posted on Dec, 3 2007 @ 09:27 AM
Let's say this is real. I'm inclined to think so at this point without further proof for a few reasons.
One: the mystery starts out with this person blogging his experience and seemingly isn't in a conspiracy mode. As time goes by more and more damning
evidence of different conspiracies are brought to the table damning the government; there's an obvious attempt to connect these conspiracies to a
situation he's trying to find out more about. There's a decent into darkness here that is specialized and seemingly without motive other than to
uncover a targeted truth.
Two: The photo evidence provided is interesting for a couple of reasons. This guy is a photographer I believe. He has the metal box propped up on
professional looking setup with excellent lighting. At the same time though, the scans of the children and people have a really dark tone that's
inconsistent in color, I've looked and there's no repetitive patterns as if someone were to "make them old" and I can enhance them easily to have
good contrast and brightness. This is sort of typical among photographers or amateur photographers.
Three: The location photos and info is pretty dern convincing. The order submitted makes it even more so. I was thinking that getting some serial
numbers off the truck might lead to proof of a military vehicle but given the age I'm not so sure. Serial numbers off the generators might help as
well in tracking the "owners" down.
While none of this proves ths to be true, I believe it at this point and I sure don't see this guy coming to this forum. He's in a real situation
and is dealing with some real demons. Unless he's willing to submit all the information for everyone to see he'll be boxed into an emotional corner.
I hate it for the guy actually.
If this isn't real then it's the best story I've read since Ted the Caver