posted on Jun, 23 2008 @ 09:43 AM
As I recall, Phil's story was that he was the "sole survivor" of the "battle", so that doesn't seem to support anything of the sort (i.e. then
what about Mike?). Now, if you can ignore the fact that Phil claimed to get cancer from being "shot" by aliens (despite the cancer being in a
completely different part of the body from the shot), or that he claimed his father was a U-Boat Captain (when they're called "Commanders" and
there is no such record for his dad being one, despite all being known and a matter of historical record), then I guess sure, you can believe these
guys who have absolutely no evidence whatsoever. (not to mention Phil was a complete paranoid, had a history of mental illness, and eventually
suicided with his own surgical tubing (not strangled with piano wire, as is the common folklore)....
The whole idea of the Dulce base simply doesn't make logical sense. If there was such a facility, it certainly wouldn't be under Indian land, when
the military has PLENTY of other land in the area under its jurisdiction and control. We may very well have underground secret labs, etc. working on
aliens, genetics, who knows what...but if we do, they wouldn't be at the location given for the Dulce base. I'd be less than surprised if the entire
surrounding area had numerous such bases, but NOT in the area claimed for Dulce.