Security, specifically to Norio’s post about a secret base more commonly known as Dulce.
Visits from Homeland Security to this site is nothing new, it is just that they seem to be zoning in on certain posts, which is interesting. It is the same at UFO Magazine Blog where I also posted one of Norio’s posts. Strangely they use Bing rather than Google. Not sure what that says about MS, but maybe Google isn’t as trusted. :-)
Some people take this to mean that Colonel X is absolutely telling the truth about the base. Myself, I think there is likely one of two things going on. Number 1 – the possibility that Colonel X is the real thing and telling a real story. Or, #2, Colonel X is spreading disinformation for the government and they are keeping an eye to see how quickly it spreads. Still, the explanation could be something entirely different.
Just a warning to people new to Ufology to not believe the first most obvious thing, which would be that the story is true. I am not saying it isn’t true, I don’t know, but keep your mind open to other possibilities as well because in my experience such things are never what they seem at first glance.
From Norio Hayakawa:
by Norio Hayakawa
Sepember 28, 2010
MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA — (Sept. 25, 2010)
Popular Internet radio broadcaster Jerry Pippinhttp://www.jerrypippin.com/ based in Muskogee, Oklahoma, stunned his worldwide audience on Saturday, September 25, 2010 when he featured researcher Anthony Sanchez who, for the first time ever, revealed to the public the official government/military name for the much-rumored, alleged underground installation in Dulce, New Mexico.
Sanchez disclosed the complete name of the installation as: “Rio Arriba Scientific & Technological Underground Auxiliary“.
He stated that this information came to him directly from a retired Air Force Colonel in January of 2010 when the Colonel invited him for an private interview in his cabin in California.
The interview lasted about three hours and was recorded on tape.
The official, abbreviated form of the Dulce installation is RIO ARRIBA CO, DSD-3 or RIO-AUX, Sanchez told the audience.
This military designation is not found anywhere on the Internet.Sanchez said that he was told that this designation is “classified” when he made an inquiry with the Military Records in St. Louis.
Another information that stunned Pippin’s audience was the revelation that there are three separate installations in Dulce.
The main underground installation is named TA-D1 and is located,surprisingly (and confirming the long-existing rumor), underArchuleta Mesa!!
The second underground installation (a two-level installation) is named TA-D2 and is located on a non-descript area between the Eastern slope of Archuleta Mesa and County Road 357, close to the Colorado stateline. The exact location of this Security installation will not be disclosed.
The third installation is called TA-D3 and is located in the Leandro Canyon (close to the Project Gasbuggy site of 1967), about 22 miles southwest of Dulce.
This installation is the farthest from the main complex, but is connected to the main facility by an underground tunnel system, stated Sanchez.
“In fact, all three facilities are interconnected by subterranean tunnels. The most astounding information that was disclosed to me was that the main facility under the Mesa is also connected to Los Alamos National Laboratories in Los Alamos, New Mexico”.
(A distance of about 65 miles).
In this stunning broadcast, Anthony Sanchez confirmed the Colonel’s statement that there is no record whatsoever of a Thomas Edwin Castello that was ever employed as security personnel in Dulce.
One interesting thing that the Colonel mentioned to Sanchez was that the Colonel and his wife were present incognito at the 2009 Dulce Base Conference which was held in Dulce, New Mexico. The conferece was held on Sunday, March 29, 2009 and drew about 130 people.
The Colonel confirmed to Sanchez that he and his wife were near a parking lot close to the Best Western Jicarilla Inn at 5:50 a.m. on the morning of the conference, sitting and drinking coffee when two military helicopters flew over the building.
One stayed around longer, hovering over the building.
The other circled the area, then scanned some vehicles, including theirs, before leaving.The Colonel confirmed that the helicopters were from DSD-3.
The Colonel also confirmed to Sanchez that there were two AFOSIinvestigators sitting there in the audience who he personally recognized.
In addition to them, there were several recogniable LANL scientists, he told Sanchez.
The Colonel stated that were it not for the late Paul Bennewitz and Myrna Hansen, the Dulce story would never have surfaced.
One documentary evidence item (DD-214 Record) to back up the claims of the Colonel was shown to some researchers by Anthony Sanchez http://www.ufohighway.com
at a press conference held on September 11, 2010 in Angel Fire, New Mexico.
View newspaper clipping here.
Saw my first UFO last night (this last morning), probably an Iridium satellite, at about 5 AM MDT, looking East from Santa Fe Forest, Forest Road 289 (just after Band.) at a cluster of stars that look like a comet to the naked eye, so I was checking with binoculars and BINGO on the “second” check (for some reason I looked again and while marveling off and on comet/cluster) a UFO crossed. Mostly no trail but some times had a one, so I’m think UFO. E-mailed to George Noory and Linda for tonight’s show on Coast To Coast. I was out making a quick camp fire since it was cold (built the prior evening, all I did was start it).
From UFO Stalker