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Oregon's Strange Metal Boxes: Local Radio Host 'Investigates'.

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posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 03:42 AM

Originally posted by Xoanon

So this has just about maxed out my silly quotient for the day, thanks for coming by to see, your comments are appreciated.

edit on 18-2-2012 by Xoanon because:

oh no no no, your not done here, you people (op included) seem to have failed to notice that the radioshow did TWO broadcasts on this topic, and the second one yielded even more strange dare i say far fetched information

supposed scientist calls the show and says he knows what is in the boxes and where they came from, claims it is a manufactured virus which is far far more dangerous then anthrax, and it comes from a european country

the 'scientist' remains annonymous to the listeners however near end of the show he gives out his email address, the host of the show says he does know the mans identity and has confirmed his credentials as well as the company he works for.

thank you for alerting me that an 'artist' claims to have one of these boxes and will be putting it up for exhibit in about 25 days, i WILL be attending, maybe we should take bets?

i bet the box will not be the same one as those in the photo's not even 5 feet by 5 feet as reported, also i bet he will not allow me to pull out my camera and get photos/film of it,

another bet is if he does have one of them maybe he will "loose" it before the exhibit

btw i was the one to upload these recordings
as well i DID drive down to check out these boxes myself on the 13th, the boxes were not there, according to the radio show and it's witnesses they'd been removed the day before however i did get some photos of stonefield beach which IS easily accessible with a vehicle, hell i coulda drove my two wheel drive car onto it,

i also got video and photos of brays point which was not accessible with a vehicle

here is a picture of the area i covered searching was from the south end of stonefield beach to the north end of brays point, i walked to and from the two placemarks in this map screenshot of google earth

center of stonefield beach facing south >

center of stonefield beach facing north >

south end of stonefield beach facing north >

north end of stonefield facing south >

edit on 2/19/12 by pryingopen3rdeye because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 03:58 AM
It does appear as though this thread has brought forth a couple new images, albeit very small ones. And some new (to me) information concerning this artist "D'Alisandro" who evidently claims to have one of the boxes...
This is the first mention of this that I've heard, and it also comes from an article from Huliq..

I'm gonna stick by my previous statements that this is a hoax.

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 04:14 AM
I,too,figure this is most likely just a hoax. However,I haven't seen anyone make a connection to this scene from the movie "2001 Space Odyssey". It's probably nothing. Small coincidence,if anything, Not of much interest to me personally,but it might be something to ponder,if anyone is interested.
(Kubrick's movies always inspire creative analysis!)

About 2:28 you see the big black box on the beach.

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 11:17 AM
someone made a crack about that lol..
Something about if we ever find it, we should gather round it in a circle and beat it with sticks and bones..

posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 12:45 PM

north end of stonefield facing south >

Is that a 4m high Italian I can see in the distance standing on those rocks? ;p

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 05:12 AM
reply to post by pryingopen3rdeye

way to go, Prying! that's doing it right! if only i could give you more stars...
very very curious about this art show business
and greatly relieved to find out we will have someone on the ground when it goes off
as it were.

also does anyone have any idea how mayans crept into this?
everything the... err... artist... says seems to really revolve around them
the way he talks it's as if it's an obvious connection to make
i'm starting to wonder if i have missed more of this than i thought...

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 09:11 AM
reply to post by decepticonLaura

mayans realy have nothing to do with any of this at all, that 'artist' is the only one to draw such a connection

btw i have found a local newspaper which covered this whole story, like all other sources they got all their info from dave masko, figures right, anyhow at least this paper actualy spoke to masko and corroborates mr maskos credentials, otherwise the paper has no new info, i can link you to the article at but the problem is they force you to pay them money in order to access it.

so i went out and paid 75 cents for a physical copy of this issue instead, my scanner is offline atm so i took a photo of it, let me know if it is readable

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posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 10:13 AM
reply to post by Xoanon

I am just guessing here but if the boxes had a decent mass to them, I wouldn't believe that a 4X4 truck could move them in the sand.....Did anyone think about the location of these??

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 01:34 PM
reply to post by pryingopen3rdeye

Thank you,

You are awesome for running this all down for us. It is great to have a member right there.

Do you think you could get some photos from the 'art show' when it happens? That might be hilarious.

I am actually totally leaning towards the dock float theory at the moment and it would be great to see what this artist comes up with.

Thanks again for making this that much more fun and interesting.


posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 01:47 PM
I misspelled the artist's name in my post above. It's “D'Alessandro".

I did a quick google search and haven't found any other references to an artist by this name, in this area.. But I'm going to keep looking.

Anyone else want to see if they can ind any of his artwork?

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 01:48 PM
Ack. never mind. I posted erronneous info.

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posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 01:59 PM
Yet again... there is no more a perfect symbolic and metaphorical paralell in all this.. What drives mankind absolutely crazy...

Is a mysterious box.. he cant open...

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 02:02 PM

Originally posted by Huggiesunrise
Yet again... there is no more a perfect symbolic and metaphorical paralell in all this.. What drives mankind absolutely crazy...

Is a mysterious box.. he cant open...

... that isn't there...

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 02:03 PM
reply to post by Xoanon

Please read the other threads on this story. I'm 99.9 percent sure Dave
Masko is a liar.

More than one person tried to contact Dr Bill Hanshumaker a week ago
but no replies. Linda moulton Howe did manage to contact him and he said
he hadn't seen any boxes, so how can he have been studying them for two weeks?

This story is going round and round and becoming in some peoples
eyes more legitimate the more it's repeated. I'm sure Dave Masko is etstatic.

posted on Feb, 20 2012 @ 02:10 PM
I see that Masko says "It's just about some junk on the beach" in the last line of
the article that prying3rdeyeopen provided. So is he admitting it was junk all along? I wonder
who could have given people the impression in was 'mysterious' and Ufo related eh Dave?

posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 09:00 PM
reply to post by DISINFORMANT

the 42nd annual yachats arts and crafts show was yesterday and today, i attended,

mr d ' alassandro WAS NOT THERE!!!

i spoke to the coordinater of the event and she told me she does recognize his name from prior years but had not heard any info of his attendance for this year, i even used my smartphone to show here the huliq article which had qouted the artist as saying he would be there, all she had to say was it was strange because he never mentioned to her or anyone she was aware of any attendance plans, i asked many of the other booths there and none of them had heard of him, only the coordinater vaguely recognized his name from prior years.

so there you have it, the one guy who claimed to have a box and claimed he was going to put it up for display at an art show.. did not show up....

btw to quell the "you lier u didnt attend" people, i recorded my conversation with the coordinator on a tape recorder.

maybe the guy didnt attend cause he lied about having a box, maybe it was something that kept him away, maybe the goverment has him in one of their own Boxes. who knows,

when you investigate a mystery and you are consantly met with another mystery, it affirms to me that something is amiss
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edit on 3/18/12 by pryingopen3rdeye because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 09:14 AM
reply to post by pryingopen3rdeye

Thanks, fellow Oregonian for following up on this! I suspected the art show would fail to produce one of these boxes. More so, I suspected, and still do somewhat, that this D'Allisandro character doesn't even really exist, and that he and his claim to have a box were simply fabricated.

I'm thinking about looking up Mr. Masko next time I head to the coast to see if he'll do an interview. But I have my doubts.

posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 12:12 PM
I do not understand why people are giving the OP such a hard time. I would highly recommend clicking listening to the radio show linked in the OP and giving it a listen.

1. The Radio host also believe the Dave guy is hoaxing...but

2. There are reports from locals that the boxes are real

3. There are reports that these boxes are wielded shut and making a beeping noise

4. The area to get to these boxes is very tough to get to

5. Possible Military activity in area

6. They believe the UFO connection is nothing more than complete disinfo

7. Agencies who would know about this issue are refusing to speak or claiming they can not comment.

It all adds up to some interesting scenarios. They host speculate that perhaps something is being smuggled in. They explain the radiation detection in place in the area and many other things. Again, before attacking the OP some of you may really want to listen to to the radio show linked in the OP. This is actually VERY interesting. I know my curiosity has been peaked.

posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 12:16 PM
reply to post by pryingopen3rdeye

I didnt know there was a second show on the topic. I'm listening now. Thanks for the link

posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 04:57 PM
reply to post by MrWendal

I've been following this story closely since it first broke, and it's been nothing but people speculating in order to justify any possibility that it could be anything but a hoax.

The only four people who's full names have been mentioned throughout this whole thing are Dave Masko, Clyde Davis, Bill Hanshumaker and Leo D'Alessandro. Dave masko is the original hoaxer and he's repeatedly been unavailable for comment, and when he was interviewed by a local paper, he referred to the "boxes" as "some junk on the beach"..

Clyde Davis is the radio host who chose to further this story, and did offer some hope when he announced he'd be travelling to stonefield beach to investigate. What his "investigation" turned up were claims that he couldn't reach the beach, pictures of him on the beach, and "testimony" from more first-name-only "locals residents" who apparently hadn't seen anything either.. and some "possible military involvement" which consisted of some flatbed trucks carrying metal boxes, spotted over a hundred miles away from the scene.

Bill Hanshumaker, who supposedly had been studying these boxes for two weeks before the story broke, upon being contacted independently, claimed that he'd never seen said boxes, nor had a team investigating them.

Leo D'Alessandro Claimed to have a box in his possession and that it would be part of his display at the local art show. The art show came and went, and we had an ATS member in attendence, but guess who wasn't!

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