posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 03:12 PM
I looked up David Adair on the Internet (www.greatdreams.com...
) and I have to say that he sounds like he is spinning a completely
fabricated story. I don't have the time to spend completely ripping apart his story so I will simply address his credibility with regard to Area
Adair claims to have visited Area 51 in 1971. As proof, he describes what he saw there. At one point he says that, "as we flew over the landing site,
I looked down at these twin 10,000-foot runways…" Well, there was only a single runway at Area 51 at that time. The second runway wasn't built
until 1991. There is abundant proof of this from aerial and satellite images of the base.
Adair further claims that,"standard universal painting of water towers at an airstrip is an orange-and-white chequerboard pattern. But here,
everything was painted either solid white or solid black." The actual colors are red and white but, in any case, the main water tower at Area 51 was
indeed painted in the typical red and white checkerboard pattern. Again, there is photographic proof.
If Adair cannot get even these simple details right, how can his more exotic claims be trusted?