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Originally posted by samling
Also, this is my first post. I've been something of a lurker for a while, but I'm taking the dive and getting involved. Hello world!
Originally posted by Ghost01
As far as I know, S-4 only exists in Bob Lazar's stories. I've been a balck world researcher for almost 15 years now, and
Lazar described the facility to Timothy Good as being built into the base of the Papoose Range, with 9 hangar doors sloped at about a 60 degree angle. He said the doors had a sand-like texture coating to them, and Gene Huff later said the doors were rollup type doors. There were 9 of the hangar bays in all.
Per Lazar, the disc he described as the "Sport Model" had an approximate diameter of 52'. Allowing for adequate work clearance, it's reasonable to assume a hangar bay would be at least 70' wide. So for 9 bays, the overall length of the facility would have to be at least 630', maybe more.
On the "Billy Goodman Happening" radio show, Lazar described the dirt road the bus took to S-4 as a "good dirt road." When a caller asked him if the facility was underground, he replied, "No, it's not underground; it's just butt up against the side of a little mountain, a little hill kind of, but it's kind of inside the mountain."
Originally posted by Shadowhawk
I'm not convinced it would be that easy to hide hangar doors at the edge of Papoose Lake. There is not much of a hill there.
Bob Lazar is not a credible source by any means. Search the Internet for more information on this topis.
The DET 3 SP JOB KNOWLEDGE HANDBOOK for the "Area 51" security force (circa 1988) describes a Weapons Test Range in the Papoose Lake area.
The only "S-4" on the Nellis Range is Site 4 near Tonopah Test Range. For more information on this, look here: