posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 01:47 PM
Originally posted by DeltaNine
Great link! Is that your site?
Yes. My approach to area 51 investigation is to ignore the rumors and deal with what can be verified. Probably the best Area 51 website is the
original ufomind.com. Glenn did great research. It is unfortunate he got tired of the game. The website hasn't been updated in 9 years. He no longer
sells the visitors guide because he lost his copy and can't run off any more. I offered to scan my copy and send him the files, but I got no answer
from my email.
I encourage readers to dig up the old Desert Rat newsletters from the ufomind website. They are classics.
The fact that we don't get hassled at the border is due to Glenn Campbell's activities. Once the cat was out of the bag, the dudes favored
non-intervention until you crossed the line.
Given the nature of big organizations, somebody somewhere will screw up and leak information. It is up to you to find it. I used flytecomm and passur
for quite some time before anyone posted about it on the net. I just kept the logging private, then when it was discovered, I put all the logs on line
dating back a few years. The funny thing is the passur coverage of the Nellis airspace was never meant to be public. That is, it never showed up on
McCarran website or Passur's. I just changed LAX to LAS one day, and out popped the Nellis airspace coverage.
Over the years, the base has closed these loopholes where possible. At the moment, most trips to area51 are filtered from flightaware.com. I say most,
because the filters screw up once in a while.
Here is a leak I found about a year ago:
Somebody at the defense mapping agency forgot to remove Area 51 from the map. It is still on the Yucca Mountain Project website