posted on Jul, 26 2007 @ 01:40 PM
"there's a difference in dropping rocks and sensors desguised as rocks...
all you want.
No there isnt, they disguise them as rocks...to well....look like rocks
. Dont exactly want your enemies knowing what they are or finding them.
And at the time i honestly had aboslutely no clue what was dropped as it was dark and after searching the ground found nothing.
"You claim all this extraordinary stuff that happens to you while at "51", but all we get are pics of you by some rocks, and someone else who is
bleeding, etc. "
That was just some personal pictures I wanted to share regarding the hike.
Despite what happened i still do not personally believe anything "extrondinary" happened to me. I assumed this UAV business is now common
"Just would have been cool to see the runway lit up. "
believe me...it was... like a diamond on fire in the desert... truely amazing view when the base light up.
"Thats all, and if the drone was 20 ft above you, it might have been able to be picked up by your camera, maybe ? "
I didnt have my camera on me at that time as i was searching for glowing objects in the distance. Then i heard what i can only describe as a car
close by driving past us in a matter of seconds and a mixuture of what sounded like a slow moving blade. As fast as it interupted us, it was also
gone. It blotted the stars out as it passed over head then was immediatly lost into the dark night. Honestly even if i had my camera after it
passed over my head (the only time i heard or even knew it was anywhere near us) I wouldnt have been able to follow it as it left. The thing was
truely stealth and any enemy combatants this used on will have no clue of its arrival or departure, it really is that quiet (until it is on top of
"but enough derailing this thread... good luck in future adventures in the desert. Stay safe."
I hope to return within a few week and check out a few other surrounding areas around the base. Also have a trip planned to the
skinwalker ranch next month that i will report on. If anything this trip has prepared me for my next visit.