posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 07:40 PM
Man, have I got some research to do! I just found this thread (weekends are when I get to sit down and catch up on ATS topics) and for some reason
can't access the site that everyone is discussing (may have to do with my Windows update I just downloaded, it seems it will only let me open sites
that are stored in my bookmarks for some reason), but I have a few things to add.
I am a MA native and can add a few things about the area that may be of some assistance.
First of all, there does not seem to be a record of anyone named Deborah Song paying taxes from any employment or property in Massachusetts. I checked
public records that anyone can check, nothing secretive.
Since I can't see the site, I don't know what the term "Medical City" has to do with anything, but it is the nickname of the Saint Vincent's
Hospital complex in downtown Worcester, MA, the city right smack in the middle of MA, between Northborough and Gardner. The old St. V's on Grafton
Hill was the source of some local rumors of strange government medical experiments and occult activity, but I have never heard anything unusual about
the new Med City complex.
I have a friend who is a former police officer in either Gardner or a nearby town (the area all seems like the same to me). He once overheard me
discussing something with someone and he had a similar tale. I think I may have discussed this once before on ATS, but I don't recall the context of
I was talking with someone about the strange wires that are stretched parallel to the ground, about 14 inches off the ground, running throughout an
orchard, near a federal communications/electronic surveillance facility in the Maynard area. I never worked or had any official connection to the
Maynard site, but rumor has it that it has something to do with the three-letter C intelligence agency. All I know is that I once observed some
strange wires running through an abandoned apple orchard just outside of the facility's fenceline. A friend of mine near lived there and showed me
the wires and wanted my opinion. Best guesses I had were either a poorly-concealed intrusion detection system, or the remnants of a temporary HF
antenna. The wires looked like RG58 coax, but were too weathered to see any writing on them to identify for sure. They were very taut but we could not
see their origin or their termination point, as far as we could see (hard to explain but we did not want to wander much onto the property and could
not see much due to foliage and overgrowth). The wires ran straight through rubber insulated eyelets on the tops of thin metal rods that were sticking
out of the ground. They did not make contact with the insulators on either of the stakes we saw; the wire appeared as taut as a guitar string and ran
right through the middle of the eyelets.
Anyhow, back to the Gardner comments.
While I was discussing this with someone, my friend who had been on the Gardner or area PD overheard and he had something to add. He asked if that was
a typical thing to see near a rumored government site. I said I had never seen it before, but really could not be sure. He said that the funny thing
was, there was an absolutely identical setup near some facility that had stories surrounding it regarding unknown agencies or companies doing
experiments on humans. He elaborated that one night he knew he was near the edge of this place (I want to say a hospital, but may have been something
else, I do not know Gardner well) and he pulled his cruiser into a parking spot that seemed to be concealed and away from prying eyes, and he got out
his newspaper and sandwich and began to eat his dinner (hey, it's what we all do sometimes, at least we are still on the road and ready to roll to a
call, and not sitting in the station). He was looking around and saw that he was alongside an overgrown orchard, and he could see strange wires
running in the same fashion I described above. He got out of the cruiser and took a look, sure enough his descriptions match what I saw near the town
of Maynard. He went back to his dinner but a short time later was interrupted by a vehicle entering the area. It was a private security contractor
cruiser, and the car pulled up and the guard inside asked what my friend was doing there and seemed to be agitated. My friend, of course, was not
going to be pushed around by some security guard, and told the man to mind his own business and go away. The guard retorted something about how the
police should know they were supposed to stay away from that facility without prior permission. My friend asked why, and the guard would not explain
and finally left. When my friend asked his patrol supervisor, he was told he would have to talk to the Chief about it, but the supervisor said that it
was wisest just to drop the whole discussion and not mention it to anyone, just to stay away from that area. Unfortunately he wasn't a veteran and
wasn't the type to ask more questions or go back to the area to investigate, so nothing furthur was discovered. We were at a friend's house when
these conversations took place, and we did sit right down and look up the place he mentioned using a search engine, and sure enough we found some
info, but I can't for the life of me recall the name of the place. I don't live in that area anymore or keep in touch with many of those people, but
I sure could try to find out a little more.
I am just realizing this whole wires in the orchard and Gardner, MA, area thing could be a thread unto itself, looks like I have some phone calls to