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Covertly, this research has been going on for years at the Dulce bio-genetics labs. Level 6 is hauntingly known by employees as "Nightmare Hall". It holds the genetic labs at Dulce. Reports from workers who have seen bizarre experimentation, are as follows:
"I have seen multi-legged 'humans' that look like half-human/half-octopus. Also reptilian-humans, and furry creatures that have hands like humans and cries like a baby, it mimics human words... also huge mixture of lizard-humans in cages. There are fish, seals, birds and mice that can barely be considered those species. There are several cages (and vats) of winged-humanoids, grotesque bat-like creatures...but 3 1/2 to 7 feet tall. Gargoyle-like beings and Draco-Reptoids."
Originally posted by mj 09
Though a skeptic, my geology teacher has worked on the archuleta mesa. The Indian tribe leader said she could work there except for a certain area called a "religious holy area" and that he'd shoot her if she went there.
The following is a list of questions that were directed to former Dulce Base Security officer Thomas Edwin Castello approximately a year before his death [or disappearance]. They are followed by his responses:
Originally posted by stumason
I just spent my whole night shift reading up about Dulce etc....wow
I am taking it with a pinch of salt, but it makes for a bloody good read. If it is true, even part of it, that is some scary ass stuff....
[edit on 9/11/05 by stumason]
Originally posted by CONZPIRACY
That is because if the eyewitnesses were identified they'd be seriously hurt, killed, be out of a job, or something might happen to their families. That is why they don't identify themselves except by their first names but maybe their first names aren't even accurate! As far as being "out of this world", well would this story peek any interest or be so interesting if it wasn't? I don't think so.