Then I'm going to spill the beans.
I lived in a little town called Walker Valley, NY from 1985 to 1994. Walker Valley is 4 miles west of another town called Pine Bush...and Pine Bush
was subject to several decades of UFO sightings and other phenomena between the 1960's and well into the 90's. Because it was such an old fashioned
rural town, many of the sightings remained among the locals, until kooky city people heard about it and came up to poke around and started writing
books about it.
I was none the wiser that the town was known for these things for almost the entire time I lived there. However, in that time both me and some close
friends did experience some very wierd things. It was only after I moved away and discovered the several books written about it, especially "Silent
Invasion" by Ellen Crystall, that things started to click. In 2002 I read a newspaper article that mentioned something a friend had seen almost 10
years earlier, and finally figured out he definately had not made it up. Many other people had seen it. For the record, in the late 1980's, quite a
number of household pets in nearby Montgomery, NY went missing. In the early 90's friend of mine claimed to have seen a headless cat roaming around
in a field. It was in that article I read in 2002 that I found out that lots of people living there have seen that same cat (or one with no head)
walking around. That same friend also saw a silent-running black manta-shaped craft soar at tree-top level and away over the hills, right in Walker
Valley. Another friend was with him, and both have remained serious, straight and consistent with that story for the past 28 years.
Many people have also seen wierd things in Pine Bush that they describe as ghosts or invisible entities that seem to be able to affect people and
things, sometimes malevolently. I can personally attest to a simple plastic air pump for a rubber raft that once pumped several times completely by
itself in my house while I watched. It was foot operated and non-motorized. People also mention hearing voices and sounds come out of the air. I can
attest to that too, once or twice. I am not the only one. To this day, if I dig a little, I can still find people talking about these things happening
in that town.
Now here's the kicker: In the mid 1980's, the government suddenly came to the officials in several local towns including Pine Bush with a proposal to
build a huge proton supercollider for atomic research right under our town. They fought and fought about this until finally the government pulled out.
The same exact things happened about 30 miles south of Pine Bush along the Delaware River in NJ. But that project was a reservoir not a supercollider.
People fought it and the government abandoned the project....but they still stayed around on the reservations they had built during the negotiations.
They had taken thousands of acres of land by eminant domain, only now it wasn't going to be used for it's intended purpose. Today most of it has
become a national park, the Delaware National Water Gap recreation area. And it is connected to Pine Bush by the same mountain range.
In the years after the supercollider in Pine Bush was abandoned, supposedly many people claimed to hear whirring and drilling noises coming from the
fields and the hills, but no one ever saw anything. I once heard these noises when I was about 14, while hiking on the mountain about 2 miles from the
nearest road, but it sounded like it was 500 feet away. I didn't know anything about the rumors back then. I just heard something that didn't belong.
And about 25 years after that I visited that place with a small group of friends and AGAIN heard a loud, mechanical whoosh there, like an airlock
opening and closing. Many reports of noises like these were well-outlined in Ellen Crystall's book, and most people concluded that they came from
underground. People also talk about them at the UFO club meetings which are still held in town. Ellen was somewhat of a kook looking to bond with
brothers and sisters from outer space, but she interviewed many people for her publications who were not kooks, and that's where many accounts about
Pine Bush come from. In a way, Ellen made a great publicity agent, and she was dead set on interpreting the events in Pine Bush as aliens...who had
built a base under the area. This is very similar to the goal of Project Bluebeam: To have people believe that the government's toys really belong to
Aliens. This kind of thinking goes all the way back to Roswell. All kinds of reverse and sideways pychology is used to make people unable to think
without having contradicting thoughts.
I've written too much for one post, but trust me there's much more. I think that Project Stargate, the government's remote-viewing program also played
a role in Pine Bush. I think they were experimenting with the ability to beam or transfer hallucinatory ideas or thoughts into people's minds, and
that possbly the headless cat was not actually walking around, but was a hallucination beamed into people's minds from a laboratory where there WAS in
fact a livgin headless cat. They just chose that image because it was unusual and convenient, and if people started talking about what they had seen,
the experiment's success would be a no-brainer as walking headless cats are not too common.
I think Pine Bush was home to a major underground laboratory involving unconventional aircraft/spacecraft, remote viewing, mind-control, nanoprobes
and nanotechnology, living cybernetically altered animal probes, and even technology which could distort time and space, and possibly experiments with
things like teleportation. Pine Bush is nestled in the vallies beneath the Shawangunk mountains which provide a rugged backdrop of limestone caves,
steep cliffs and dense forest. If there's anywhere that it would be feasible to build a secret entrance to an underground facility and still have
access to a population to experiment on, this would be it.
edit on 25-5-2014 by brofjw because: Tidied up sentence structure