posted on Apr, 29 2014 @ 04:07 PM
Search for Sugar Loaf Halt on Google maps. A little further down the road you'll find the Sugar Loaf, the road loops around it. It's a small, steep,
symmetrical hill, popular as a picnic spot. When you research Rudolf Hess's time in Abergavenny you'll find reference to him walking on the Sugar
Loaf. It's usually interpreted as meaning the big Sugar Loaf very near Abergavenny. I have a different story.
When hitchhiking up that road in the early 80's I was given a lift by a wise and kind old Welsh gentleman. As we approached the Sugar Loaf he told me.
"Rudolf Hess was exercised on that hill when he was a prisoner at Abergavenny. They'd put a ring of guards around the bottom and he was allowed to
walk to the top on his own."
There must have been a very good reason for that.
It may have been simply so he could have time on his own with mountain views. It was very important he didn't commit suicide so they had to keep him
happy while still trying to get as much information out of him as possible. His peace mission was ignored and he was used as a propaganda tool and a
potential source of valuable intelligence. This caused him great distress.
It may have been so he could perform occult practices.
It could have been a dead letter drop or a place to meet a heavily camouflaged man for truly secret talks. His great frustration was being surrounded
by spooks and dodgy psychiatrists when he really wanted to talk with the gentry who desired peace.
edit on 4/29/2014 by Zaphod58 because: (no reason given)