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Originally posted by _damon
Glitch here too
The glitch is on national geographic maps too... and these are older maps. How do i know? Check the lowest angle of the triangle (hard to find on NGeographic coz u cant make markers) and compare with google maps/earth. You will see there are buildings on google maps but nothing on NG. How can u explain the gitch is on newest and older maps?? These maps are from the same satellite?
How far west?
Originally posted by mopusvindictus
You wont Find Anything around Dulce.
Your not looking for an entrance to Dulce, that would be impossible. They buried and closed the doors at the building site long ago, there is nothing there above ground at least. Your looking in the wrong place.
The bases just, access the cave systems, tip of the iceberg...
Originally posted by nuker123
Back when I was in college at the U of U, the former director of Dulce came and gave a little presentation about the facility and what not. One of the slides gave a brief overview of the different levels and what they were ued for, it showed some sub levels but the slide just showed them as storage.
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
where EXACTLY should someone look west - and what are they hoping to find ???????????????
Originally posted by Numb2itall
Been trying to see if i could find any spelunking sites that may say where we can find some cave entrances... but little luck as spelunkers like to keep those secrets to themselves and to ward off amateurs for fear they will get themselves killed and then they cave it in to keep everyone out.
I came across this however. Which made me laugh when I read it.
link to site:
Caving, also known as spelunking, is the underground explorer's adventure. Exploring the depths you can see the magnificent results of nature's work in progress—some caverns are eons in the making. Discover stalactites, stalagmites, bats and more. Spelunking opens an exotic, alien, hidden world.
But make sure you bring a sweater as many caves often stay a nice chilly temperature all year round!
Originally posted by RyanLA123
I posted this in another thread, so here we go agian. First off there is no one named Thomas Costello, the Dulce story came out before Bob Lazar's story did, but according to Bob the only person he worked with on the saucer at S4 which is a real place by the way except its a radar field in the Tonopah Test Range, was a man named Barry Costello. Uuuuh, the 2 must be related and you can hear it from interviews Bob has given in the past. Bob's very real friend Jim Taliani who worked at the TTR becomes Dennis Mariani, see the little rhyme there, oh and I wonder where the name S4 came from, hhhmmmm.
If you watch the 1971 movie the Andromeda Strain you will see an exact layout of the base at Dulce which was uncovered in 1987. Man people love taking ideas from movies. Google video Andromeda Strain movie and compare, I don't think you like what you find. The pieces of meat and humans in cages is very easy to fill in the rest.
Just because the Rand Corporation built a tunnel boring machine does not mean it was used to create this ultra top secret human/alien genetics lab like in UFO HUNTERS. It was probably used to bore some holes at the NTS and NORAD. It is probably now sitting in a warehouse gathering dust.
John Lear, Linda Molton Howe and others love using their brains to come up with non-sense like this. For some it is a business and new material whether fake or real has to come out from time to time.
Oh, while in Dulce don't forget to stop by the indian casino which has fine slot machines available everywhere. ding .
Originally posted by Numb2itall