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Assessment of the book,” UFO Highway.” The Dulce/Alien Reveal.

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posted on Feb, 15 2011 @ 06:10 AM
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I totally agree with 'amongus', regarding the huge number of spelling and grammatical errors in the work. I find the numerous errors very annoying and unprofessional; they even add confusion to some of the more important information. This is just plain negligence. If I were Colonel X, I would be more disappointed than most with the quality of the transcription.

For what it's worth, here is my analysis of the interview. All quotes from the ebook, 'UFO Highway' by Anthony Sanchez are in quotation marks and followed by a page number. My comments are in interspersed and appear in parenthesis.

'Futuristic machines, but easily capable of being hundreds of years old based on the way webs, dirt and dust had accumulated on the devices; it didn’t make any sense.' (p.47)

'As they began to find rooms, more discoveries of equipment was made. These rooms like the others were also covered in cobwebs, dirt, and dust, indicating possible decades of lying there completely undisturbed.' (p.48)

[Why was the alien technology covered in years of dust and grime when the Greys were still living there using it? Were they such seriously bad house-keepers?]

'Once deeper inside the facility he also wrote that they found human remains, some apparently were American Indians easily identified by their traditional clothing.' (p.47)

'And then if it couldn’t get any stranger, they began to find diminutive human-like remains, with enlarged heads and very large eye sockets, many of them strewn about the area where the cavern began to transition from natural cavern to a fabricated structure. All around the first areas surveyed, there were signs of a struggle and serious fire fighting, as they found more weapons, dead bodies and carbon blasts on the walls from having been shot at. But from how long ago the fighting occurred was anyone’s guess. No one was sure exactly. The American Indian bodies were further out; but these new small human-like remains were being found much deeper into the facility.' (p.48)

[Why were the bodies of both greys and their Indian opponents not removed by the Greys but left to rot on the upper levels of the facility? It doesn't take more than a hundred years to do an autopsy and only attracts unwanted attention from potential visitors (as it allegedly did).]

'Even as they tried to remain quite (sic) and out of sight, they could sense that someone or something was successfully tracking the soldiers. But there was no effort to interact with whoever it was … not yet.' (p.59)

'All the reports stated that there were incidents of the mysterious inhabitants peering from around corners to observe the soldiers, usually from a great distance; almost like shadows.' (p.59)

'No one could determine how this was happening as there was no one else down there, they thought.' (p.60)

[How could the soldiers think that no one else was down there when they sensed that they were being observed and actually noticed beings peeking at them?!]

Sanchez: 'Can you say who your colleagues were?'

Col. X: 'No. I simply cannot. The sensitivity of this information can potentially cause harm tothose who were involved. And I would hate to re-involve those men or put their families in harms way. But what I can tell you are ranks, dates, locations, etc. and I can give you great detail about everything you need to know, but I will not say anything that would directly identify specific individuals.

As it is, I am concerned over sharing this information with you today. But I feel that the information must to be told to someone, else it will never make it out publicly; not ever. I know that now.'

Sanchez: 'Interesting … Colonel if I may ask, without naming anyone are they still alive?'

Col X: 'Yes. I’m sad to say that the Brigadier General has already passed on, and the Major is now in a home. The Navy Lieutenant Commander is doing fine in retirement in Boca Raton, Florida. So as you can see, there is nothing preventing me from talking with you here today, and there is safety through anonymity. So long as I remain anonymous, I feel okay with this. Incidentally, my role in the military after the Dulce event took on a much more interesting path than any of theirs. Paths that can afford me both the protection and solitude I need to do what I am doing with you right now.'

[How can Colonel X be so assured of his safety after spilling the beans? There are enough details in his account for the miltary to identify him quite easily unless he has changed his identity and his face and even then, it wouldn't be too difficult. They have his dates and places of service, his current occupation and family situation and details of an impending job transfer and relocation. What more could they possibly need to track him down?]

'What he had seen terrified him. The commanding officer wrote in the report that the soldier, upon reaching the group, yelled his head off screaming in utter terror. Before the soldier even realized he had made it back successfully, he was surrounded by fellow soldiers, pissed off at him for going out on his own. They in turn were screaming at him, “What the hell are you doing?” they said. “Why are you shooting?” and “What the hell is wrong with you?” they shouted at the returning soldier.

“What are you doing to me?” the escaped soldier belted. “Let go of me; let me go god (sic) damn it!” he continued. The commanding officer hurried over to the group telling them to break it up and explain what was happening.' (p.63)

[This account reads like a dramatic novel with words like "belted" and "continued" in the context of story-telling . We just don't speak like that. Was the story embellished during the transcription or simply written like that from Sanchez's imagination?]

'Once the inhabitants had reached to about twenty yards away from their camp perimeter, their weapons lighted (sic) up the room...' (p.64)

'The inhabitants had somewhat human-looking bodies, but something was odd about their skin.

Their faces … they couldn’t make out their faces.' (p.64)

'One soldier who was stuck behind of quickly disappearing equipment decided to forgo diving behind a metal table and decided to confront the inhabitants head on. He sprayed them killing several instantly, and then went hand to hand with one of the larger inhabitants. This creature was ferocious and was tearing the man to shreds not using his weapon, as if deciding to torture the soldier rather than killing him quickly.

As they fought the soldier began to gain the upper hand as his fellows began to target that creature and hit him successfully several times. But these shots did not stop the inhabitant from grabbing the soldier and pulling him into a corridor. Once out of sight you could hear the soldier scream like mad and fight hard. Within what seemed to be forever, which in reality was only half a minute at most; the soldier reappeared and had the inhabitant’s weapon in his hand.' (p.65)

[How could the soldiers not make out the inhabitants faces when they were only 20 yards away? How could they discern the odd nature of the beings skin but not their faces? I understand it was dark but one of them even engaged in hand-to-hand combat. Did he have his eyes closed?]

'It was suspected that the inhabitants thought the soldiers would be similarly equal opponents to the earlier combatants that they had faced, probably encountering the same types of weapons and tactics from the time period, but what they had not factored was that this group was a highly trained military unit with long range automatic weapons, comprised of men who were disciplined fighters, trained to kill Nazis with no mercy.'

[It is extremely odd that the Colonel says the soldiers were trained to kill Nazis when at that stage (1940), America had not even entered the war.]

'And others who showed an unwillingness to keep secret what they had observed were sent to Portsmouth Naval Prison on charges of insubordination (posing an immediate threat to National security).' (p.69)

'When the reassignments and disbanding was all said and done, according to the report only two men were ever charged with anything, but almost no one was ever sent to prison.' (p.69)

[Were a number of men sent to prison or weren't they?]

'I kept thinking, if this Grey were to have a name, it should have been “Sparkplug” by virtue of the fact that this creature was all over that room moving from table to table and writing while multi-tasking and at a furious pace.' (p.85)

[According to all abduction reports that I have read, the Greys move and work in a slow, methodical fashion.]

Col. X: 'But Anthony, it was your work in particular which propelled me to contact our mutual friend and get us introduced. In your blog you covered human-alien hybridization and key historical references to ancient times predating known history. My work on the Greys has led me to seek out works by experts who’ve made colorations close to what many facts are from the known Grey history. And I like what you put together.'

Sanchez: 'Is that why you sought me out, because you know of my work on Human Origins?'

Col. X: 'Yes, but more to point the Alien-Human hybridization. And if what some of what I am saying sounds like your work, this is exactly why I sought you out. Our mutual friend, he and I often share data, and when he showed me your work, I realized that you were the first one to accurately piece all the data together as best as I could understand, and equivalent to what our own people know from the Greys.

Your work is partly what drove me to do this. At one point I thought you must have been at Dulce and had worked on this project, but now I know that you just got your and others data to correctly match up (very closely) to the accuracy of the Dulce historians who studied the Greys...

...Look at your own work. The Dogon people of West Africa descended from ancient Egyptian lineages, who in turn descended from the other ancient Near East cultures; and what all these people retained and described over the tens of thousands of years are the same ‘entities’ who we find in all of our early writings across the globe.' (p.91)

[Sounds like a built-in advertisement. The similarities between the author's work and alien history according to Colonel X can more easily be explained if they are both the product of the same mind.

At one point, Colonel X describes the abduction of Myrna Hansen in 1980. If we compare his account with that on a website describing the incident, there are precise similarities in the wording.]

Colonel X: 'She described being dragged out of the area she had found, with both her and her son later being subjected through a painful process involving loud noises and very bright strobe lights, before they were taken back aboard a UFO and flown back to the very site where the abduction occurred.' (p.94)

Website: 'Hansen was dragged out of that area and she and her son were put through a painful process involving loud noises and blinding lights before they were taken back aboard the UFO and flown (with her car aboard too ) back to the site of the abduction.'

thenightsky.org...

[Could the Colonel have viewed this website and remembered the account word for word or, more likely, did Sanchez simply fail to disguise this source sufficiently while fabricating the interview?

In conclusion, I'm with UFO researcher, Jacques Valle on this one:]

'Vallée proposes that there is a genuine UFO phenomenon, partly associated with a form of non-human consciousness that manipulates space and time. The phenomenon has been active throughout human history, and seems to masquerade in various forms to different cultures. In his opinion, the intelligence behind the phenomenon attempts social manipulation by using deception on the humans with whom they interact.

Vallée also proposes that a secondary aspect of the UFO phenomenon involves human manipulation by humans. Witnesses of UFO phenomena undergo a manipulative and staged spectacle, meant to alter their belief system, and eventually, influence human society by suggesting alien intervention from outer space. The ultimate motivation for this deception is probably a projected major change of human society, the breaking down of old belief systems and the implementation of new ones. Vallée states that the evidence, if carefully analysed, suggests an underlying plan for the deception of mankind by means of unknown, highly advanced methods. Vallee states that it is highly unlikely that governments actually conceal alien evidence, as the popular myth suggests. Rather, it is much more likely that that is exactly what the manipulators want us to believe. Vallée feels the entire subject of UFOs is mystified by charlatans and science fiction. He advocates a stronger and more serious involvement of science in the UFO research and debate. Only this can reveal the true nature of the UFO phenomenon.'

en.wikipedia.org...

edit on 15-2-2011 by DesNukem because: Failed to close parenthesis in one sentence.

edit on 15-2-2011 by DesNukem because: Corrected formatting errors.




posted on Feb, 27 2011 @ 02:39 PM
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Originally posted by MainLineThis
I don't know how anyone could give the whole Dulce thing any real credit once they turn their brains on. On EVERY other "secret" base in America, you can VERY easily document massive amount of supplies being brought in, air traffic, construction equipment, etc. But for some reason, not here.


The roads built onto the Archuletta Mesa by the cover of a Lumber company has been well known before this book and was covered in this book, on top of that Paul Bennewitz observed construction of the Dulce base in the 1970s.


“The key to this whole thing is the town of Lumberton. The town of Lumberton, it
appears, has existed for probably around 100 years. The name implies that it
had something to do with lumber. Many people, I am sure, have dug into this. In
1945, I am sure that Los Alamos (which was planning to dump some nuclear
waste, etc. into Archuleta areas, using the then existing mining tunnels) had
something to do with creating several roads on the east side of Archuleta Mesa.
I drove on County Rd. 357 a few years ago with the son of the late Raleigh Tafoya
(Dulce police chief before Hoy Velarde). His name was Arden Tafoya (he now
works at Medical Emergency Building in Dulce). Arden showed me how to see
the Eastern Slope of Archuleta Mesa. He and I drove on County Rd. 357 from
Lumberton and went towards Edith, passing the Colorado state line. We looked
at the Eastern Slope of Archuleta Mesa.
… The community of Lumberton, I am sure, has played a role in the whole
Archuleta Mesa controversy. 1945, 1946, 1947 … these were the years when lots
seem to have happened in the Lumberton area, especially about creation of
several roads.”



Originally posted by DesNukem
At one point, Colonel X describes the abduction of Myrna Hansen in 1980. If we compare his account with that on a website describing the incident, there are precise similarities in the wording.]

Colonel X: 'She described being dragged out of the area she had found, with both her and her son later being subjected through a painful process involving loud noises and very bright strobe lights, before they were taken back aboard a UFO and flown back to the very site where the abduction occurred.' (p.94)

Website: 'Hansen was dragged out of that area and she and her son were put through a painful process involving loud noises and blinding lights before they were taken back aboard the UFO and flown (with her car aboard too ) back to the site of the abduction.'

thenightsky.org...

[Could the Colonel have viewed this website and remembered the account word for word or, more likely, did Sanchez simply fail to disguise this source sufficiently while fabricating the interview?


I really enjoyed this post because it was just the other day when I realized the same thing - Colonel X's account of the Myrna Hansen story mimics the website you brought up. The stories are exactly the same and the Colonel brings no new information to it. I was thinking, "maybe the colonel just knows these facts" but you are right, Sanchez sounds like he is making this up.

My conclusion has changed from a month or two ago. Maybe Sanchez had some information from a real Dulce Colonel, maybe the lie dectectors and documents are correct. But the whole story about the Native Americans in the base and discovering it was disinformation. The disinformation is for the reason to keep people from thinking that the government had a pact with these aliens. So basically this is a confirmation of the classified event that occured at Dulce in 1979, covered in a large cloud of disinformation. On a counter investigation by Paul Bennewitz around 1979 reveals that Paul could have possibly known about altercations that happened at Dulce in 1979.


Cross correlation and matching by triangulation, etc., to official NASA CIR [color infrared] high resolution films confirmed base locations and resulted in revealing US Military involvement yielding precise coordinates and the US base layout.



Established constant direct communications with the alien using a computer and a form of hex decimal code with graphics and print-out. This communication was instigated apparently after the US base was vacated.



posted on Feb, 27 2011 @ 05:40 PM
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I find it extremely hard to believe that a "secret base" is under Dulce, NM. Such a base would require huge amounts of supplies each week to operate and the tractor-trailers would easily be spotted. The whole story reads like bad 1990s science fiction with a dash of the "nightmare" side of Ufology.



posted on Feb, 27 2011 @ 05:52 PM
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Originally posted by Turiddu
I find it extremely hard to believe that a "secret base" is under Dulce, NM. Such a base would require huge amounts of supplies each week to operate and the tractor-trailers would easily be spotted.


Dulce proponents claim there's a worldwide underground railroad network which carries supplies into the base.



The whole story reads like bad 1990s science fiction with a dash of the "nightmare" side of Ufology.


Yes it certainly does.



posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 05:14 AM
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Dulce proponents claim there's a worldwide underground railroad network which carries supplies into the base.
And Turiddu would know this if he'd taken more than two seconds to read about the Dulce issue before posting on this thread.

Excellent review, Violator1. I'm excited to read the book, though I guess I'm a little late!
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posted on May, 10 2011 @ 01:17 AM
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I read the book, and despite what some think, I say it is one hell of a interesting story and delivers. Yeah I was pretty pissed about the numerous grammatical errors, but eventually I learned what happened. Sanchez says that the eBook that was released was a rough-cut manuscript which never made it to a Proof Editor. He says that in October he was divorcing or something to that effect, which derailed his book efforts. When he announced that he was abandoning the book, he says Bill Ryan of Project Camelot and Norio Hayakawa in addition to others told him to release it immediately via Amazon as an eBook. And that's why it is what it is...

To this date there has still never been a printed published version of the book. From what I know the eBook has been wildly successful. But as for the Colonel's interview with Sanchez, I seriously say it's authentic. There is so much sensitive data in it, and Sanchez seems to have verified all the data he extracted from the interview with footnotes, etc.

I don't know... It just comes off as a genuine interview from a man who went through a lot to get it. And with Norio being involved and so supportive, it just makes me feel much more stronger about it.

I recommended it to several friends from my MUFON group, and they all agree with me. It seems very real.



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 01:35 AM
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After reading this thread it's like a 50/50 split on Dulce being a complete farce or it being fact. As for me, I do think something is there that is paranormal.

But I have to say... your last 2 sentences kind of put a bitter taste in my mouth.

They indicate that you are indeed Christian ... which means you believe in Christ as your savior... and God .. and the bible for that matter.

I understand your need to justify your beliefs in the event of facts that contradict the bible.

Easy solution: call the "Aliens" "Fallen Angels"

I don't think you can get off that easy... there are too many complex questions and realities that don't add up.

Don't mistake me.... I do think the "Aliens" have been here all along in one form or another... I just can't swallow the whole Revelations book and so on...

I do respect your opinion though.

Peace.
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posted on May, 10 2011 @ 01:40 AM
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Phil Schneider "credible" ???

That made me laugh very loud, thanks for that.

Schneider was the worst sort of conman, terrible childish story taken
from UFO and science fiction books and then applied to himself.

Someone needs to explain what EG&G, a company that makes
electronic instrumentation, needed with a "geologist" and why he
was the only person EVER to claim a "rhyolite" clearance (a common
geologic term)...

His story was so ridiculously childish that no real UFO researcher took
him seriously.

People like Schneider, Adair, Pete Peterson, Alex Collier are just playing
to a credulous audience that will suck up any nitwit story and believe it.

This book falls into that same category.

UFOs might be anything, I do not discount the possibilities but to think
that an "alien" conspiracy is occurring because some fool writes a story
with no evidence to support it is not very intelligent.

I need to get busy and write a $19.99 e-book all about my trip to the
Martian Sphinx...



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 02:08 AM
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Is this still not available in actual paperback / hardback yet? Its still kindle only? I only read actually hand held books, I do not do the kindle/ebook thing so was curious.



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 02:11 AM
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Originally posted by Kemal
$ 19,99 for something he might have made up in order to not have to work as hard as we do for a living?


Yeah, but you could say that about almost any Ufology/UFO/ET book out there. The whole Dulce controversy ties into that lore.



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 02:11 AM
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Originally posted by zorgon
Psssttt making threads to sell books is a no no. But I recall seeing a free DPF offered somewhere from the authors website... have to find that linky


www.2shared.com...

Sshhh



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 12:14 PM
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A "worldwide tunnel system" that is not only silly but has ZERO evidence to support it.



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 05:34 PM
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Originally posted by Turiddu
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A "worldwide tunnel system" that is not only silly but has ZERO evidence to support it.


Zero evidence huh? lol
You better look a little harder.



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 07:26 PM
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Show me what to look at to prove the existence of a worldwide underground network of high-speed tunnels that link important government installations I eagerly await your evidence.



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 03:35 AM
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Originally posted by Turiddu
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Show me what to look at to prove the existence of a worldwide underground network of high-speed tunnels that link important government installations I eagerly await your evidence.
I think there are a few maps floating around showing the supposed interlinking tunnels to various Deep Underground Military Bases however, you are correct - I don't recall any one of these maps being confirmed as the real deal. All we have to go on is the possibility that (taking into account where these bases are in various countries) there could be tunnels linking them together. It would be interesting if there was some real research done and a tunnel found because that would be proof enough to the skeptics that there are things going on underground that our governments are too scared to show us.



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 04:20 PM
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Originally posted by ProfessorT

Originally posted by Turiddu
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Show me what to look at to prove the existence of a worldwide underground network of high-speed tunnels that link important government installations I eagerly await your evidence.
I think there are a few maps floating around showing the supposed interlinking tunnels to various Deep Underground Military Bases however, you are correct - I don't recall any one of these maps being confirmed as the real deal. All we have to go on is the possibility that (taking into account where these bases are in various countries) there could be tunnels linking them together. It would be interesting if there was some real research done and a tunnel found because that would be proof enough to the skeptics that there are things going on underground that our governments are too scared to show us.


What a joke of a thread and of your reply. There are a ton of similar topics all over the web and not one, NOT ONE, can prove any of the allegations and NOT ONE can provide any evidence. This thread belongs in Urban Legends. Maps! That is a whopper! "Supposed", "All we have to go on is the possibility...", "...could be...", "...our governments are too scared to show us." Your words speak for themselves. No evidence, lots of bs.



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 04:43 PM
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Originally posted by Turiddu
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Show me what to look at to prove the existence of a worldwide underground network of high-speed tunnels that link important government installations I eagerly await your evidence.


Proponents of world wide tunnels never address a basic issue:

The amount earth/rock that would have been removed to make the tunnels
and where was all this material disposed of ?

If this monumental engineering project occurred we should have tremendous
amounts of earth/rock piled all across the globe.

Mines that only go a relatively short distance into the bedrock produce so
much waste that they are clearly visible in satellite images, a world wide
tunnel system would make the largest mines look like a kid's sandbox.

And why isn't the mineral market flooded with all the crap they are digging up ?

Oh, wait, I figured it out !!

It's all done with supersecret alien tech that doesn't create any waste material !!!



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 05:28 PM
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"What a joke of a thread and of your reply."

If you think the thread is a joke why post and reply? Stupidity at its best.

"There are a ton of similar topics all over the web and not one, NOT ONE, can prove any of the allegations and NOT ONE can provide any evidence."

This is exactly what I hinted at in my reply. I said "I think" there may be a few maps floating around not that 'there is'.

"This thread belongs in Urban Legends. Maps! That is a whopper! "Supposed", "All we have to go on is the possibility...", "...could be...", "...our governments are too scared to show us." Your words speak for themselves. No evidence, lots of bs."

I suggest you re-read my post instead of getting your knickers in a twist. I used words such as "supposed" and "could be" because I'm a skeptic too. I like to see things from different perspectives and don't like to say 'there is" when I have no facts to back my claims up.

Well done for saying there was "no evidence" you must be a brain surgeon? On the other hand for you to say my post was "bs" was slightly retarded.
edit on 11-5-2011 by ProfessorT because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 10:56 PM
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Originally posted by ProfessorT
(snip)because I'm a skeptic too. I like to see things from different perspectives and don't like to say 'there is" when I have no facts to back my claims up.
(snip)


The one statement that always makes me laugh is when a believer, yes a believer, states that he is a skeptic yet a real skeptic would never support a thread about a highly questionable subject but would deride it, as I have.



posted on May, 12 2011 @ 11:17 PM
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No it is true. my roomate's father worked on them all over and in the Middle East .

he also worked Area 51 he is now deceased. my roomy and I talk about this all the time

The D.U.M.B. network is real




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