Originally posted by calicutt
Here's a little excerpt from chap. 7 of the Dulce Book...
"I am writing to you in the event that I do not return......"
For those of you who live out west. Why not just simply get some hiking gear, a gun, a gps unit and head out to the coordinates and check it
out. If nothing is at any of these coordinates then that pretty much puts a big dent in the dulce files and John's creditablity.
Why keep trying to sneak into area 51, when these locations are in open public desert?
Thanks for the thread calicutt.
I never wrote a book called the "Dulce Book". I wrote the "Dulce Papers".
But they sure as heck didn't have 7 chapters. They may have had 7 pages.
The letter you are quoting was placed on my doorstep and signed by "yellowfruit".
I am not sure what we are debunking here but here is the story of yellowfruit.
In the spring of 1988 I was invited to give a lecture on UFO's by the Clark County Spring Valley Library.
When I showed up that evening I couldn't believe the mob that had shown up. The auditorium was full (it held 400 people) and people were fist
fighting trying to get in. All this was documented by the 3 TV stations then in Las Vegas.
I gave the lecture and answered some questions. This took about 2 hours. When I finished many people crowded around me asking further questions.
I had a display behind the stage which included various letters which included Dr. Robert I. Sarbachers famous letter to Bill Steinman, the W.R. Smith
memo, Admiral Hillenkoeters statement, pictures of flying saucers and a huge map of the Nevada Test Site).
One gentleman motioned me over the large map. The top of the map, just north of Groom Lake was covered with several of these letters and this guy
lifted up one of the letters that covered Railroad Valley which is on the east side of Hiway 6 which runs from Tonopah to Ely and pointed to the
He then said, "This is where you should be looking." He then disappeared in the crowd.
A week or so later I found an envelope at my doorstep and in it was the letter you have posted. It was signed by "yellowfruit" who I assume was the
guy at the library who showed me Railroad Valley but I never saw him again so I don't know for sure. I never went to any of the places mentioned.
A couple of weeks after that my wife flew into a rage with all the people calling and coming to the door over the UFO lecture and she had my phone
number changed and had hidden all of my UFO files. In her rage she said also mentioned, "By the way, that yellowfruit guy came to see you and I told
him in no uncertain terms I didn't want to see him at our house anymore."
And that was that. I never saw yellowfruit again. Eventually she gave me my files back. The files now occupy 2 four drawer legal sized file cabinets
and my 37th wedding anniversary will be next May 22nd.
Here is the interesting thing. The Special Projects Boeing 737's have a secret landing area in Railroad Valley. They go there every day and have been
for 20 years. No one has ever seen them land or takeoff.
A friend of mine got a job with Key Airlines that subcontracted for Special Projects for a few years and he found out where they landed but because of
the security oath he signed he won't tell me.
Another flight attendant told me the only thing she would see when the door opened was that they landed in the desert with no apparent runway markings
of any kind. When the passenger would deplane it was in the middle of the desert and all she could see about 100 feet from the door of the airplane
was a small knoll about 8 feet high behind which the passengers would walk to and disappear behind.
The area I am talking about is not within the Nevada Test Site or Nellis Range and is not the airport 10 miles north of Warm Springs on the east side
of the road, and it is not the dirt strip at Pendover Farms. Nor is it the dirt strip at Caliente or Alamo.
I do know that it takes 15 minutes after takeoff from Groom Lake to get there.
I don't know how hiking to the areas mentioned in yellowfruits letter would debunk me. I never hiked there myself nor did I ever make a comment on
the yellowfruits letter. I would certainly have liked to talk to him again.
Yellowfruit had nothing to do with Dulce. Dulce is not near the Nevada Test SSite or Groom Lake. As a matter of fact Dulce is not even in Nevada.
Furthermore I have never mentioned yellowfruit in anything I have written about Dulce, including the Dulce Papers. I never put that letter in the
Further, you are quoting from the Chapter 7 of the "Dulce Book" which I didn't write. If you mean the Branton Files, Dave included the letter in
his files with my permission.
But hey, shoot your best shot.
Thanks again for the thread and Happy New Year.