Originally posted by meshuggah1324
God knows if I lived near Dulce I'd be searching/hiking for that damn place almost every day. Why don't more people search for it?
Originally posted by skyscape
If you are from Dulce, surely you must know where the base is located. I've heard that people in Dulce are afraid of what's going on at the base. Have you read the Dulce Wars by Branton? That's how I learned about Dulce, and ever since have been really intrqued by it. But I have also been more wary, and hesitant about wanting to approach it, as it seems to harbor those that are in darkness.
Originally posted by HardToGet
Originally posted by ANOK
If you are looking for something out there, try (hidden?) ventilation shafts.
Is there a power plant near Dulce? That would be a good candidate to hide some ventilation without causing suspicion. I always wondered about this, is the entire Dulce area freely accessible, or are there restricted areas?
If it is freely accessible, any seismologist with some dynamite, sensors and a laptop can expose what is underneath the surface, even if the base is 5000 feet below. Sure would like to hear if anyone tried this.
[edit on 21-4-2006 by HardToGet]
While driving from AZ to CT, I passed through Dulce to get a general impression of the area. Remote is an understatement for this location. however, there is a lot of hustle and bustle along 64 for no apparent reason. There were 2 types of vehicles I encountered passing against my eastward direction; pickups and utility size low boy dumps, all white with varying logos on the side. The one I remember most is a clock that only reads from 12 to 6 in orange. 64 is a beautiful road. It weaves through a condensed mountain river valley that makes it seem like you're moving faster than you really are. Lining the river are pumpstations for....? When the road does open up, there are dirt roads that lead off to no visible buildings. Why for 2 hours did I see vehicles in packs of 3 to 5, all white, pass by me in the opposite direction? to say 50 vehicles passed us would be an understatement.
Dulce isn't really a town or city, if you've been on smaller reservations before you'd grasp it, but its gorgeous as well. We stopped at the gas station and I started fueling up, my girlfriend went inside to get supplies, and looked out over Dulce, which slopes upward adjacent to the gas station...a long, gradual slope with the Mesa visible over the last row of housing. I was approached by a native american man in a cowboy had, red shirt, in a green pickup, brand new, and he as said -Connecticut, long way away from here, what brings you through here? Mind you, we stuck out like a sore thumb in these parts...So I explained to him I was going back to CT and I since I heard rumors about the place I was going to drive through and asked him what all the fuss was about in town. He looked at me puzzled, and I said -with all of the white trucks? He told me he didn't know what I was talking about, so I told him how many passed me, and he said -they don't come here. I got kinda spooked and was like...yeah, its a beautiful road though, beautiful here...and the man explained, well told me the best route to take out of town, scenically. As he was finishing up my girlfriend was already back at the car with our stuff looking at me and she said, can we leave please. I said yup, told the guy nice meeting you, and left - and not the way he told me to go either.
Anyway, about the power plants, check out el vado...possible entrance as well? The pumpstations sort of baffle me. there is a gas pipline running through there in places, but they were too small to be repressuring and they were too archeic looking which leads me to believe it could be some sort of venilation ducts. There are restricted areas - the reservation for one. I guess you can stay at the best western and casino in town and get hiking permits from either the hotel or the tribal council building around the corner, but I think its too close to be an entrance to the base. The entrances would be at the vital organs of the bases infastructure do to maintenance of system functions and deliveries associated with it, unless they are self sufficient and connected to the known bases which are close...los alamos, etc. The later is most likely. They can move large volumes of workers into the known facilities without cause for suspicion and suttle them to the central hub.
Almost out of room, but lseismically, its under a thick layer of granite.
Anyone for a trip
or dragged underground for bio-genetic manipulation. Yay
Originally posted by condor
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