posted on Mar, 2 2007 @ 04:31 PM
"Wavelength" was a B-grade science fiction movie starring Robert Carradine. His character lives in a small house overlooking an abandoned Air Force
facility in the Hollywood Hills where aliens are secretly stored. One is still alive and the hero helps it escape. The film's climax is the end scene
in which the alien is rescued by the mothership at Vasquez Rocks (famously featured in Star Trek episodes and movies).
The house, actually once lived in by Carradine, actually overlooks Lookout Mountain Laboratory, a former Air Force facility on Wonderland Avenue once
leased by the Atomic Energy Commission. The 1352nd Photographic Group used the facility as a film studio from 1948 until its closure in 1969. The
unit produced numerous documentaries and training films about military exercises, nuclear testing, aerospace projects and the war in Southeast Asia.