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Originally posted by Armin_Tamzarian
reply to post by MrsBlonde
I must confess I too find the whole Dulce story really interesting but, like the majority of
information that the colonel would not need to know to perform his duties so for the colonel to say this was all freely given to him, in my opinion, just damages his credibility.
I also take your point that he could represent a number of whistle blowers all pooling their information but for me that too seems unlikely. Why would they decide on doing it this way? Surely the more separate witnesses that come forward confirming the existence of the Dulce base the harder the story is to dismiss? Also, by deciding to disclose this way there's a danger that the story sounds too unbelievable. For instance, both me and you found it hard too believe that the colonel, on his own, had so much info on the tablets etc.
Despite all this, I, like you, will be staying tuned for more...
Originally posted by johnnie_walker
has anyone heard of the alien/human human/alien medical experiments that have gone on in the Dulce base? has anyone heard of the story that Dulce base has been fusing humans and aliens together. has anyone heard of the human looking fetus with a pig snout and human eyes found inside a mutilated cow?
Originally posted by LaBella
reply to post by johnnie_walker
Yes to all your questions! I attended the Dulce conference last year, which was awesome by the way, and the stories I heard were amazing! I lived in Dulce for 4 years, so I also heard a lot of stories from the people that live there. I too experienced weird things definately...