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Roswell, NM, April 18, 2011 –(PR.com)– Roswell, New Mexico author and historian John LeMay will appear on the Jeff Rense Program, a nationwide radio show, on Friday, April 22, 2011 at 10 p.m. Central time. LeMay will discuss his new book, “Roswell USA: Towns That Celebrate UFOs, Lake Monsters, Bigfoot, and Other Weirdness,” which has just been released by RoswellBooks.com. Also appearing on the show with LeMay will be UFO researcher Noe Torres, editor and publisher of LeMay’s new book.
A lifelong Roswell resident and author of several books about New Mexico history, LeMay takes a fresh new look at the Roswell Incident from an “insider’s perspective.” Having been born and raised in the Alien Capital of the World, LeMay’s childhood was filled with tales of flying saucers and alien autopsies, and he rubbed shoulders with several key Roswell eyewitnesses, including Robert Shirkey, who said he saw UFO debris being loaded onto a B-29 bomber at the Roswell Army Air Field in 1947.
In “Roswell USA,” LeMay presents a careful reconstruction of the famous UFO crash, including details that many readers may not have previously heard. He also provides a unique glimpse into what it’s like to live in the one place on Earth most closely associated with flying saucers and extraterrestrials. His analysis of the odd things that happen in Roswell, especially during its annual UFO festival, is priceless.
LeMay’s keen insight and marvelous sense of humor also focus on some of Roswell’s other, lesser-known mysteries, such as the “alien ghost” that haunts the New Mexico Rehabilitation Center. Written with an eye to historical accuracy, and perhaps an occasional wink of the eye, LeMay’s book also chronicles some of Roswell’s “other” mysteries, such as the “second” Roswell UFO Crash (in 1949); Bottomless Lakes where cars sink into the depths and monsters emerge to the surface; the Headless Horsewoman of Lover’s Lane, a Victorian Era Spook with an axe to grind against young lovers; and others.
Roswell is by no means the only town to use strange events and bizarre creatures to draw tourism dollars. Nor was it the first. In the second part of LeMay’s book, he takes us on a tour of other towns all over the U.S. that celebrate weirdness – such as Churubusco, Indiana, where a giant turtle sighting in 1948 has served the town well in tourism for the last 60 plus years, and Flatwoods, West Virginia, where a one-time alleged sighting of a strange alien monster has since resulted in the “Flatwood Monster Days” festival. Also, there is Lake Champlain, New York, which has since become America’s very own Loch Ness. Point Pleasant, West Virginia, celebrates Mothman Days and has its own Mothman Museum. Kelley, Kentucky, is the site where aliens from outer space laid siege to a farm house in 1955. And, many UFO enthusiasts visit a lonely country cemetery in Aurora, Texas, where lie the remains of an extraterrestrial, or so they believe, that crashed there in 1897.
“Roswell USA” is published by RoswellBooks.com, and is available in paperback for $14.95 from the author’s Web site at RoswellUSA.com. It is also available on Amazon.com and other major online retailers, and in the Roswell area, may be purchased at Roswell Landing, 205 North Main Street (Phone: 575-622-3036). It features over 50 photographs and illustrations, original cartoons by Neil Riebe, and impressive cover art by Brian Norwood. The book is also available for the Amazon Kindle.
Author John LeMay is the author of several books about the history of New Mexico. His works include “Images of America: Roswell,” “Postcards of America: Roswell,” “Images of America: Chaves County,” and “Images of America: Towns of Lincoln County,” all published by Arcadia Publishing of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. LeMay is also an archivist and serves on the board of directors for the Historical Society for Southeast New Mexico, located in Roswell.
Noe Torres, editor and publisher of “Roswell USA,” has authored a number of books regarding historical UFO cases, including the critically-acclaimed “Ultimate Guide to the Roswell UFO Crash” published in 2010 by RoswellBooks.com. Torres is the section director for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) in South Texas and has appeared on numbers television and radio programs. He is a regular speaker at the annual Roswell UFO Festival held each July in Roswell, New Mexico.
The Jeff Rense Program, which will celebrate its 18th anniversary in June 2011, is one of the world’s most listened-to Internet radio shows, specializing in topics dealing with “exotic and eclectic venues of research and inquiry.” Interviewing more than 50 unique guests each month, Rense’s program has been described by broadcast executives as “a completely new dimension in talk radio” and “the best information program ever.” Rense was also a pioneer in making talk radio interactive, and his radio interviews commonly feature simultaneous online illustrations and images.
The Rense.com internet site is one of the world’s most referenced 24-hour news services. It is the top talk radio site and records close to 10 million total hits per month. It has also achieved top-level Arbitron ratings in several top U.S. radio markets. In addition, the Rense.com Web site archives over 150,000 pages of stories, articles, reports and features. Rense.com is in the top .001% of the 20 million websites on the internet, according to rankings issued in 2007.
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Full day talk $50.00. Sunday, October 11, 2009 from 10 AM to 5 PM
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20 Buffalo Thunder Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87506 The David Icke Live event in Santa Fe on October 11, 2009, is a benefit for The School of Now in Los Lunas, NM, which is a project of A Child’s Miracle Mind, Inc., a 501c3 organization. Ticket price is tax deductible. Acclaimed British writer and speaker David Icke is changing history with his controversial research and revelations about the true nature of reality that has been kept from humanity for too long. Join 2000 other courageous truth seekers for a day that will change your life forever. Over more than seven hours, and with 1000 images, David will expose the hidden hand behind global events in what is one of the most challenging times in human history. Doing nothing is no longer an option and people must get informed about what is really happening in their world. Do it for yourself—do it for the children.
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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!
NEW MEXICO – On a scale of one to ten, my interest in the unexplained is definitely a ten. So when I learned of plans for a conference debating the existence of a secret military base jointly operated by extraterrestrials and the U.S. government near Dulce, New Mexico, my attendance was a foregone conclusion.
I had read and heard rumors about this secret base for years. The rumors began after a 29-kiloton nuclear explosive was detonated at a depth of 4,222 feet near the Archuletta Mesa on the Jicarilla Apache Indian reservation near Dulce in 1967. The detonation was an experiment jointly conducted by U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, the U.S. Department of the Interior (Bureau of Mines) and the El Paso Natural Gas Company, and was known as Operation Plowshare. Part of the Atoms for Peace program, the experiment itself was dubbed Project Gasbuggy. According to a December 22, 1967 story in Time Magazine, the official explanation for Project Gasbuggy was that it was intended to produce underground routes for an estimated 300 trillion cubic feet of gas flow. Unfortunately, according to an August 29, 1959 follow-up report in Time, the explosion resulted in only a minor gas yield, worth less than the cost of the explosive. More important, the gas released from Project Gasbuggy was too radioactive for use.
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by Norio Hayakawa
April 16, 2009
There seems to have been an allegation that the government, beginning in the mid 1970s and lasting till the early 1980s, may have conducted clandestine operations in and near Dulce, New Mexico involving experiments with bovine diseases, anthrax and other substances as part of biological warfare research.
See the following clip on cattle mutilations that took place in the Dulce area in the late 1970s (History Channel, March 25, 2009):
Was there a cover-up in Dulce, New Mexico?
Were there some illegal dumping or storage of toxic chemicals and other bio-hazardous materials in the nearby areas?
Is it possible that the government intentionally created a convenient cover story (i.e., the underground alien base scenario) to conceal those clandestine activities?
(Incidentally, the Four Corners area of New Mexico as well as the regions east of the Four Corners area have been known to be an area with high frequencies of sightings of strange flying objects as well as claims of paranormal activities, especially after World War II.
This remote region, filled with deep-rooted cultural and spiritual beliefs of the Native Americans such as the Jicarilla Apache Nation of Dulce, may have been an ideal and convenient location to conduct clandestine operations as far as the government was concerned.)
And if this were the case, was it possible for the government to have staged a series of fake UFO-type incidents in the area, utilizing high tech equipment such as holographic projection devices?
Former New Mexico State Patrol officer, Gabe Valdez, who was in charge of the Dulce area during those years, seems to think so. Recently he told me personally that he is convinced that appearances of UFOs were staged by the government through such devices.
I totally concur with Gabe Valdez on this matter.
I bring this up because early in 1994 I had corresponded with a Canadian investigative journalist by the name of Serge Monast who first informed me of NASA’s alleged project called BLUE BEAM. (Unfortunately, I learned only two years later that Serge Monast passed away of a massive heart attack at his residence in Canada).
I hereby present my hypothesis that the government may have conducted a limited-scale, prototype BLUE BEAM operations in Dulce during the height of the cattle mutilations years and staged a series of UFO incidents in that area.
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